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Manila, Philippine


Ramazan, after touring Asia, came to New York to study at the National Academy of Art, where he won numerous awards for his paintings.

As a magician he performed from close-up to full evening shows and apparently at swank Hollywood parties with top movie stars in the audience. At least according to agent Edward Ugast who wrote the cover story for the February 1946 issue of Genii. He marketed a number of tricks within Genii magazine that year.[1]

Not much more seems to have been written about him in magic periodicals.


  1. Cover Genii 1946 February