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[[Jim Cellini]] (1940 - 2009}} was a professional street performer.
  
 
Cellini started as a full-time street performer since the 1970s. He was a personal friend to [[Jay Marshall]], the late owner of Magic Inc., and a teacher to Magic Inc.'s head demonstrator, Ben Whiting.
 
Cellini started as a full-time street performer since the 1970s. He was a personal friend to [[Jay Marshall]], the late owner of Magic Inc., and a teacher to Magic Inc.'s head demonstrator, Ben Whiting.

Revision as of 18:12, 29 April 2010

Jim Cellini
BornRichard Timothy Sullivan
September 6, 1940
Nashua, New Hampshire
DiedNovember 23, 2009 (age 69)
Baden, Switzerland
Jim Cellini (1940 - 2009}} was a professional street performer.

Cellini started as a full-time street performer since the 1970s. He was a personal friend to Jay Marshall, the late owner of Magic Inc., and a teacher to Magic Inc.'s head demonstrator, Ben Whiting.

Cellini died in Baden, Switzerland after suffering a stroke earlier in that year.

Bibliography

  • Cellini: The Royal Touch
  • The Art of Street Performing DVDs volumes 1 - 3)

References