Amos is known as ‘one of the most likeable figures in British Comedy.’

As part of Magners International Comedy Festival, Hollywood actor and comedian Tom Green will be making his Asia debut, hitting Bangkok on Apr 20.

It has now been announced that he'll be joined by ‘one of the most likeable figures in British Comedy’ (Radio Times), Stephen K. Amos, who is a regular figure at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has been a guest on high-profile TV panel shows like Q.I. and Have I Got News For You. His Channel 4 documentary on homophobia in the black community, Batty Man (2007), won a Royal Television Society Award and was nominated for a BAFTA.

Tom Green exploded on MTV in 1994 with the groundbreaking comedy show The Tom Green Show, which shocked viewers with controversial acts that made way for a generation of Jackass-esque humor. He's best known for his roles in Charlie’s Angels (2000) and cringe-comedy classics Freddy Got Fingered (2001) and Road Trip (2000).

More recently, he has hosted SNL, appeared on The Daily Show and toured the world as a stand-up comedian.

Assuming he’s not grown out of it, brace yourselves for some gross-out, cringe-worthy stand up (see clip below).

Apr 20, 8:30pm. Lancaster Bangkok, 1777 New Petchaburi Rd. Tickets from B1,500 on Ticketflap. 

 

 

 

Apr 20. Lancaster Bangkok, 1777 New Petchburi Rd., 02-262-8000. B1,500 GA/ B2,200 VIP via Ticketflap.