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[[Noel Maskelyne]] (?- August 23, 1976) was born in England to [[Nevil Maskelyne]] along with his brother of [[Jasper Maskelyne]].  He started out as an electrical engineer, then joined the Maskelyne company after his father died.  
 
[[Noel Maskelyne]] (?- August 23, 1976) was born in England to [[Nevil Maskelyne]] along with his brother of [[Jasper Maskelyne]].  He started out as an electrical engineer, then joined the Maskelyne company after his father died.  
  
Between 1926 and 1933 at St. George's Hall, among other illusions he presented the Uncanny Woman, Spirit Paintings, Telescript, and wrote a magical sketch entitled "Kang Hi Vase".
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Between 1926 and 1933 at [[St. George's Hall]], among other illusions he presented the Uncanny Woman, Spirit Paintings, Telescript, and wrote a magical sketch entitled "Kang Hi Vase".
  
 
His own death brought the end to the Maskelyne magic dynasty, as the last surviving male magician of the Maskelyne family. Although his sister Mary (Mrs. Sterndale Bennett) survived until March 10, 2000 also performed with him during the St. George Hall days.
 
His own death brought the end to the Maskelyne magic dynasty, as the last surviving male magician of the Maskelyne family. Although his sister Mary (Mrs. Sterndale Bennett) survived until March 10, 2000 also performed with him during the St. George Hall days.
  
 
[[Category:Biographies|Maskelyn, Noel]]
 
[[Category:Biographies|Maskelyn, Noel]]

Revision as of 21:54, 9 October 2008

Noel Maskelyne (?- August 23, 1976) was born in England to Nevil Maskelyne along with his brother of Jasper Maskelyne. He started out as an electrical engineer, then joined the Maskelyne company after his father died.

Between 1926 and 1933 at St. George's Hall, among other illusions he presented the Uncanny Woman, Spirit Paintings, Telescript, and wrote a magical sketch entitled "Kang Hi Vase".

His own death brought the end to the Maskelyne magic dynasty, as the last surviving male magician of the Maskelyne family. Although his sister Mary (Mrs. Sterndale Bennett) survived until March 10, 2000 also performed with him during the St. George Hall days.