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Laughing Samoans

Laughing Samoans
The Laughing Samoans on stage during National Young Leaders Day 2010 in Wellington, New Zealand.
Medium Theatre
Nationality New Zealand
Years active 2004–present
Genres Comedy
Members Eteuati Ete
Tofiga Fepulea'i
Website .com.laughingsamoanswww

The Laughing Samoans are a New Zealand-based duo formed by comedians Eteuati Ete and Tofiga Fepulea'i, both of Samoan descent. The duo have toured in New Zealand in sold out shows and internationally to Australia, United States, the Cook Islands, Hawai'i, Fiji and London in 2009.[1]

Their first show as a duo was called A Small Samoan Wedding, and toured around New Zealand in 2004 before travelling overseas. Since then, they have toured with a new show almost every year:

  • Old School (2005)
  • Off Work (2006)
  • Crack Me Off (2008)
  • Prettyful Woman (2009).[2]

References

  1. ^ Bloomsbury Theatre - The Laughing Samoans - 29/Jul/2009
  2. ^ Laughing Samoans Official Website - Tours

External links

  • Laughing Samoans website
  • Mau Forum 2009 show
  • Bloomsbury Theatre show 2009
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