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Bertram performed for 19 continuous seasons  at Toronto's famous Royal York Hotel until 1953, was a regular TV guest in both variety and chat shows, illustrated crooked gambling techniques and was featured in the [[Stars of Magic]] series.
 
Bertram performed for 19 continuous seasons  at Toronto's famous Royal York Hotel until 1953, was a regular TV guest in both variety and chat shows, illustrated crooked gambling techniques and was featured in the [[Stars of Magic]] series.
  

Revision as of 01:22, 14 October 2010

Ross Bertram (1912 - 1992) was a pioneer in the field of trade show magic.

Ross Bertram
BornJohn Ross Bertram
July 25, 1912
Toronto, Canada
DiedJune 12, 1992 (age 79)
CategoriesBooks by Ross Bertram

Bertram performed for 19 continuous seasons at Toronto's famous Royal York Hotel until 1953, was a regular TV guest in both variety and chat shows, illustrated crooked gambling techniques and was featured in the Stars of Magic series.

Ross was a confidant of Dai Vernon, Dr. Jacob Daley, and Francis Carlyle.

Fellow Canadian David Ben's formative years were spent under the tutelage of Mr. Bertram.

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