Jeff "Magnus"  McBride

Jeff "Magnus" McBride, named Magician of the Year by The Magic Castle in Los Angeles, three-time winner at the International Grand Prix of Magic in Monte Carlos, is recognized as a foremost innovator in contemporary magic. His magic performance art combines mime, masks, Kabuki Theatre, world-class sleight of hand and grand illusion to create a completely unique performance experience. New York Times columnist Glenn Collins writes, "What Mr. McBride gives his audiences is a mesmerizing performance...a magic show that is at once a celebration of mystery and a struggle to understand powerful forces."

McBride is a regular headliner at casino showrooms in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, and has been seen on every major US television network. For several years, he headlined at Caesars Magical Empire in Las Vegas, where he was voted critics' choice as Best Magician in Las Vegas. Jeff played the role of Joran on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, a role designed for him and utilizing masks he created for the occasion. He's a three-time winner of the World Magic Award. Most recently he has been a special guest on A&E's Mindfreak, and the subject of the Canadian TV documentary Jeff McBride: A Magickal Life on the "Enigma" series. He holds Guinness World Records in three categories. He runs the McBride Magic & Mystery School in Las Vegas, and has created some of the best selling teaching videos in the world of magic. In addition, he is a popular lecture and workshop leader for both magicians and corporate audiences around the world. With his wife, Abbi Spinner, he hosts transformational fire circle events around the world.


















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