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Latest revision as of 06:48, 6 December 2018

David Ben

David Ben in Tricks 2004
BornDavid Gordon Ben
March 5, 1961
Toronto, Canada

NationalityCanadian
CategoriesBooks by David Ben

David Ben (b. 1961) retired from practicing tax law to pursue a career in magic and was the sole protégé of Ross Bertram.

Biography

He is a member the Magic Circle and has performed throughout the United States, Canada, England and Japan. Ben was the co-writer, performer and producer of three critically acclaimed shows: The Conjuror, The Conjuror’s Suite, and Tricks.

He was the subject the documentary film "A Conjuror in the Making" which aired on Breakfast with the Arts on the A & E Network.

See David Ben's Five-Foot Shelf Of Magic.

Television appearances

  • Michael Coren Live (3 times)
  • Open Mike: The Mike Bullard Show (3 times)
  • Pamela Wallin Live (3 times)
  • Canada AM (3 times)
  • The Dini Petty Show (2 times)
  • Breakfast Television (6 times).

Awards and honors

Books

References

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