An international phenomenon, Sugar Sammy has conquered the world of television in Canada and in France. He currently stars in the French version of America’s Got Talent as one of the celebrity judges, reaching 4.2 million viewers per week. Sammy is also a growing force online. His popular Improv Moments clips are YouTube gold, with 200 million views combined across all social media platforms. He’s performed over 1,900 shows in 32 countries, in English, French, Hindi, and Punjabi. His ground-breaking bilingual show, performed in both English and French, sold out 421 performances and 372,000 tickets, making it the best-selling debut one-man show in Québec’s history. He isn’t afraid to offend with his honest assessment of the state of the world. Politically incorrect? Maybe. He leaps right into the cultural divide to hit social and political themes with a combination of charm and finesse that allows him to push the envelope a little further than most. His shows never disappoint and always provoke discussion. You can agree with him or disagree with him, but his natural instinct for comedy and what the New York Times called his “talent for provoking both laughter and outrage” will win you over every time.