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Sean Sellers

Stand-up, Improviser, Actor, Director

American-born stand up comedian, actor, improviser, and theatre director, Sean Sellers shares his name with far more people than he thinks he should, including an infamous Satanist–turned–Christian double–murderer and the progressive Christian Rock band named after him.

Sean Sellers started doing improvisational, physical, and sketch-based comedy in the early 1990s training with the likes of the San Francisco Mime Troupe. In the mid 90s, he co-founded the Citizens' Theatre Experiment and served as its first artistic director. He has since relocated to the United Kingdom, where he continues as a comedian and actor.

His material is a high-energy blend of pop culture references, social satire, and current affairs made possible from endless years spent devouring music, politics, television, and film on both sides of the Atlantic.

A 2016 Amused Moose Laugh Off Semi-Finalist, Sean has performed across the country since joining the UK comedy circuit, performing for mostly London audiences with Crack Comedy, Backyard Comedy Club, Out of Bounds, Laughing Horse, Soho Comedy, Folkestone Comedy Club, Covent Garden Comedy Club, and Hideaway Live among others.

“A very distinctive figure: A camp, intense American in an untied cravat and with a thick mop of hair that had such a mind of its own it deserves its own agent. He speaks in short, sharp sentences as he agitatedly expresses his hefty catalogue of peeves.

His angsty, agitated style…makes him very watchable” — Steve Bennett, Chortle
“Clever humour...One to watch!” — Trevor Jones, House of Stand Up
“[With] a short routine about his style of fashion, he received his first (of two) applause breaks…polished…enjoyable.” — Peter Fox, Nottingham Comedy Review