Cover of Genii (2002)
|Born||Oscar René Muñoz, Jr.|
October 27, 1963
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).
- 1999, IBM "Gold Cups" winner (1st place)
- 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:
- Chairperson's Award for highest score
- Jim Zee Award for Close-Up Magic
"The Magic within you"
- ↑ https://web.archive.org/web/20080724042223/http://www.magicwebchannel.com/conventionscol1.html
- ↑ http://www.magictimes.com/archives/2002/2002-07_08-14.htm
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- Official website
- IBM Ring 269 website
- Magic Times, July 9, 2002
- Cover, Genii Magazine, Vol. 65, No. 7, July 2002, Oscar Muñoz – The Long and Winding Road, by David Groves, page 28
- Cover, The Linking Ring, 84, No, 10, October 2004, Our Cover, Oscar Muñoz, by Rolando Santos, page 41; Oscar Munoz – A Magical Entertainer, Faster Then the Speed of Light! by Roda Grubb, page 42