Writer-actor Roger Scott Jackson’s Sam Singleton Atheist Evangelist is a comedic character, not a comedian. His shows are best described as
one-man theater pieces. Those with strong views on the existence or nonexistence of God may see what he does as activism, though he
insists his aim is simply to get some stuff off his chest: “Somebody else, who had to deal with snake-handling tongues-speakers as a child,
might become a homicidal maniac or a teacher at a Bible college. I talk to the world's most astute ticket-buyers.” He adds, "Though Brother
Sam is not strictly autobiographical, he is fabricated from my own experience, which is to say, I start by telling the truth, then heap on lies."
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Before Mr. Jackson became a full-time writer-actor, he worked at dozens of jobs, among them: shoeshine boy, fish gutter, taxi driver, copy
writer, reporter, and teacher (English, speech, debate). In 2007, Mr. Jackson wrote
Patriarchs and Penises and began performing in the Sam
Singleton Atheist Evangelist persona. In the years since, he has appeared in hundreds of towns across America.

A Personal Note from Roger Scott Jackson

Sam Singleton is an art project.
Sam Singleton Atheist Evangelist and his Creator