Sam Clark is a comedian, writer, and actor from Denver, Colorado. He wrote for Netflix’s upcoming comedy magic show “Magic for Humans” with Justin Willman, worked as writer’s assistant for Comedy Central’s “Problematic with Moshe Kasher,” wrote for the CBS Diversity Showcase, and has independently produced viral videos for Funny Or Die, the YouTube comedy news show On Harvard Time, and others. Sam is currently developing a semi-scripted show with POLITICO about a fictional city council election in the age of Trump, loosely based on his experience running for President of Harvard’s Student Council as a joke, accidentally winning by a lot, and then resigning.
Sam’s videos have millions of views, and have been featured in TIME, USA Today, Forbes, HuffPo, Gawker, Business Insider, College Humor, Buzzfeed, and more. Sam also performs standup all over Los Angeles, tours colleges, and produces the monthly “Funny as F*ck” comedy show at the Rose Room in Venice. Outside of comedy, Sam is somehow the Global Head of Video Production for the New Zealand-based education company Crimson Education, and he teaches martial arts to kids. He’s a third degree black belt in Taekwondo, and sometimes does drag.