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Aldo Colombini

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Aldo Colombini
BornAldo Colombini
March 19, 1951
Maranello, Modena, Italy
DiedFebruary 12, 2014 (age 62)
Munro Regional Hospital in Ocala, Florida
CategoriesBooks by Aldo Colombini

Aldo Colombini (1951-2014) moved to the United States from Italy in 1993 and performed magic throughout the world. He could speak and perform in Italian, English, Spanish and French.


Colombini performed often on Italian television (RAI 1). He also appeared on television shows in Portugal, Spain, Japan, Colombia and Sweden. In the United States he was part of the Masters of Illusions series on PAX-TV.

He performed at Caesar's Magical Empire in Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas and often at the Magic Castle in all four showrooms.

Colombini produced, published, manufactured and distributed magic products through his former company, Mamma Mia Magic, then with Rachel Wild as Wild Colombini Magic.[1][2][3][4]

Columbini married Rachel Wild (now Rachel Columbini), who continues to produce the magic of Aldo Colombini keeping his legacy alive.

Awards and honors

  • FISM prizewinner 1976 (as Fabian)
  • Academy of Magical Arts Parlor magician of the year (2 times)
  • Nominated by Academy of Magical Arts for best Close-up magician of the year, Best stage performer of the year, Best Bar magician of the year. Best Comedy act of the year and Lecturer of the Year





  2. Cover Genii Magazine, Vol. 56, No. 3, January 1993, Aldo Colombini Magic Section, page 160
  3. Cover The Linking Ring, Vol. 66, No. 4, April 1986, Aldo Colombini, Hocus Pokus Parade, by Phil Willmarth, page 68
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