Stephen K Amos is a Stand-Up Comedian and Actor.
An expert at being himself, Stephen K Amos is supremely warm and wickedly funny with an ability to charm an audience right into the palm of his hand.
Stephen creates weird and wonderful connections within his audience who are drawn into his own personal world and thoughts brought to life by his chatty delivery, his ability to become the characters he’s talking about and his fantastic energy and warmth.
Stephen K Amos’ show is packed with well-observed material, performed hilariously.
His affection for the audience is the killer blow, culminating in an all-singing, all-dancing party to which everyone is invited.
Stephen has performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe every year since 2003, after making his debut in 2001.
A gifted actor, Amos has impressed critics with his performances on stage and screen and has proved he is one of the most unique comedy voices of his generation but demonstrated a penchant for drama roles.
He presented the critically acclaimed documentary Prejudice and Pride on BBC Four, with Susan Calman.
Stephen’s first book – I Used To Say My Mother Was Shirley Bassey – is a memoir of a lifetime of fitting in, standing out, and (almost) always laughing.
Stephen has had his own TV show on BBC Two – The Stephen K Amos Show and recorded his own radio series Life: An Idiots Guide for BBC Radio 4.
No stranger to the screen, Stephen has appeared on: QI, Have I Got News For You, Time Gentleman Please, Mob Rules, The Casting Couch, Good Stuff, The 100 Greatest Scary Moments, Elvis Has Left The Building, The BBC Stand Up Show, Live at The Apollo and Mock the Week.
Aside from being one of the nation’s favourite faces on the television, Stephen is a prolific writer and performer, releasing a new hour-long show every year and performing all over the world at festivals. He has performed in some of the UK’s most loved theatres and also appeared at the Royal Variety Show in 2007.