All The Vegas hosts Brock Radke and Mark Shunock talk with Tape Face, aka comic, author and artist Sam Wills.
Acclaimed New Zealand-born comic, author and artist Sam Wills developed a character called The Kid With Tape On His Face just to prove a point– that he might carry out without speaking and it would be good. “Then it spiraled out of control,” he says on the latest episode of the All The Vegas podcast. After evolving the show and changing the character’s name to Tape Face, he has explored worldwide, become a viral feeling thanks to an appearance on America’s Got Talent and is now performing six nights a week in his own room, your house of Tape, at Harrah’s Las Vegas. We also talk with Sam about his days in the U.K. as a street entertainer; choosing the ideal brand of tape that will not rip off excessive of one’s lips; pinching intoxicated people; why”Endless Love “is his “Stairs to Heaven”; composing classic comedy and handling audience volunteers who strip too much and ask to not be set on fire.
EPISODE 15: THE VEGAS YOU NEED
Sam has a favorite Shell station … no, wait … he advises the healthy, yummy Japanese fare at Osaka on West Sahara. Mark is getting into holiday mode thanks to a see to the Ethel M Chocolates Vacation Cactus Garden, which you can explore until January 6.
The food court is in session and Judge Brock is prepared to rule: Block 16 at the Cosmopolitan is delicious.