|Born||April 12, 1895|
|Died||December 7, 1969 (age 74) |
|Resting place||Lakeside Cemetery, Colon, Michigan|
Gwynne began performing professional in 1922 and during World War II, he served in Europe with the psychological warfare department of the Army.
In 1935 Gwynne started to jokingly advertised himself as "The World's Second Greatest Magician." He was on the TV show "Super Circus" and had parts in some movies including "Dark Streets of Cairo" (1941) and "Model Wife" (1941).
- Temple of An-Gee (also known as Temple of Benares)
- Flip-over box
Jack Gwynne:The Man, His Mind and His Royal Family of Magic by David Charvet (1986)
- Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, August, 1932
- Cover Genii 1941 February
- Cover Genii 1962 February
- Chicago Sun-Times, Dec 10, 1969
- Obit Linking Ring February 1970, page 20.