Training originally as a ballet dancer, he later studied mime and combines his skills with illusion to create a unique and mind-blowing visual style both on stage and performing close-up table magic.Suitable for grown ups and kids alike, his stage show begins with a straight jacket escape (set against a ticking time bomb) and he then takes audience on a rollercoaster ride of tricks and effects that includes pulling off his fingers, twisting his head 360 degrees, hacking into his arm with a butcher's knife and even playing with a living severed hand!
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