Direct from “America’s Got Talent” and History Channel’s “Pawn Stars,” Murray The Magician is a family-friendly comedy magic show in Las Vegas. His mind-blowing YouTube videos have been seen by over 450 million people worldwide!
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Murray The Magician dazzled the judges and 22 million people as a finalist on “America’s Got Talent” and currently stars in his own TV series, “Extreme Escapes.” He received the Hollywood F.A.M.E. award for Career Achievement in The Magical Arts, Best Comedy Variety Show of The Year from the Los Angeles Comedy Festival, and Comedy Show of the Year Award by the Fans Entertainment Hall of Fame.
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In The Know Tips!
- Get ready to be a star because audience participation is welcomed and encouraged!
- Bring the kids! This family-friendly show is open to all ages.
- Murray and his cast hold a Meet & Greet open to all audience members after the show.
About Murray Sawchuck
Murray Sawchuck is a stage illusionist, magician, comedian, actor, and host. Based in Las Vegas, SawChuck has dubbed himself “The ‘Dennis the Menace’ of Magic,” and his shows often consist of a blend of “comical mishaps” that result in illusions and magic tricks. He is the resident magic historian on Pawn Stars. Murray Sawchuck has also appeared as a magic coach on five episodes of the VH1 series Celebracadabra, and has been a guest star on shows such as Reno 911!, Last Comic Standing, Celebrity Blind Date, War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave, and Ring of Darkness. He regularly tours worldwide.
In late summer of 2010, Murray Sawchuck was featured on the fifth season of the NBC show America’s Got Talent. Judges Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, and Howie Mandel voted him on into the semi-finals, and at one point he received a standing ovation from Osbourne. Among the illusions he performed for the show were producing a car from thin air, and transforming a woman locked in a cage into a live tiger, then having the woman re-appear next to the judges. He also disappeared a 1918 steam locomotive. The train trick was an homage to Sawchuck’s long family history in the train industry. Reviews for his appearances were positive, with About.com saying “Murray seemingly did everything right. He successfully managed to ramp-up the magic and impact as he rose through the eliminations – something that earlier magicians haven’t been able to do.” – Wikiepedia
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