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Greg Frewin

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Greg Frewin
BornMay 21, 1967
Ontario, Canada


Greg Frewin (b. 1967) is an illusionist and "World Champion of Magic".[1] His awards include First Place at the International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM); The Gold Medal of Excellence, also from the IBM; First Place at the Society of American Magicians' annual magic convention competition; and first place at FISM, the "Olympics of Magic", which were held in Yokohama, Japan.


A command performance for Prince Rainier in Monte Carlo along with over 35 TV appearances world wide attest to this magician's notoriety. Greg is recognized by his peers all over the world as "The International Grand Champion of Magic".[2] Frewin has appeared on stages all over the world, including Caesars Palace, Tropicana and the Flamingo Hilton in Las Vegas. In 1994 he performed a dove act that was featured on NBC's television show the World's Greatest Magic. He is currently signed to a 20-year performance contract at the Greg Frewin Theatre in Niagara Falls, Ontario. In 2009 Frewin won the World Magic Awards Magician of the Year. Frogwater Media Inc. in association with CBC produced a Holiday Special called Greg Frewin Magic Man Home for the holidays in 2009.[3]


External Links


  1. FISM list of World Champions
  2. Greg Frewin: The International Grand Champion of Magic
  3. Frogwater Media
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