Stephen K. Amos! 


Supremely warm and wickedly funny and with an ability to charm, Stephen K Amos has entertained audiences all over the world with his natural, assured delivery and his honest, original material.  An almost child-like joy and exuberance surrounds him as he finds the funny in some most unexpected places.

A gifted actor, Stephen has impressed audiences and critics with his performances on stage and screen and has proved not only a gift for comedy but also for more serious roles. Comfortable as a performer, presenter, actor and guest he is likely to retain his position as one of the nation's favourite comedians for a long time to come.

His debut DVD 'Find the Funny' was released in 2009. His own TV series 'The Stephen K Amos Show' aired on BBC2 in 2010 and he was on the road in 2011 with his 'The Best Medicine' UK tour. His second DVD 'The FeelGood Factor' was released in 2010. 

In 2012 his autobiography "I used to tell people my mother was Shirley Bassey", was published.  It gives an hilarious account of growing up in South London in the 70s and 80s. 

Aside from being one of the nation's favourite comedians, appearing on have I Got News for You, Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo, Stephen is a prolific writer and performer, releasing a new show every year and performing all over the world at festivals.


Some of the TV and radio shows he has appeared in include: 

Have I Got News for You (BBC 1)

Live at the Apollo (BBC 1)

BBC Sports Relief (BBC 1)

The Great British Bake Off (BBC 2)

Mock the Week (BBC 2)

Mastermind - Children in Need edition (BBC 2)

Snuff Box (BBC 3)

The Wright Stuff (Channel 5)

And Then You Die (Dave)

Batty Man documentary (Channel 4)

Penis Envy documentary (Virgin1)

The Odd Half Hour (Radio 4)

Life: An Idiot's Guide (Radio 4)

The Jon Richardson Show (BBC 6 Music)

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