Amy Samet got into comedy for the same reason people jump out of an airplane - she just wanted to be able to say she did it. After years of making people laugh in elevators, at staff meetings and standing in line at the grocery store (where you can always exceed expectations) Amy took the big step and signed up for a six week class with Sam Cox where the final exam was performing at the Capital City Comedy Club in Austin. Her involvement with Toastmasters played a vital role in all this - Amy got a lot of skills there, a lot of support, and a lot of training in dealing with public humiliation. Then...a mere three years later...Amy found herself in New York City at the Laff Factory in Times Square competing in the 'Funniest Mom in America' Contest.
Amy's style could best be described as bitter and perky.