One of Riot LA comedy festival's Comics to Watch (2017), Stephen Agyei has the whitest teeth in Denver. As one of the city's most sought-after comedians, he shines as brightly as his mischievous smile, not to mention a style described as “calculated fearlessness.” A regular at Comedy Works, Stephen has opened for some of the most prominent comedians in the country. This Bridgetown (2017) & Limestone Comedy Festival (2016) alum has toured internationally in South Korea and was hand-picked by Duncan Trussell to open for his most recent "I Am God" tour (2016). Stephen was introduced to a national audience thanks to his TV debut on VICELAND’s Flophouse (2016), as well as being featured on NPR's All Things Considered (2016) with Roy Wood Jr.  Agyei originally made a name for himself on the Denver scene as a finalist in the 2012 Great American Comedy Festival, winner of the 2012 Comedy Works’ Clean Comedy Contest, and three-time finalist in the venue’s New Faces contest.


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