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Sam works fulltime reading to puppies and providing collars and dog food for orphans, but still finds the time to produce comedy shorts in his spare time.
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Biography: Sam was raised by fundamentalist Quakers on a Survivalist ranch is the North of Kent, UK. An extract from Sam's autobiography, "The Hard Road: Coping with Greatness":

On His Upbringing:

The Quakers were harsh and strict imposing their doctrine on everyone in the compund with an iron fist. We were forced to believe in the One True Quaker God, unless we didn't want to, or had other beliefs. No-one was allowed to leave unless they asked to or just walked out. Daily Prayer was mandatory unless you had something else you wanted to do. I remember one boy said he disagreed with the teachings of the Holy text (A huge, dusty tome with a simple message: "Hey, why don't you try not being a prick for 5 seconds?"), he was dealt with swiftly and brutally: talking, listening, understanding and compromise...

...And the jumble sales. So many jumble sales.

On Comedy:

I've always thought of Comedy - with a capital "C" - as the truest form of Art. Nothing else captures the enduring human spirit like a joke about how dogs don't like cats, or how black people are different from white people. Comedy teaches us about ourselves just as it teaches us about the world around us... Do I think of myself as an Genius and a Hero? That's for you to decide, dear reader. But also, Yes.

At the age of ten Sam showed great promise in the field of comedy and drama.
He wrote and performed a play for the Christmas fair called: "An Extraordinary Boy". It ended up being a one-man show as the rest of the cast abandoned the project, citing "creative differences" and that the young prodigy was "Megalomaniacal". Strong words from a ten year old who can't even remember his lines. It became clear from that point on that the world was going to have to adjust itself to a new way of thinking in order to make room for, what some say, is the coming of the prophesised "Saviour Of Comedy".

So with all that in mind, prepare yourselves for some self-indulgient, but mercifully brief, Comedy Shorts.