Sam began making people laugh around the age of twelve, as he began to discover his knack for impersonating some of his friends. This led to an interest in studying the voices of singers, celebrities and cartoons, not to mention various sound effects. Sam was a little shy when it came to performing in front of others, but his dad tried to break him of this fear by having him perform his many voices... at the Waffle House.
A typical show Sam Beman comedy show includes: improv games with the audience, character impersonations, traditional jokes, stories and musical parodies. In addition to comedy, Sam also enjoys sharing his testimony about how Christ transformed his heart as well as his battle with stage four cancer.
Sam began his training in 2007 through AMTC (Actors Models Talent Competition). From there he went to attend workshops at the Christian Comedy Association conferences. These classes are taught by the top christian comedians in the country, including: Bob Smiley, Gordon Douglas, Marty Simpson, Michael Jr., Jason Earls and Kenn Kington.
This video features various comedy clips which include: impersonations, music, improv and a brief look at Sam Beman's testimony.
Comedian Sam Beman, brings his brand of clean humor to the stage, along with volunteers from the audience. The results? Lots of laughs! This video features some highlights from previous comedy shows.
Sam shares about his role as a stepfather, what children say and how awesome his wife is!
What would presidents of the past and present say about the state of the economy?
Comedian Sam Beman wonders what it would be like, if other celebrities and characters tried to sing "Why Don't You Slap My Face?" by Michael Jackson.
Comedian Sam Beman shares part of his cancer journey through comedy, from several different venues where he performed. Stick around for the bonus footage at the end.
Each week No Shame Theater gives local artists the opportunity to share original creativity... so I shared a comedic parody song that I wrote of Brandon Heath's "Give me your eyes", called, "Don't give me your lice."
One day Sam noticed that Michael yells a lot in his song, so he wondered if someone were tickling him during the recording sessions. Also "What if Elvis Presley and Willie Nelson sang everywhere?" And if you look close enough you'll see Sam being critiqued by Tim Hawkins hosted by Anita Renfroe.
Sam explores the idea of what it would be like if a TV Evangelist lost his job.
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Columbus, Georgia, United States
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment