De Vega (September 10, 1892 - January 9, 1971) was born Alexander Mackay Stewart in Glasgow, Scotland.
|Born||Alexander Mackay Stewart|
September 10, 1892
|Died||January 09, 1971 (age 78) |
|Categories||Books by De Vega|
De Vega traveled around with his own full length evening show in Scotland and knew most of the "greats" in the golden age of magic.
He was a founding member of the Scottish Conjurers Association, a member of the Inner Magic Circle of over 50 years, a member of the British Ring and an Honorary Vice-President of Hull Magicians' Circle.
He invented the Divided Lady illusion which is said to have inspired Robert Harbins' Zig-Zag Girl.
- Selected Secrets (1926)
- Patterettes (1929)
- Summertime Sorcery (1939)
- Formula X (1947)
- The Devil's Whisper (1948)