Eric DeCamps

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Eric Michael DeCamps.
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'''Eric DeCamps''' is a professional magician.<ref>http://www.ericdecamps.com/</ref>
  
Born in 1958.
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Through college, DeCamps performed at private parties and on television both in New York and in the Dominican Republic.  
  
=Books=
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His first major opportunity  came when he was invited to become a regular performer on Friday and Saturday evenings at New York`s [[The Magic Townehouse]]. Later he moved downtown to [[Mostly Magic]] in New York`s Greenwich Village.
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== Awards and honors ==
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* Gold Medal of Excellence for Close Up Magic by the Society of American Magicians (1995)
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* Named Dean of Society of American Magicians Parent Assembly #1 in New York City. (2009)
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==Books==
 
* [[The Coin Connection]] written by [[Gary Ouellet]] (1987)
 
* [[The Coin Connection]] written by [[Gary Ouellet]] (1987)
  
[[Category:Biographies|DeCamps, Eric]]
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== References ==
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Revision as of 07:28, 28 October 2011

Eric DeCamps
BornEric Michael DeCamps
1958
Forest Hills, New York

Eric DeCamps is a professional magician.[1]

Through college, DeCamps performed at private parties and on television both in New York and in the Dominican Republic.

His first major opportunity came when he was invited to become a regular performer on Friday and Saturday evenings at New York`s The Magic Townehouse. Later he moved downtown to Mostly Magic in New York`s Greenwich Village.

Awards and honors

  • Gold Medal of Excellence for Close Up Magic by the Society of American Magicians (1995)
  • Named Dean of Society of American Magicians Parent Assembly #1 in New York City. (2009)

Books


References

  1. http://www.ericdecamps.com/


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