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'''Jim Cellini''' (1940 - 2009) was a professional street performer.
  
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== Biography ==
 
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.
  
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== Bibliography ==
 
== Bibliography ==
* Cellini: The Royal Touch
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* Cellini: The Royal Touch By E.M. McFalls (1997) <ref>[[Genii 1997 August|Genii Magazine, Vol. 60, No. 10, August 1997]], LIGHT FROM THE LAMP, by Jamy Ian Swiss, Cellini: The Royal Touch, A Guide to the Art of Street Magic, by E. M. McFalls, page 64</ref>
* The Art of Street Performing DVDs volumes 1 - 3)  
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* The Art of Street Performing DVDs, Vol. 1 - 3) (2005)
  
== References ==
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* The Linking Ring, Fol. 82, No. 5, May 2002, An Interview with James Cellini, by Mona Santow, page 42
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* The Linking Ring, Vol. 90, No. 1, January 2010, BROKEN WAND, James Cellini, page 117
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* [[Genii 2010 February|Genii Magazine, Vol. 73, No. 2, February 2010]], Richard Timothy Sullivan…, page 11
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* The Magic Circular, Vol. 104, No. 1123, February 2010, Jim Cellini (Richard Sullivan): 6 September 1940-22 November 2009, page 37
 
* http://www.geniimagazine.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=209956  
 
* http://www.geniimagazine.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=209956  
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* http://www.all-about-magicians.com/jim-cellini.html
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Latest revision as of 15:15, 9 November 2018

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.

Biography

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 By E.M. McFalls (1997) [1]
  • The Art of Street Performing DVDs, Vol. 1 - 3) (2005)

References

  1. Genii Magazine, Vol. 60, No. 10, August 1997, LIGHT FROM THE LAMP, by Jamy Ian Swiss, Cellini: The Royal Touch, A Guide to the Art of Street Magic, by E. M. McFalls, page 64