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Oscar Munoz

Cover of Genii (2002)
BornOscar René Muñoz, Jr.
October 27, 1963
Texas

Oscar Munoz is an American magician, 1999 winner of the "Gold Cups" award from the International Brotherhood of Magicians organization. He is also a charter member and past head of "Ring 269" in Texas.

In 2015 he was the Guest of Honor at Obie's FFFF Convention (The Original Close-Up Magic Convention).

Awards

  • 1999, IBM "Gold Cups" winner (1st place)[1]
  • November 1997, 1st place, both parlor & stage competitions, Texas Association of Magicians (TAOM)
  • 1992, Closeup competition, Texas Association of Magicians
  • Texas Top Magician Award
  • 2002 SAM Awards:
    • Close-up
    • Chairperson's Award for highest score[2]
    • Jim Zee Award for Close-Up Magic


Works

"The Magic within you"

References

  1. https://web.archive.org/web/20080724042223/http://www.magicwebchannel.com/conventionscol1.html
  2. http://www.magictimes.com/archives/2002/2002-07_08-14.htm
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