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Pulp Comedy - Series Six, Episode 11 (Sam Wills)

Television (Full Length Episode) – 2001

Of the four performers on this episode of Pulp Comedy, Sam Wills arguably makes the most lasting impression. His fast-talking magic show is a far cry from his mute act The Boy With Tape On His Face (aka Tape Face), which later became a sensation via TV's America’s Got Talent. Although his Pulp Comedy performance is a lot more vocal than the one that would make his reputation, his quirky use of props is  familiar. Elsewhere on the show Mike Loder has a dangerous encounter with a wētā, Vaughan King talks beds, and host Paul Ego gets in trouble trying to order a coffee.

They're not even called coffees anymore are they? They're just words with -ino and -atte on the end ... You've got your cappuccino of course, and your mochaccino, and your Al Pacino.
– Paul Ego

Key Cast & Crew

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Paul Ego

Performer , Presenter

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Sam Wills


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Mandy Toogood

Producer, Director

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Simon Sinclair


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Alan Burrows

Lighting Director

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Simon Elson

Set Design

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Produced by

Phoenix Television