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Sam Clark is a comedian, writer & filmmaker from Denver, Colorado. His debut stand-up comedy album "Sam Clark: Built For Math"recently dropped as the #1 Comedy Album in the world on iTunes (take that, Weird Al!). "Built For Math" was taped live at the Denver Jewish Community Center in front of 350 fellow Coloradan Jews (and presumably some gentiles), and was released as a hit special on YouTube before its #1 iTunes release. Sam was a featured comedian on Amazon Prime’s LAUGH AFTER DARK, he wrote for Netflix’s MAGIC FOR HUMANS, Comedy Central's PROBLEMATIC and the CBS Diversity Showcase, and he recently sold his first original TV show to the SyFy Channel. He has directed, produced, and starred in viral videos with over 55 Million YouTube views, featured in TIME, USA Today, Forbes, Business Insider, HuffPo, Buzzfeed and more. He’s produced videos and campaigns for ATTN:, TikTokForGood, Snapchat, HLN, HumorTV, Harvard CS50, Offbeat Media, Hopper, the AI Foundation, the Untitled Musical Project, and more, and he built the YouTube channel Crimson Education from the ground up to 225,000 subscribers. Sam was featured as a “Filmmaker Making a Social Impact” by Authority Magazine for his work at Crimson, where he oversaw production of over 500 docu-style educational videos, filmed at college campuses all over the world.


Sam's debut film FAIRVIEW screened at 32 film festivals, won 19 awards, and was reviewed by Film Daily Magazine as "the political satire we need." FAIRVIEW is a semi-scripted mockumentary about a small-town City Council election in a purple district in Colorado, filmed with real focus groups of real voters, loosely inspired by Sam's experience running for President of Harvard’s Student Council as a joke, accidentally winning by a lot, and then resigning. (Learn more at the very real campaign website As a comedian, Sam has been featured in the Laugh Factory's "Fresh Faces," SF Sketchfest, the San Francisco Comedy Competition, the Cleveland Comedy Festival, the Devil Cup, the LA Comedy Festival, and more. His live-streamed fundraiser variety shows during the quarantined months of the COVID-19 pandemic were featured in Rolling Stone, CNN, and Forbes, and raised over $140,000 for organizations like the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund and Feeding America. Sam regularly hosts the Time Out NY-featured show HOT SETS (6 comics perform, 1 has to eat a habanero pepper first), which made its SF Sketchfest debut in February. His debut musical, "Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins: An Unauthorized Parody Musical," cowritten with Gus Mayopoulos and Richard Rodgers Award Winner Dylan MarcAurele, was featured as one of "the best Hanukkah events in NYC" by Time Out NY and reviewed by Broadway World as "hilarious & irreverent."


Sam is a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo. He occasionally does drag and teaches children Taekwondo (not at the same time). He doesn't have an agent or manager right now, so if you're an agent or manager thinking of representing him, he'd love to hear from you. He lives in New York, but he'll definitely come to your city to do comedy if you pay him enough.

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