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Victor de Lille

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Victor de Lille
BornVictor-Bonnaventure-Antoine Goujon
France

Flourished1830s-1850s

Victor de Lille (fl. 1830s-1850s) was the stage name of the professional magician Victor-Bonnaventure-Antoine Goujon. Also known as "Mon. Adrien", "Mons. Adrian", and "Mons. Adrean", he was the son of magician Adrien de Lille (Adrean Goujon, fl. 1820s).

Biography

In 1838, Victor played the Strand in London, England and Boston in America. He was still performing a ventriloquist act in France as late as 1859.

He was the father of "Adrian Delille" (June 22,1833-July 18,1915) and "Louise Delille" (fl. 1850s-1980s).[1] [2]

References

  1. https://www.magictricks.com/mons-adrian.html
  2. Who's Who in Magic: An International Biographical Guide From Past to Present by Bart Whaley (1990)