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Louis St. Pierre, Jr.

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Louis St. Pierre, Jr.

Cover of Genii (1985)
BornLouis Anthony St. Pierre
July 18, 1926
Rockford, Illinois
DiedMay 31, 2010 (age 83)

Louis "Lou" St. Pierre Jr. (1926-2010) was owner and operator of "Hollywood Magic" in California. Son of Louis St. Pierre, Sr. a early board member of the Magic Castle who was a very funny and personal entertaining magician.


He came with his father to California, with his older brother George in 1947. His father, Louis Sr. bought the Bert Wheeler Hollywood's Magic Shop and put him to work. He would do stage magic every Friday night on stage at the magic shop. He was good with cards and small apparatus.

Lou was drafted in the army and served in the artillery unit under Patton in Germany at the Battle of the Bulge.[1] He was also proficient and playing Pool and Poker.


  1. Cover, Genii Magazine, Vol. 49, No. 6, December 1985, Louis St. Pierre, Jr., page 377