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Illusionist / Magician
|Jackpot Magazine calls
Aaron Radatz "The next David Copperfield". Bally's
Casino exclaims, "Aaron Radatz's magic was unique and very
polished." General Motors Corporation raved, "His
ability to capture an audience is masterful!"
the newest star to hit the magic entertainment scene, has worked
with the masters of magic and illusion: David Copperfield, Harry
Blackstone Jr. and
Burton. Radatz, one of the only magicians to have apprenticed with
the great Harry Blackstone Jr., had Blackstone, his mentor,
proclaiming, "I would recommend Aaron without reservation."
At the young age of 18, Radatz's
expertise and devotion to his craft provided him with a global
audience, center stage performance with DaimlerChrysler Corporation,
entertaining at their New Car Announcement show in San Francisco, CA.
Two years later Radatz earned the title of being the youngest magician
to headline a casino production.
From the earliest moments of his
professional career, Radatz attracted clients who were leaders in
their industry including Bally's Casino, General Motors Corporation,
Cedar Point Amusement Park, and Holland America Cruise Line.
Performing in North America, Europe
and the Middle East, Radatz is the only magician who has been
by the U.S. Pentagon for a command performance for the U.S.
military. His dedication to the troops in the armed forces has
earned him several international awards, including the
Commander's Coin of Excellence and the Scroll of
Appreciation of Honor and Admiration.
Radatz was also chosen to represent the
U.S.A. at the World Magic Seminar in Las Vegas. Within the last year
alone, Radatz and his team have toured over 20 U.S. states and 14
humanitarian efforts are exemplary. Each month he donates a show
to a charitable cause in the city where he is performing.
Make-A-Wish Foundation enthusiastically proclaimed, "This
show went above and beyond all of our expectations and was
absolutely outstanding." Radatz's love of exotic animals
and his fundraising efforts in that area (his current tour
features Bella, a beautiful Bengal tiger) have placed him in the
spotlight for animal rights and protection.
Aaron started performing at the young
age of six and quickly turned his grand-mother's gift of a magic
set into a full time hobby. Aaron,
only child, found magic to be a great way to not only entertain
others but also himself. Up until the age of 14, he kept his magic
to only family and friends. Aaron then began performing for
various schools, organizations, and private parties. He stayed
focused on his craft and started to set long term goals for his
Aaron Radatz's breathtaking
magic and innovative illusions continue to capture the imagination of
audiences worldwide, performing over four hundred shows each year. At
a recent press conference Radatz was quoted, "My magic strives
to tell a story, create mystery and comedy, and most importantly, give
you that sense of wonder and awe."
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