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In the 1980's he changed his last name to "Clark" due to his profound admiration of television personality Dick Clark.
In both 1984 and 1985, Clark was the winner of the Teenage Magician of the Year stage contest for the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring #97 of Stamford.
In 1986, he studied the art of magic with Tony Slydini and within a few years he won the World Class Stage Contest from the Society of American Magicians.
In 1994 Tony was nominated Stage Magician of the Year by the Magic Castle.
Clark performed an escape on the World's Most Dangerous Magic II, which aired on NBC, and appeared on television show Masters of Illusion.
He coached Nicholas Cage for the film "Next" and John Malkovich for the film "The Great Buck Howard". 
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