Samuel Douglas Clark



Before moving to New York, Samuel worked extensively in Australia on a range of projects including two new Australian works April's Fool by David Burton and Often I Find That I am Naked by Fiona Sprott, both of which toured nationally. Other credits include The First Fifty Years, Huckleberry Finn, Dracula (East Lynne TC) Much Ado About Nothing (Frog & Peach) Rabbit (The Good Room) and Motortown (23rd Productions) as well as the Queensland Premiere of The Lieutenant of Inishmore by Martin McDonagh. Film and TV credits include Forever (ABC) Sea Patrol 3: Red Gold  (Nine Network) and Panic (Clearwater Films). Sam is also a producer with the New York based Frack Theatre. He is a proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA, and has studied with renowned acting teacher, William Esper.


The most impressive performance comes from Sam Clark, who plays two totally different roles and is utterly convincing in both

-  Sue Gough, Courier Mail

Sam Clark …masterfully portrayed a range of characters from the sleazy, to the gay, to the genuine long time friend

- Rory McCartney, BMA Mag Canberra

The performances by Sam Clark, Kevin Spink, Belinda Raisin, and Penny Harpham as Bella’s friends are individually and collectively proof of the depth and quality of acting talent we are experiencing right now in this country

- Kate Foy, Actors Greenroom

..a polished black comedy… Clark gives a great performance…plenty of (strictly adult) humour and some great “theme music”…a slick, well rehearsed offering.

- Nikki Gaertner,, Adelaide 

Sam Clark does a phenomenal job as Jezebel’s many ‘hims’…(and) never has a man played a better dog.”

- Scene Magazine, Brisbane