Archive for the 'Interview' Category

A Look At Kevin Li

Posted by Michael on October 30th, 2019
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Cal Poly Pomona posted this profile of 2019 graduate and Penn and Teller Fool us alum Kevin Li.

Chamber Of Magicians: Franz Harary

Posted by Michael on October 23rd, 2019

Sir Lanka’s ITN currently is featuring a series called Chamber of Magicians which seems to include both magical performances and interviews with magicians. Franz Harary was recently featured on the program in this long form interview segment.

ITN posts the program on YouTube and you can see full episodes of Chamber of Magicians here.

PBS Features Hudson The Magician

Posted by Michael on October 14th, 2019

Lakeland, Minnesota’s PBS profiled Hudson the Magician as part of their In Business series. Magic is actually a second career for Hudson who spent years as a corporate executive before turning his passion into a business.

Derren Brown Talks to BUILD

Posted by Michael on September 24th, 2019

This video is a short preview of Derren Brown’s half hour conversation with BUILD. You can check out the full conversation over on the BUILD YouTube page.

Denny Corby Talks P&T: Fool Us

Posted by Michael on September 23rd, 2019

Denny Corby visited the WKYT studios last week to talk about his experiences on Penn & Teller’s: Fool Us, which is airing a new episode tonight on The CW (but not Denny’s episode).

What Makes A Real Magician?

Posted by Michael on September 11th, 2019

In this video from Scam Nation, Nate Staniforth catches up with Brian Brushwood as part of the Scam Nation American Magic series to discuss what makes a real magician, particularly in the modern era.

Kid Reporter Interviews Bill Cook

Posted by Michael on July 19th, 2019

Kids First reporter Katherine S. recently caught up with Chicago magician and Masters Of Illusion performer Bill Cook.

I got a chance to see Bill around the IBM/SAM convention in St. Louis a few years ago and he really is one of the friendliest guys in magic. Not surprised to see him taking time for a young reporter (who, by the way, is better than many of the small town reporters I have seen lately).

Have a great weekend, y’all!