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 Post subject: 5 favorite magicians
PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 12:50 pm 
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Who are your top 5 favorite magicians, past or present?


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 1:45 pm 
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Wow... that is a really tough one...

Geez...

I have to say that mine are (in no particular order...)

Well, I have to choose ten.

Tommy Wonder
Jay Sankey
David Regal
Daniel Garcia
Wayne Houchin
Dan Fleshman
Daniel Madison
Joshua Jay
Bill Malone
Greg Wilson

I have many more, like Dai Vernon, Arthur Atsma, Fred Kaps, Eddie Fields, Chris Kenner, and so many others, but the ones above have to be my favorites.


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I would say from what I have or seen of there performance

Greg Wilson
Mark Wilson
Harlan Tarbell
Chris Kenner
and I like Jay Sankeys performance and effects even though I haven't bought any of his products


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Bill Malone
Jeff Mcbride
Darren Brown
Ed Marlo(just because of what he has done for card magic)
and most importantly... ME!


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mark wilson
michael ammar
jay noblezada- also good teacher


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Stephen Bargatze
Fukai and Kimiki
Joe Given
Gene Anderson
Arden James


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 6:27 pm 
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Joshua Jay
Jay Sankey
Gregory Wilson
Paul Harris
Mac King


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evanbishop wrote:
Joshua Jay
Jay Sankey
Gregory Wilson
Paul Harris
Mac King


This guy has taste!

I am meeting Joshua Jay in November. I can't wait!


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 10:23 pm 
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ZOMG! N01 n@med cris anel!


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ZOMG! N01 n@med cris anel!

Until now! :wink:
I haven't watched so many magicians yet, but to date, among those who made a lasting impresssion on me, my top 5 are these:

Criss Angel
David Copperfield
Jeff McBride
Steve Fearson
Penn&Teller


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Doug Henning
David Blaine
David Copperfield
Mark Wilson
Lance Burton


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To answer my own question:

1)Bill Malon
2)Dai Vernon,
3)David Williamson,
4)Mac King,
5)Gazzo


In no particular order for the top 5.



I also like

6)Paul Harris
7)Ricky Jay
8)Michael Ammar
9)Jim Gravina
10)Many others.......


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David Blaine ooooo yeaaa


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Paul Harris
Max Maven/Phil Goldstein
Richard Osterlind
Lance Burton
Luke Jermay

Just taking thoughts and concepts from these people, plus many others, has given me a kind of style that I like. So yeah, that's mine.

-JT


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tommy wonder
bill malone
after reading aoa, paul harris
wayne houchin
and sankey


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