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There is a safe spot within every tornado. My job is to find it.
– David Copperfield
I need a form of escape even when I’m working really hard.
You have to learn certain skills to present magic.
Magic really helped me.
If I was gay, why would I hide it?
No self-respecting gay guy would have ever made some of the hair and clothing choices I am still trying to live down.
I act like I’m 14, if you haven’t figured that out yet.
It is the unspoken ethic of all magicians to not reveal the secrets.
I have always been interested in pushing magic forward.
I was an only child. We were so poor, my parents and I had the same room.
I find revealing the secrets of magic quite reprehensible.
For my father, being kind was natural… I have to really work at it. I love competing and winning, conquest – not words you usually associate with kindness.
I am fortunate to have the resources to have many methods to do each of my illusions.
Demonic figures and occult themes have disappeared from modern magic.
My show is constantly evolving… new tricks are added, old ones are dropped… so it stays fresh. But it’s the randomly selected participants from the audience that make it fresh and provide some of the best comic relief.
Magic came very easy for me when I was a kid. When I was 8 years old I started doing it, and by the time I was 12, I was already published in magic books.
When you’re a guy and meet a girl the first time, you do whatever it takes.
Magicians lose the opportunity to experience a sense of wonder.
It’s okay for me to be gay, but God didn’t make me that way.
Magic is my paint.
I’m really trying hard not to do anything that has been done before. So knowing everything I can about the legacy of magic challenges my team and I to invent new illusions.
Never stop listening to your audience.
For me to grow, I have to know about the foundation that came before.
I’m just waiting for people to start asking me to make the rain disappear.
I really did sneak into Broadway shows, starting when I was 12.
The real secret of magic lies in the performance.