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    Sam Morrison recently moved to Los Angeles after coming up in the Brooklyn comedy scene. In 2023, he was named a New Face at the Just for Laughs Festival, made his television debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers, performed on Comedy Central, and his solo show Sugar Daddy played Off Broadway for 14 weeks receiving Outer Critics Circle & Off Broadway Alliance nominations.


    He is performing in the Netflix is a Joke Festival in May 2024, has performed in the New York Comedy Festival 5x, being selected for Best of New Talent in 2019 and headlining in 2023. He is a regular at the Comedy Cellar among other clubs. He is also a Stand Up NBC Finalist, has performed on The Drew Barrymore Show, appeared on Watch What Happens Live, Howard Stern, Tamron Hall, and was a staff writer on S1 of Bravo's Blind Date.

  • Critical Acclaim for Sugar Daddy

    A 6 week original run at Soho Playhouse in early 2023 preceded 3 encore engagements, Outer Critics Circle & Off Broadway Alliance nominations, and two sold out runs in London.

    As theater prepares to rumble into its Tony season full-gear, Morrison’s is the best new show in New York right now: a whip-crack 65 minutes, beautifully told, sharp, moving, and truly laugh-out-loud, doubled-up, head-thrown-back funny.

    The Daily Beast

    A wonderfully intimate offering that stints neither on big laughs, nor on honesty…Sam Morrison’s superb show about his partner’s death proves grief is not beyond comedy’s reach.

    The Guardian

    Nothing I can write will truly describe the brilliance of this stand-up show. There simply isn't enough hyperbole.

    Broadway World

    Quick-witted and charismatic...the grief comes out in laughs. Sam Morrison confronts overwhelming loss with punch lines and panache.

    New York Times

    Unapologetically queer, filled with love and hilariously funny...one of the most powerful and fearless hours of comedy you’ll see.

    Broadway Baby

    His openness and wit…ultimately his catharsis and the audience’s laughter draw everyone together in tragedy and comedy’s borderland.

    New Yorker

    If grief were a crystal, Morrison lifts it to the light and magnifies a whole different perspective on it with his rib-tickling anecdotes. It’s dark, moving, and just quite hilarious.

    Voice Magazine

    While audiences regularly double over with laughter throughout Sugar Daddy, they're equally likely to bow their heads with tears.


    Brilliantly interweaves moments of full body laughter, deep poignancy and, ultimately, the triumph of life.

    Hey Alma

    An irresistibly lovable exploration of love and loss. Morrison is a storyteller and craftsman.


  • Media

    Late Night TV Debut

    Comedy Central

    The Drew Barrymore Show




    Management: AGI

    Agency: IAG

    International: MPW

    College Market: Degy