Magic Christian

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Magic Christian (b. July 17, 1945) is the stage name of Christian Stelzel, a professional Austrian magician and author. Christian presently lives in Vienna.

Magic Christian
BornChristian Stelzel
July 17, 1945
Austria

He studied industrial design at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Christian has received many awards, starting with winning first prize at a competition in Weymouth,1967, and several awards from all over the continent followed. In 1973 he won the first prize in the category of Manipulation at FISM, the world championships in magic. An accomplishment he repeated at FISM 1976 and FISM 1979 (the later time, also winning the category of Invention). In 1989, Christian became president of the Magic Club of Vienna, and in 2005 the Academy of Magical Arts at The Magic Castle, Hollywood, awarded him the "Performing Fellowship" for his performances.

In later years, Magic Christian has received acclaim for his thorough historic research on the legendary Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser.[1]

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  1. Cover Genii 1972 December, Genii 1980 November, and Genii 1984 October
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