Dirk Losander

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Dirk Losander
BornDirk Losacker
April 10, 1969
Winkels, Hessen, Germany

Dirk Losander (b. 1969) is a professional magician and inventor.



He became interested in magic at the age of eight years old, when he was taught by a female magician friend of his grandfather.

With the advice of his wife, Luna Shimada, he started to portray a modern wizard for his stage acts by growing his out his hair and wearing a long overcoat. His mentors have been Finn Jon and Salvano. He has become known for his routines involving levitations include bubbles and tables. His "Losander's Floating Table" has been incorporated into many magicians' repertoire.[1]

Losander has performed across three continents and at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California.[2]


  • Milbourne Christopher Award for "Illusionist of the Year" (2006)

Books and Videos

  • No Tricks - Audio CD
  • Secrets of a Modern Wizard - DVD
  • Animate Me - DVD
  • Bubble Zombie (Props and DVD) DVD
  • Art of Levitation Vol. 1-3 - DVD
  • Magic Anytime Anywhere – DVD


  1. Interview Reel Magic DVD #29
  2. http://www.all-about-magicians.com/dirk.html
  • Genii, Vol. 67, No. 6, June 2004, The Incredible Lightness of Losander, Introduction by Jon Racherbaumer, Interview by Richard Kaufman, page 40, Losander's Tricks Described by Jon Racherbaumer, page 58
  • Bio-bibliographisches Lexikon der Zauberkünstler Edition Volker Huber, April 2002, page 187
  • http://www.losander.com/

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