Le Clair Zelleno
Le Clair Zelleno (c.1879-1934), born John A. Hoctor, was a magician, actor, an advance agent, a press representative and an editor of the Opera House Reporter.
|Le Clair Zelleno|
|Born||John A. Hoctor|
|Died||July 3, 1934 (age 54) |
As a magician, he billed himself as "Zelleno, The Wizard."
On the cover story in Mahatma for August, 1901, it mentions that he was from California. Other articles from Mahatma and Sphinx report him preforming long engagements in the Hawaiian Islands.
He was a member of the Parent Assembly of the S. A. M. and died in a hotel in Kansas City at the age of 55 from heart trouble.