|Born||February 24, 1902|
|Died||October 5, 1949 (age 47) |
Stuart Ross (1902-1949) was a professional magician who played both schools and theaters largely in Northern Michigan and Wisconsin area.
In early 1930s, he teamed with another Magician named Lieber.
He did club work in Miami, Florida for several winters and made one tour of South America doing shows. He featured "Vanishing Pigeons" along with small props and his own sleight-of-hand specialties.
Ross had an early part in shaping the Tarbell Course at its earliest inception.
Death was due to a cancerous condition which, caused him to cancel a tour in the spring of 1949.