Scott Cervine

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'''Scott Cervine''' is a magician, actor, writer, and director.
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'''Scott Cervine''' (b. 1962) is a magician, actor, writer, and director.
 
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== Biography ==
 
He has appeared on numerous television programs and has performed in over a dozen countries, including the Winter Garten Theatre in Germany, the Futurist Theatre in England, and the International Theatre in Tokyo. In 1990, he appeared on the television hsow [[The World's Greatest Magicians ... at the Magic Castle]].
 
He has appeared on numerous television programs and has performed in over a dozen countries, including the Winter Garten Theatre in Germany, the Futurist Theatre in England, and the International Theatre in Tokyo. In 1990, he appeared on the television hsow [[The World's Greatest Magicians ... at the Magic Castle]].
  
In 1993, Cervine and friend Craig Thomas created "XTV," a multimedia show incorporating video, film and live performance.{{Youtube Thumb|5t3v58a2lNU}}
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In 1993, Cervine and friend Craig Thomas created "XTV," a multimedia show incorporating video, film and live performance.<ref>http://www.all-about-magicians.com/cervine.html</ref>{{Youtube Thumb|5t3v58a2lNU}}
  
 
== Awards and honors ==
 
== Awards and honors ==
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Latest revision as of 08:13, 23 February 2014

Scott Cervine
Born1962
California

Scott Cervine (b. 1962) is a magician, actor, writer, and director.

Biography

He has appeared on numerous television programs and has performed in over a dozen countries, including the Winter Garten Theatre in Germany, the Futurist Theatre in England, and the International Theatre in Tokyo. In 1990, he appeared on the television hsow The World's Greatest Magicians ... at the Magic Castle.

In 1993, Cervine and friend Craig Thomas created "XTV," a multimedia show incorporating video, film and live performance.[1]


Awards and honors


References

  1. http://www.all-about-magicians.com/cervine.html



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