Sam is funnier than he looks. He got his start at Crackers Comedy Club almost ten years ago and has been featured on various radio shows, in comedy clubs and bars, and was an on-camera personality for the Big10 Network, but he spends most of his time playing to college campuses around the country.
When he's not in Austin, he is currently touring with his one-man comedy show "It's Pronounced Metrosexual." It's a college-focused comedy show with a message about snap judgments, identity, and oppression--funny stuff, right?
Sam performed his show at our school for freshman orientation and the students and staff loved him. He delivered on our expectations two-fold.
New C. o. F.
Retreat in Tampa, FL
Aug 15, 2011
Stand-Up Comedian, Comedian, Comedy Show
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Typical Gig: 5 - 120 minutes
Fee: $200 - $1500
Insurance: $2M - Full performer's insurance to cover incidental, terrorism, and workman's compensation.
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Sam is still in his mid-twenties, so just as easy for him to connect to young audiences as it is for him to make humor at young people's expense. He has played to crowds of all sizes, in venues of all types (from birthday parties in apartments to a father's day celebration in a laundry mat), so almost nothing is off limits. As long as he has a microphone, he's good to go.
He loves being hired to do the "comedy with a message" thing, and has done shows around many topics: stereotypes, networking, chasing your dreams, and more. His comedy is story-based, making it easy for audiences form a quick connection.