Born: April 4, 1973 in Brooklyn, New York, USA
I’d go to Coney Island to hang out, and I saw a magician doing a rope trick on the boardwalk. I was fascinated. I guess that’s how it started.
I thought instead of burying myself under dirt, I’d bury myself under water so everybody could see that you’re there.
I think that when Evel Knievel crashed over the fountain at Caesar’s, it kind of gave you a credibility and then anticipation for everything he did.
I remember finding a Houdini book at the library and seeing an image of him chained on the side of a building. He looked so intense and scary, and I couldn’t get that image out of my head. That started building up my love of magic.
Well, I also love magic, which is, you know, different than showmanship. Magic’s an art where you use…
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