"Sam Swenson has the rare combination of powerful acting and powerful vocals"

"Sam has a unique memorable style all his own - a one-of-a-kind talent"

Sam Swenson is a talented singer, actor and songwriter who lives in New York City.

Sam fell in love with music and acting when he experienced his first musical theater performance at the age of 7 in "Brigadoon" at WaterTower Theatre in Dallas. From then it became his desire to train, work hard and make the performing arts his future.   

Swenson recently originated the role of Stephen in the exciting new musical, "The Manufactured Myth of Eveline Flynn," at Theatre Three in Dallas.  Last summer he appeared in "The Ballad of Little Jo," at WaterTower Theatre in Addison.   

Other Accomplishments: David Friedman selected him to perform with him in An Evening with David Friedman - Listen to My Heart.

Swenson was the host stand-in for Seth MacFarlane for the PBS Special -  SINATRA: VOICE FOR A CENTURY. Sam sang with the New York Philharmonic, Sutton Foster, Fantasia, Sting, Bernadette Peters,  Billy Porter, and Kyle Dean Massey in NYC.

Swenson has also appeared in numerous shows in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Some of his favorite credits include; Princeton/Rod (U/S) in "Avenue Q" at Theatre Three, Roger Davis in "Rent" at Collin Theatre Center, Emmett, in "Legally Blonde: The Musical" with Level Ground Arts, Otto in "Spring Awakening" with WaterTower Theatre, Jamie in "Beautiful Thing" with Uptown Players, and Matt in "The Fantasticks" with Frisco Theatre, 


He attended  Pace University in New York City and was privileged to be a part of their esteemed Musical Theater program where he performed in "See What I Wanna See" as the Accountant/Husband. Prior to transferring to Pace University - he attended Collin College in Plano, Texas and was fortunate to be a part of their outstanding musical theater and acting training program.

Sam also enjoys being a personal trainer in NYC & Dallas, as well as vocal and acting coaching, when time allows.