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Steve Wyrick

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Steve Wyrick

Steve Wyrick (born 1976) is an American magician, best known for performing as a headliner in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has been featured in The World's Greatest Magic series on NBC in the 1990s.


Wyrick had been the resident headliner at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino (previously the Aladdin Hotel and Casino) in Las Vegas, in a theater that bears his name. The theater cost $34 million to build and seats a maximum of 435. His show featured a full size AS350 helicopter, a Pure Steel motorcycle and a 12-ton Lear Jet 35. The show is entitled "Real Magic" and is performed twice nightly. He also appeared on the David Letterman show, exhibiting his "blades of death" illusion.

Steve has been awarded a Merlin Award as Magician of the Year for the International Magicians Society.

Wyrick appeared on television, including Late Night with David Letterman, The Ellen Show, the History Channel, TLC, and VH1's Celebracadabra. Wyrick also appeared on TLC's American Chopper with the Teutel Family of Orange County Chopppers, when they presented Wyrick with a custom-made chopper dubbed "SW1000" in honor of Wyrick's 1,000 performance at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.


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