Stephen K Amos is a British stand-up comedian and television personality. A regular on the international comedy circuit, he is known for including his audience members during his shows. He began his career as a compere at the Big Fish comedy clubs in South London, and has been nominated for Chortle's Best Compere Award three times.
He has performed stand up at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe every year since 2003. He hosted a chat show on weekends (in addition to his own show), performed as a guest at various extra festival shows, such as Spank!, and performed daily in Stewart Lee's production of the play Talk Radio. He is a regular performer at The Comedy Store, London, featuring on the bill several evenings each month, as well as various other venues around central London. His documentary on homophobia in the black British community and Jamaica, Batty Man, was broadcast by Channel 4 and it won a Royal Television Society Award and was nominated for a BAFTA.
On radio, he appeared on The Jon Richardson Show on BBC 6 Music, Nihal's Saturday Afternoon Show on BBC Radio One, and is featured in the BBC Radio 4 show The Odd Half Hour. He chaired a BBC Radio 4 programme called Life: An Idiot's Guide and has appeared in a purportedly autobiographical radio comedy series What Does the K Stand For? also on BBC Radio 4.