|Born||August 25, 1911|
|Died||June 22, 1992 (age 80) |
Orville Wayne Meyer (1911 - 1992) worked as "The Wizard Of Ah's" mostly in the Midwest United States around the Denver Colorado area. Prior to that in the 1930s, he was know as "The Nebraska Boy Wonder."
During War World II, he served in the U.S. Army and performed on the USO circuit at various Army bases. After holding many jobs around the country, he retired in 1972 and moved back to Denver to devoted full time to magic. 
He created the classic effects of "Think Ink" (1942) and "Water to Wine" where a glassful of water changed to ink or wine at the performer's command.
- Magic in the Modern Manner (1949)
- The Amazing Magic Square and Master Memory Demonstration (1961)
- Telepathy in Action (1961)