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'''William W. (Bill) Larsen''' and his brother, [[Milt Larsen]], were both in television but had grown up in a family of magicians.  Their father was a performing magician and respected Los Angeles defense attorney, [[William W. Larsen, Sr.]], and their mother, Geraldine, the early TV pioneer children's entertainer known as The Magic Lady, published [[Genii]], the Conjurors Magazine, which is still in publication.
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'''William W. (Bill) Larsen''' and his brother, [[Milt Larsen]], were both in television but had grown up in a family of magicians.   
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Their father was a performing magician and respected Los Angeles defense attorney, [[William W. Larsen, Sr.]], and their mother, Geraldine, the early TV pioneer children's entertainer known as The Magic Lady, published [[Genii]], the Conjurors Magazine, which is still in publication.
  
 
In 1962, Bill and his brother Milt completed their father's dream of [[The Academy of Magical Arts]] and [[The Magic Castle]].
 
In 1962, Bill and his brother Milt completed their father's dream of [[The Academy of Magical Arts]] and [[The Magic Castle]].
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When Bill Larsen Sr. died suddenly at the age of 48, Bill Jr. took the reins of Genii. As Bill Larsen, Jr. became ill due to alcoholism, the editorship of Genii was taken over first by Dante Larsen (the son of Irene and her first husband John Daniel), and later by Erika Larsen.  
 
When Bill Larsen Sr. died suddenly at the age of 48, Bill Jr. took the reins of Genii. As Bill Larsen, Jr. became ill due to alcoholism, the editorship of Genii was taken over first by Dante Larsen (the son of Irene and her first husband John Daniel), and later by Erika Larsen.  
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==References==
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* Cover [[Genii 1952 August]]
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* Obit [[Genii 1993 April]]
  
 
[[Category:Biographies|Larsen, Bill Jr.]]
 
[[Category:Biographies|Larsen, Bill Jr.]]
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Revision as of 15:44, 4 October 2010

William W. (Bill) Larsen and his brother, Milt Larsen, were both in television but had grown up in a family of magicians.

Bill Larsen Jr.
BornMay 08, 1928
DiedFebruary 11, 1993 (age 64)

Their father was a performing magician and respected Los Angeles defense attorney, William W. Larsen, Sr., and their mother, Geraldine, the early TV pioneer children's entertainer known as The Magic Lady, published Genii, the Conjurors Magazine, which is still in publication.

In 1962, Bill and his brother Milt completed their father's dream of The Academy of Magical Arts and The Magic Castle.

Not long after the Magic Castle opened, Bill married Irene Larsen on November 10, 1963.

When Bill Larsen Sr. died suddenly at the age of 48, Bill Jr. took the reins of Genii. As Bill Larsen, Jr. became ill due to alcoholism, the editorship of Genii was taken over first by Dante Larsen (the son of Irene and her first husband John Daniel), and later by Erika Larsen.


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