Sam Lake



Sam Lake is a versatile entertainer, encompassing the roles of a stand-up comedian, writer, and presenter. With candor and humor, Sam shares his personal journey as a semi-camp gay man, transitioning from a small mining village to a bustling metropolis and eventually finding happiness in marriage.

Sam's achievements are impressive, including winning the titles of Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year 2018 and Hastings Fringe Newcomer of the Year 2018. He has also graced screens with appearances in Dave's "The Comedy Guide to Life" and All4's "The Joy of Missing Out" alongside Tom Allen. His writing talents have been showcased on shows like NewsJack and Mock The Week.

In 2020, Sam was set to debut his solo-standup show, 'Cake,' but the pandemic delayed its premiere. Nevertheless, he gave a triumphant performance of 'Cake' as part of The Pleasance's Edinburgh Fringe Preview Season in 2021, drawing sold-out crowds, and continues to tour it across the country.

Sam is not only a comedic talent but also a co-founder of the comedy night 'Joy Multiplication,' which made waves both live and online in 2020. Additionally, he created and hosted the inaugural series of his podcast, 'I’ve Had a Rosé, Let’s Talk About Feelings,' featuring insightful interviews with top comedians and content creators exploring their emotional journeys.

Sam Lake's comedic talent and creative contributions extend beyond the stage and screen, making him a multifaceted talent in the entertainment industry.

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