Why See Tape Face?
As Seen on America's Got Talent
After making waves in the UK and his native New Zealand, Tape Face (real name Sam Willis) finally came to America's attention on the eleventh season of America's Got Talent, where his utterly unique act took him all the way to the final.
Taking to the stage with a piece of gaffer tape across his mouth, Tape Face brings silent comedy into the 21st century with his inventive blend of prop comedy and vaudeville. His act, which frequently involves members of the audience, makes use of everything from plungers to oven gloves to create bizarre, and strangely beautiful, routines that you'll never see anywhere else. For instance, during his time on America's Got Talent, he duelled against an audience member with staple guns and balloons, and brought judge Heidi Klum up on stage to recreate the pottery scene from Ghost with some silly putty. Catch Tape Face when he hits Bugsys Cabaret in Las Vegas, NV, Closed November 19, 2017
Opening night: 29 September 2017
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