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Paul Alberstat

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Paul Alberstat
BornFebruary 23, 1963
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

NationalityCanadian

Paul Alberstat began performing professionally in 1981.

He learned magic from Martin Nash, Micky Hades, Dai Vernon and Slydini.

Alberstat has contributed to magazines including Vibrations and Channel One and was an editor for Ted Lesley's magazine Mind and Magic.[1]

Awards

  • Calgary Magic Circles "Junior Magician of The Year" 1978
  • Bill Haney Award 1978 (Western Regional IBM)
  • 1979 - Mentalism award (Western Regional IBM)
  • 1981 - 4th place in the 1st annual Calgary Youth Talent Contest
  • 2003 - Bob Haines Award (P.E.A.)

Books

Can You keep a Secret?

References

  1. http://canadianmagiciansarchive.homestead.com/A.html