Clement De Lion
|Clement De Lion|
|Born||Knut Waldemar Clement|
December 31, 1875
|Died||August 20, 1965 (age 89) |
Clement De Lion (December 31, 1875- August 20, 1965) was a Danish magician born specializing in billiard ball manipulation.
He first appeared as a magician and ventriloquist at the age 17. He specialized in billiard ball manipulation. His act was titled "Two Hands, Twelve Billiard Balls — That's All!" He toured the United States in vaudeville around 1910.
Clement de Lion retired from the stage in 1922 and settled down in Nice, France. He lived there until the second world war, when he returned to his native land.
- Original Tricks of Clement De Lion published by Ellis Stanyon in 1902
- Tryllebogen ('The Magic Book')