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Greg Wilson

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Greg Wilson

NationalityAmerican

Gregory Wilson is an American magician[1] and a two-time FISM Winner,[2] who specializes in close-up magic, and is the subject of a chapter in magician Paul Harris' book, Art of Astonishment, Vol. 1.

Biography

He is a regular performer at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, as well as large corporate events all over the world, and is professionally represented by Secret Source Entertainment, Inc.

Videography

Wilson has released several instructional videos describing various techniques:[3]

  • Exact Change
  • Pip Streak
  • FreaKey
  • Double Take
  • Off the Cuff[4]
  • On the Spot

Bibliography

Wilson has contributed to numerous journals, magazines and books on the topic of performing magic. He wrote a column for now-defunct The Magic Menu entitled, "Gregory's Greetings."[5]

Notable areas of expertise

He is best known for his work in the close-up areas of impromptu,[6] ring/rope, and card magic.

Awards

  • FISM 2000, Close-up Card magic
  • FISM 2003, Close-up Card magic

References

  1. San Diego Ring 76 Installs 76 10 October 1996
  2. FISM Winners 2000 - 2009
  3. Listing of Gregory Wilson's products at Penguin Magic
  4. Gregory Wilson Presents: Off the Cuff MagicSmith Gregory Wilson DVD 1998
  5. Gregory's Greetings The Magic Menu No. 52 (March–April 1999)
  6. Freakey by Gregory Wilson
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  • Paul Harris, Art of Astonishment



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