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'''Ray Goulet''' (French: Goo-lay) , a life Long resident of Watertown. Massachusetts , Korean War Veteran and licensed insurance and real estate broker,  has been a professional performer for over 40 years.<ref>Magic Art Studio:A Museum of Magic History, [[Genii 1975 April]]</ref><ref>(cover) Magician of the Month, MUM, November, 1990</ref>
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'''Ray Goulet''' (French: Goo-lay) , a life Long resident of Watertown, Massachusetts , a Korean War Veteran and licensed insurance and real estate broker,  has been a professional performer for over 40 years.<ref>Magic Art Studio:A Museum of Magic History, [[Genii 1975 April]]</ref><ref>(cover) Magician of the Month, MUM, November, 1990</ref>
  
 
He married his assistant Ann in 1949 and worked professionally as "The Raymond's". For five years he toured with an illusion show, after a stint with the [[U.S.O.]] under the stage name "Raymon and his Mystic Maids". He also performed a solo Mental Act as "Ray Raymond."<ref>Memoirs of a Magician’s Ghost, The Autobiography of John Booth, CHAPTER 271, RAY GOULET: SEEN THROUGH A PRISM</ref>
 
He married his assistant Ann in 1949 and worked professionally as "The Raymond's". For five years he toured with an illusion show, after a stint with the [[U.S.O.]] under the stage name "Raymon and his Mystic Maids". He also performed a solo Mental Act as "Ray Raymond."<ref>Memoirs of a Magician’s Ghost, The Autobiography of John Booth, CHAPTER 271, RAY GOULET: SEEN THROUGH A PRISM</ref>
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Ray Goulet
BornRaymond J. Goulet
1930
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Ray Goulet (French: Goo-lay) , a life Long resident of Watertown, Massachusetts , a Korean War Veteran and licensed insurance and real estate broker, has been a professional performer for over 40 years.[1][2]

He married his assistant Ann in 1949 and worked professionally as "The Raymond's". For five years he toured with an illusion show, after a stint with the U.S.O. under the stage name "Raymon and his Mystic Maids". He also performed a solo Mental Act as "Ray Raymond."[3]

In 1976, he opened his Magic Art Studio, a retail magic depot in a store on Spring Street in Watertown. He has been the producer and director for many years of New England’s biggest annual show, the Magicale in Boston, sponsored by the S.A.M.

He is an Honorary Member of the Society of American Magicians, Past Territorial Vice President of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, a founder and past president of IBM Ring 122 (Boston), a member of the Magic Collectors Association, a founder and past president of New England Magic Collectors Association, and a member of Magic Circle (Inner Magic Circle With Gold Star).

Goulet serves on the Historian Committee on SAM. Hall Of Fame Board of Directors, Vice President of Milboume Christopher Foundation and on the S.A.M. Psychic Committee.[4]


Awards and honors

Books

Published by "Ray Goulet’s Magic Art Book Company"

  • TWELVE HAVE DIED (by Ben Robinson)
  • JOHN HENRY ANDERSON-WIZARD OF THE NORTH (by Constance Pole Bayer)
  • THE FINE ART OF HOCUS POCUS (by John Booth)
  • KEYS TO MAGIC’S INNER CIRCLE (by John Booth)


References

  1. Magic Art Studio:A Museum of Magic History, Genii 1975 April
  2. (cover) Magician of the Month, MUM, November, 1990
  3. Memoirs of a Magician’s Ghost, The Autobiography of John Booth, CHAPTER 271, RAY GOULET: SEEN THROUGH A PRISM
  4. http://www.magicartstudio.com/html/about_us_.html


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