Stephen K. Amos is a British stand-up comedian. A regular on the London comedy circuit, he is a highly regarded compere, as well as a skillful act in his own right. He has attended the Edinburgh Fringe Festival every year since his debut solo show in 2001.He has performed stand-up at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival every year since 2003, after making his début in 2001. 2006 was arguably his busiest Fringe to date. During the 2006 run, he performed the revealing solo show "All Of Me", in which he publicly acknowledged his own homosexuality to his audience for the first time, 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 Eric Bogosian's play Talk Radio. Away from the fringe, Amos 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. Amos appeared in the Australian Great Comedy Debate in 2006 for the negative team. In May 2007, he appeared at the New Zealand International Comedy festival. He performed at the 2007 class clowns state final in South Australia.