In his set, he explains why it’s actually a great time to be a guy: because the bar has never been lower.
He paid tribute to Kevin Barnett during his set, wearing a Bird Luger t-shirt. Barnett passed away unexpectedly while vacationing in Mexico this past January.
Morril is a late night show regular, most recently appearing on James Corden’s Late Late Show in December, and the Tonight Show earlier in the fall. He’s also performed on Adam Devine’s House Party, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. He’s also had stints on Last Comic Standing, America’s Got Talent, @midnight with Chris Hardwick, and Inside Amy Schumer. In 2015, Morril recorded his debut album, Class Act, with Comedy Central records, which went to #1 on iTunes and made numerous top 10 lists, and appeared on season four of Comedy Central’s The Half Hour. Morril was the host of his very own show on MSG called People Talking Sports, which ran for two seasons and received an Emmy® nomination. You can see Morril regularly at The Comedy Cellar in New York City and on the road everywhere.
Sam also put out his first hour special this year on Comedy Central, and it’s a phenomenal debut special. “Amy Schumer Presents Sam Morril: Positive Influence” is available on cc.com.
If you’re in NYC, Sam’s putting together a big benefit for the Educational Alliance Feb 25th at the Comedy Cellar with special guests like Jim Gaffigan, Ronny Chieng, Roy Wood Jr., Dan Soder, Joe Machi, and more surprise guests. Get tix here.