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Robert Gallup


Robert Gallup is an American illusionist who starred on the Fox network television special "Gallup Extreme Magic: Challenge of the Death Dive"


Gallup is a California native and grew up in Santa Barbara. He received his first magic set at the age of five and began earning about $50.00 a week by the age of ten performing magic at birthday parties. His first television appearance was on ABC’s show That’s Incredible!. He then auditioned and was excepted into the Magic Castle’s Junior Society.

Gallup became on of the youngest person ever to put together a "main room" Las Vegas-style revue, serving as producer, director, casting agent, production coordinator, lighting director and pyrotechnician for a show that included a cast and crew of 22.[1]

Notable Illusions



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