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Latest revision as of 14:45, 10 October 2018

Bob Mason

Tops (May 1970)
BornRobert Mason Stenner
September 5, 1924
Lakeland, Florida
DiedFebruary 2, 1998 (age 73)
Dayton, Ohio

Robert (Bob) Stenner (1924-1998) was a pro magician, puppeteer, vent and mentalist since age 15, working first as “Larry Hartz”.

Biography

In 1945 he took the name to “Bob Mason”. He worked as an actor in Hollywood movies and TV, mainly westerns, he was an assistant and understudy to John Calvert, was a partner with Leon & Velvet Mandrake, and assisted Kirk Kirkham.

Played schools with puppet and vent act for elementary schools and mindreading for higher grades. Stenner marketed several tricks and had articles in Tops, Abbott's house publication and did lots of club dates in the Detroit area.

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