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An Evening with Samantha Bee

Date: 7:00pm - 9:00pm PDT October 25, 2013 Location: Pamplin Sports Center

Pamplin Sports Center

President Barry Glassner and ASLC President Callie Rice invite you to

An Evening with Samantha Bee
My Life as a Daily Show Correspondent and Other Misadventures
Friday, October 25 • Pamplin Sports Center • Doors @ 6pm and Program @ 7pm

Advance tickets are FREE for Lewis & Clark students, faculty, and staff with valid L&C ID (limit 2 per person). Tickets are available from Student Activities (Templeton 110); Monday through Friday: 9am to 4pm until Thursday, October 24 and outside Fields Dining Hall between 11:30am and 1pm.

Tickets for the general public are also available in advance for $25 each (credit card only). Please call Student Activities at 503-768-7122 to order your tickets.

Tickets will also be available at the Pamplin Sports Center Box Office starting at 2pm on Friday, October 25 for student, faculty, and staff pick up, and purchase for the general public (cash, check, credit/debit).


Samantha Bee was born and raised in Toronto Canada and understands that, yes, it’s very clean there. Having no appreciable skill set or professional aspirations, she turned to acting and found it compatible with her lazy lifestyle. She began her career by doing numerous commercial campaigns, as well as participating in the all-female sketch troupe The Atomic Fireballs. In 2003 she joined the cast of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” and now holds the title of Most Senior Correspondent, having systematically eliminated all those before her. In addition to her work on “The Daily Show,” Bee can be seen opposite her husband Jason Jones in the feature film “Cooper’s Camera,” in the upcoming feature “Motherhood,” and has most recently filmed a tiny part in a Woody Allen film, which she is praying won’t be cut. Bee is the recipient of the 2005 Canadian Comedy Award for “Pretty Funny Female,” but nobody ever thought to send her the statue. When Bee is not working she enjoys photographing her children in foolish outfits and correcting spelling errors on menus. Her “safe word” is “horseballs.”

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