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'''Pepe Carroll''' (September 19, 1957-January 5, 2004) born, Jose Franco Arsenio Larraz, was a leading Spanish magician.  Carroll won the [[FISM]] Card Competition in 1988.  
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'''Pepe Carroll''' (September 19, 1957-January 5, 2004) born, Jose Franco Arsenio Larraz, was a leading Spanish magician.  Carroll won the [[FISM]] Card Competition in 1988. {{Youtube Thumb|izccJ5bx2lI|300|A tribute}}
  
 
Carroll once partnered with [[Juan Tamariz]] to create more than twenty magic skits for television. Carroll was a celebrity in Spain as he had recurring rolls on television and his own shows for several years.  
 
Carroll once partnered with [[Juan Tamariz]] to create more than twenty magic skits for television. Carroll was a celebrity in Spain as he had recurring rolls on television and his own shows for several years.  

Revision as of 22:20, 9 February 2012

Pepe Carroll
BornJose Franco Arsenio Larraz
September 19, 1957
DiedJanuary 5, 2004 (age 46)
NationalitySpanish
Pepe Carroll (September 19, 1957-January 5, 2004) born, Jose Franco Arsenio Larraz, was a leading Spanish magician. Carroll won the FISM Card Competition in 1988.

A tribute

Carroll once partnered with Juan Tamariz to create more than twenty magic skits for television. Carroll was a celebrity in Spain as he had recurring rolls on television and his own shows for several years.

He died at the young age of 45 following a heart attack.

Books

  • 52 Lovers
  • 52 Lovers II