Sam Hammington Biography
Birthday: July 31, 1977 (Leo)
Born In: Wellington, New Zealand
Sam Hammington is a New Zealand-born Australian comedian, reality television star, MC and radio host based in South Korea who became the most recognizable foreign face in the country due to his appearance in one of the country's highest-rated reality TV show, 'Real Men', for which he won the 'MBC Entertainment Awards' twice in 2013-14. Since 2016, he has been appearing on the reality-variety show 'The Return of Superman', featuring celebrity dads and their children, which also features his two sons, William and Bentley. Thanks to his performance in the series, he became the first foreigner to win a 'KBS Entertainment Award' in 2018, when he got the 'Top Excellence Award' in the 'Male Variety Category'. The next year, he shared the 'Grand Prize' at the '17th KBS Entertainment Awards' with other celebrities on the show, and was also nominated in the 'Top Excellence Award in Entertainment' category. He has appeared in the film 'How to Steal a Dog,' television series such as 'Witch Hunt', 'Let's Eat' and 'Who Are You: School 2015', and shows like 'True Justice', 'Happy Together' and 'Infinite Challenge'. From 2008 to 2012, he hosted the radio show 'Drivetime' with Annabelle Ambrose.