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A magic set when I was young, David Blaine (What was I thinking :twisted: :?: ) and the one and only Derren Brown :D
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My Great-Uncle Bernie, I only got to see him once before he died, but he was a pro magician.


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Many Magicians have inspired me but I guess the main ones would be Jay Noblezada, Oz Pearlman (Penguins), and Mark Wilson. Also a kid from my school and people doing tricks to me.


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Derren Brown. He is without a doubt, in my mind, the greatest performer/magician alive today, because of his unique personality, style and subtle comedy.


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When i saw Criss Angel Walk on water out of the window of the Aladin Hotel, still have no clue how he did that...


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my sister and David Blaine


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David Blaine and Howard Thurston.


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oztheozzie wrote:
michael113 wrote:
A magic set when I was young, David Blaine (What was I thinking :twisted: :?: ) and the one and only Derren Brown :D
What's wrong with Blaine?


Yeah people always seem to insult Blaine but never back up their opinion, he's done alot for magic and he's a magician that pretty much never uses camera tricks or stooges, he deserves alot more credit then he's given.


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CRISS ANGEL
are you kidding me?? :?


I have three id have to say Lance Burton,David copperfield, and Jeff McBride

no im not kidding you, I think the way Criss Angel performs is awsome, it doesn't sound and look so darn CHEESY which I hate....he doesnt talk in a fake voice or try to make fake smiles while performing, I think its great


Well I'd like to say first off that not too many magicians use fake voices or fake smiles, yes there are cheesy magicians, but not all, what you described does not describe just criss but many, why not be inspired by Penn and Teller? and I'm just wondering if you've ever seen one of Criss's shows before, not the tv stuff, nothing that was released onto dvd, but his real shows? If you haven't seen his stage show, then you don't know much about how criss performs.

i havnt seen it live, in person or anything but i know what it looks like, but that was way back then, people change, i just cant wait to see his live show coming out, im prettu sure its not going to be anything like that


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David Blaine was my inspiration into magic. He is the one that brought street magic alive again to the public. In my early years though I was always inspired by Lance Burton and David Copperfield. I agree that Blaine deserves more credit than he gets for street magic.


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My friend adam, david blaine, lance burton, david copperfield, pendragons, anyone I saw when I first started made me want to be better.


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Lance Burton, and my neighbors dad who made me learn to juggle first.


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some random person at a camp i went to once. but from there on it was wayne houchin and justin miller.


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