“America’s Got Talent” magician who’s transformed his assistant into a giant tiger and made a 1918 steam train disappear in a flash
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How Murray “Celebrity Magician” first appeared on the national scene: made a 1918 steam train disappear in a flash on America’s Got Talent in front of millions of viewers, conjured a Ferrari from thin air, and transformed his assistant into a giant tiger
Where else you’ve seen him: on the History Channel’s Pawn Stars as the magic expert, Brain Games, TLC, the CW’s Masters of Illusion, and tons of other television programs, plus millions of views across YouTube and Facebook
His trademark style: like a live-action cartoon where magic and comedy collide, ramping up the mayhem with audience participation to the point of no control before tipping over into the realm of jaw-dropping illusion and laughs
Which makes him, in his own words: “the ‘Dennis the Menace’ of magic”