Suga Jam (AKA; Sean Fisher) is short for Suga Jam Entertainment, Fisher’s entertainment company in Toronto, Canada. Suga is an award winning comedian and music director who also has a penchant for blogging. Find out about Suga’s interesting life of travelling, music, comedy and opinions. Follow him on Twitter @sugajam
Suga produced, wrote and starred in the 2010 Toronto Fringe Festival Hit A Freudian Slip of the Jung (Patron’s Pick, Best of the Fringe) which is now being reworked into a full blown musical. The new songs are set to be released in 2016 but some of the songs have already been performed at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre. Suga also produced and music directed the hit Toronto Fringe show Show Stopping Number! The Improvised Musical. This show was also included in The Best of the Fringe Festival (2007) and it also won for best improv troupe at the Canadian Comedy Awards.
Suga also co-produced and music directed Plan “LIVE” From Outer Space at the Toronto Fringe Festival (2006). This show won for Best Comedic Play at the Canadian Comedy Awards.
Suga has appeared on television as an actor on shows like System Crash (YTV), Cream of Comedy (The Comedy Network), Punched Up (The Comedy Network) and numerous commercials. His sketch duo The Goatee Boys (with Scott McCrickard) was nominated for the Tim Sims Encouragement Fund Award and two Canadian Comedy awards. Suga also directed Greased Too! at the Tim Sims Playhouse (four stars from NOW Magazine) and Troubadour, another musical improv troupe nominated for a CCA.
As a music director he has worked for The Bad Dog Theatre Company, The Second City, The March of Dames Festival, Monkey Toast and Jessica Holmes – specializing in musical improv. His music has been heard on Much Music, CP24, The Comedy Network, Just For Laughs etc. He has produced two records The Very Best of Love and Death and Suga’s Last Stand (both with Jamillah Ross). Suga’s Last Stand is available on iTunes.
Suga has returned to writing. In university he was a staff writer on three different campus newspapers. He loves that the internet allows him to share his writings once again.