|What if Stand Up Comedy and Tourette Syndrome met face to face?
Meet 22 year old Samuel Comroe, a young brave comedian who shares
his trials and tribulations about living with Tourette Syndrome and turns
them into an unforgettable Stand Up comedy set. Funny, energetic and vibrant. He was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley otherwise know as the Greater Los Angeles area. Being the fifth child of seven, and diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome at an early age, he has never taken himself too seriously. He began developing his stand-up career as early as his junior year at Canoga Park High School, performing in the school auditorium during lunch, where his high-energy, and relatable material always brought in the crowds. Today he continues to bring his energy and talent to the world of stand-up comedy, creating material from his every-day observations, relations, and life in general. His comedic inspirations include, Robin Williams, Steve Martin, George Carlin, Daniel Tosh, Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, Kyle Cease, and many more.
Although he is still very young, at 22 he has already made giant steps in his career and has had some notable achievements. He has won the Ice House Comedy Contest two years in a row, 2008 & 2009. He´s also been seen in the Detroit Comedy Festival, and performing onstage with Brad Williams, Christopher Titus and more. He also won the L.A´s Funniest Comic Contest 2009. Stay Tuned, you´ll bee seeing a lot more of Samuel J Comroe.
This is Sam´s first DVD and it is a compilation of a few of his earliest sets taped all before the age of 21. View his sets live from the Ice House in Pasadena and from the University of Laverne. Enjoy the Laughs!