Ken Krenzel

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Ken Krenzel
BornKen D. Krenzel
1926
New York City, New York
DiedFebruary 8, 2012
Ken Krenzel (1926-2012) was a well known as a leading exponent of expert sleight-of-hand with cards.[1]

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Biography

He was born and raised in the Lower East Side of New York City where he pursued the study of psychology in college and eventually earned a Ph.D. As a youngster, he became a charter member of F.A.M.E. (Future American Magical Entertainers).

Krenzel has published material in various magic journals: The Gen, Genii, M-U-M (where he was a regular columnist), Hugard's Magic Monthly, Phoenix, Hierophant, Kabbala, Epilogue, New Jinx, Apocalypse, and the Minotaur.

Harry Lorayne wrote in The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel (1978): "When Ken Krenzel performed the material in this book for me I knew then and there how good it was, and what a great contribution it'd be to the art I love - card magic".

Magazines

  • Genii 2007 April (Vol. 70, #4). "The Zen of Ken: An Interview with Ken Krenzel" (interview + 6 tricks)
  • Linking Ring One Man Parade August, 1998

Effects

  • It Can't Be (1958)
  • Incredible Full Deck Levitation (1988)
  • Thunder Struck
  • Bonus Miracles

Books

References

  1. Hocus Pocus Parade,Linking Ring, August 1988
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