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Al Zolo

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Al Zolo
BornAbraham Zolotorow
December 24, 1899

Al Zolo became interested in magic by the age of ten years and within a few years he began appearing in Club, Church, and Society entertainments in Philadelphia area.

He then started an act consisting of magic, juggling, and Smoke and Rag pictures.[1] He advertised in various magic magazines as "The man with the 'SILENT ACT'".

Zolo was very active in the magic community. He was a member of SAM No. 1039, IBM No. 162, The National Conjurers Association and a president of the World Wide Magicians Society.


  • Complete One Man Mental Routine, 3 pp. A typescript explanation of six effects (See ad in Linking Ring, March 1943, page 8)


  1. Cover Magic World, June, 1918