Sam Wills is a 32 year old professional New Zealand prop-comic currently residing in London. On stage he performs as "The Boy With Tape on his Face" or as one half of the two person act "Spitroast" or simply as Sam Wills.He performs regularly on the New Zealand Comedy Circuit, has featured in the New Zealand International Comedy Festivaland the World Buskers Festival.
Sam performed as the MC of the Late Club at the Auckland Festival in 2005 (AK05) and for First Night at the Aotea Centre. He has also performed at the World Buskers' Festival in 2004, 2005 and 2008.
He was a consistent performer on Pulp Comedy during its three seasons on TV2. He performed on the red carpet for the World Premier of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in Wellington.
He was the support act for David Strassman's 2003 tour of New Zealand.
He has also performed at private functions for the former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark and the King of Tonga George Tupou V.
In the UK he made an ITV appearance on Comedy Rocks hosted by Jason Manford (2011), and also appeared at the first ever BBC Comedy Prom at London's Royal Albert Hall on 13 August 2011 (broadcast on BBC 2 on 27 August 2011). On 5 December 2011 he performed at the 83rd annual Royal Variety Performance, alongside Tim Minchin and others.