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  1. C. Thomas Howell

    C.Thomas Howell, also known as "Tommy", has an impressive list of credits to his name. As an established Actor, Writer, Director, Producer, TV Host and Radio Personality, Howell is recognized as a Hollywood favorite. At a young age, he graced the silver screen in Steven Spielberg's "E.T. The Extraterrestrial", Francis Ford Coppola's "The Outsiders", "The Hitcher", "Red Dawn", "Soul Man" and many others. More recently, his film credits include roles in "Hidalgo" & H.G. Wells "War of the Worlds". Howell also directed and stars in "War of the Worlds ll" which is out now.

    His TV credits include a recurring role as Barry Landes on the hit show "24" as well as a guest starring role on "ER". He is hosting and executive producing "Hillbilly Deluxe" which premieres on CMT this summer. C.Thomas Howell is currently living in Los Angeles, CA with his wife Sylvie and their 3 children - daughter Isabelle and sons Dashiell and Liam.

  2. Carnie Wilson

    Carnie Wilson, daughter of legendary Beach Boy founder, Brian Wilson, has a varied career as a singer, songwriter, actress and TV talk show host. As a member of Wilson Phillips, Carnie achieved unparalleled first album success, selling ten million albums with three #1 hit singles, including the song entitled "Hold On." In 1996, Carnie hosted her own nationally syndicated TV talk show entitled "Carnie." She has continued her career in acting, television, talk shows, pictures, voiceovers and songwriting. Most recently Carnie starred in the 2008 CMT TV series "GONE COUNTRY" and will be featured in a spin off series that will air later this year on CMT.

  3. Rocco Silano

    Legendary magician Harry Blackstone Jr. described Rocco Silano as "The epitome of real magic". With movie star good looks, Rocco carries with him all of the elements so crucial for "extraordinary magic". Poise, wit, charisma, and a European style of charm that is totally disarming, along with impeccable sleight of hand. This Paterson, NJ native says his magic career really began when he won the Golden Lion Award for stage and close-up magic from Siegfried & Roy at the Las Vegas Desert Seminar in 1986.  Rocco is a two-time winner of the coveted Manhattan Association of Cabarets Award, and has been nominated nine times as "Magician of the Year" by the Academy of Magical Arts (the governing body of the Magic Castle) in four different categories. Rocco is the only American to win awards at two FISM (Federacion Internacional Societes de Magique) World Tournaments, the most prestigious Magic Organization in the World: 1994 in Yokohama, Japan, and "Most Original Act" in 2006 in Stockholm, Sweden. Rocco has literally performed his way around the world for such luminaries as Michael Jackson, Muhammed Ali and Howard Stern. Rocco is also the co-creator of D'lite, the number one selling magic trick in the history of magic.

  4. Lisa Ann Walter

    Best known for her fan-favorite performances of Chessy in "The Parent Trap" and Bobbie (The Bobbinator) in the Richard Gere/Jennifer Lopez starrer, "Shall We Dance" - LISA ANN WALTER was trained in classical theater at The Catholic University of America which led to Regional/Dinner/Children's/Off-Broadway theater, internship at the prestigious Arena Stage and ultimately - of course! ...stand-up comedy.
    Hollywood pursued Lisa Ann and her brand of brash, sexy "Momedy", which resulted in her creating, producing and starring in several sit-coms including ABC's ode to the working Mother, "Life's Work". She immensely enjoyed her starring role as news-producer, Rachel Glass in the critically acclaimed, "Breaking News" and working with Jim Carrey and Jen Aniston in "Bruce Almighty" as well as the great Steven Spielberg-directed "War of the Worlds" and is currently cornering the market on playing Milf-y, bitter divorcees in "Nip/Tuck" and "Drillbit Taylor" starring Owen Wilson.

    Miss Walter - as she insists on being called when producing/directing is proud of the success of her web-sensation, "Gonzo Girlz", her all-girl comedy DVD, "The Naughty Show" and her new production - the reality series "Dance Your Ass Off".

    She is most proud, however, of her 6-ft. tall, handsome son, her gorgeous daughter and her 7 year old identical twin, maniac boys...And the fact that her stomach is still reasonably flat after being the clown car they all came out of.

  5. Chris Reid

    Christopher Reid, formerly the rapper known as Kid, is best known as one half of late-1980s/early-1990s hip hop musical act Kid 'n Play. Reid has appeared on a number of television programs, including Martin and Sister, Sister, and has also served as the host of amateur contest shows such as Your Big Break and It's Showtime at the Apollo. Reid tours as a stand-up comedian.

  6. Silly Billy

    Silly Billy (David Kaye) is considered by many in the magic community to be the best in the country at entertaining children with magic. He has been named Best Children's Entertainer in New York by five different New York magazines. In addition, he was profiled in the New Yorker and has appeared on Late Show with David Letterman. His client list includes parents Bruce Springsteen, Susan Sarandon, Madonna, and Eddie Murphy.

  7. David Regal

    David Regal is a writer, performer and magician. Originally from New England, he moved to New York where he joined the main company of Chicago City Limits for over 2000 performances. After moving to Los Angeles, he began writing for television, eventually becoming the showrunner for the classic animated show Rugrats, then segued to writing for the living, where he wrote for numerous sitcoms, including the famous "Canister" episode of Everybody Loves Raymond. An author of books for the magic fraternity, David is a frequent and award-winning performer at Hollywood's Magic Castle, where he was elected to the board of trustees. As of this writing he is nominated for both Close-up Magician of the year and Parlour Magician of the year.

  8. Derek Hughes

    The New York Times called Derek Hughes "Thoroughly Entertaining!" and Time Out New York honored him with "Critic's Pick" for the off Broadway production of his original one man show Necromance: a Night of Conjuration, at Dixon Place Theater.

    HBO invited Derek to perform his unique brand of comedy and magic at the US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen Colorado and his stand up comedy has been featured on the NBC series, Late Friday. Derek worked as a head writer and cast member on MTV's Room 401, produced by Ashton Kutcher's production company Katalyst Films.

  9. Simon Lovell

    Simon Lovell started learning card effects at the age of four and it became a lifelong passion. After a time as a card cheat and con man he parlayed his skills into that of a highly successful entertainer using both his skills and comedy to enthrall audiences worldwide. He has created many efects, written books, and produced DVDs for other magicians including the popular book "How to Cheat at Everything". He currently resides in NYC performing his long running one-man Off-Broadway show "Strange and Unusual Hobbies."

  10. Jeff McBride

    You've seen him on A&E's MindFreak, on Star Trek - Deep Space 9 and as a featured performer in magic specials on every major TV network - now "Judge Jeff" is back on VH1's Celebracadabra! Known as a foremost innovator in the world of magic, McBride's unique combination of masks, mime and high-skill dramatic magic has won awards around the world, including being named Magician of the Year by Hollywood's famed Magic Castle. He is the founder of the McBride Magic & Mystery School, based in Las Vegas, and is a regular headliner in casino showrooms, theaters, arts festivals and special events worldwide. His teaching videos have introduced a whole generation of magicians to the joys of skill-based magic, and are consistent best-sellers.

  11. Murray SawChuck

    Murray has exploded onto the entertainment scene with the charisma, personality, and talent of a natural born star! You can't miss this World Champion Magician with over 24 awards, with his signature electric blonde hair, black framed Armani glasses, and his contagious smile. He is the only one in the world that invented magic with Compact Discs. It was his signature for years before he got into television, comedy and hosting shows. He has done 4 world tours and has made 100's of Television appearances worldwide... As one of the youngest headliners on the Las Vegas strip playing the Frontier, Flamingo, Planet Hollywood, and MGM Grand Hotels... along with being voted Playgirl's Hot Guy of the Month... He is a host on the Vegas Entertainment Network and you have seen him on CBS's Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, Blinde Date, and Comedy Central's 'Reno 911'... "He's the Denise the Menace of Magic!"

  12. Hal Sparks

    Actor/comedian Hal Sparks began his professional career as a teenager in Chicago. As a member of the famed Second City Troupe, his quick wit and affable personality quickly gained him recognition and acclaim. In 1987 he was named the "Funniest Teenager In Chicago" by the Chicago Sun Times. After a successful run with Second City, Sparks moved to Los Angeles and, from 1999 -- 2000, was the host of the Emmy Award-winning "Talk Soup" on E! Entertainment Television, winning rave reviews from fans and critics alike. For five seasons, he starred on the hit Showtime series "Queer As Folk" and his keen knowledge of pop culture landed him a leading role as a commentator on the hit VH1 "I Love the 80's" series. His numerous television appearances include "The Tonight Show," "Larry King Live," "Charlie Rose," "Good Morning America," and "The View." Sparks has appeared on the big screen in the box office smash "Spiderman 2" and "Dude, Where's My Car?" He is also the lead singer for the band "Zero 1" who released their debut album in 2007.

  13. Jonathan Levit

    It all started with a magic trick at the age of 8 -- Jonathan Levit has been amazing people and making them laugh ever since. Originally from New York, and having lived all over the world, with his roots firmly established in magic, he made the move to Los Angeles in 1997. He had his first shot at acting when he landed a starring role on "The X-Files." From there he co-starred in films such as "Tortilla Heaven," "Unspeakable," "Val Val" and "War of the Worlds II" and hosted tv series Green Wheels, Wired Next Fest and Miracle Hunters. In addition to bringing his first love of magic as host and judge of Celebracadabra, Jonathan can also be seen hosting Green With Envy on the Fine Living network and Paranormal U.S.A. on A&E Biography Channel in 2008.

  14. Max Maven

    Orson Welles wrote that Max Maven has "the most original mind in magic." Fortuitously, he died before he could revise that opinion. The New York Times observed that Max's "category-defying mind-reading show veers into conceptual art." People magazine hailed his "new form of participatory theater." The Los Angeles Times stated that his "improvisational skill is enhanced by a charismatic animal magnetism," whatever that means. Apparently, audiences in over 30 countries agree. His television credits include hosting eight specials in Japan (performing in Japanese), and starring in series in Taiwan, Sweden, Norway, Finland, England and Canada. Behind the scenes, Max has been a consultant for most of the top names in contemporary magic, and an advisor on over 100 television shows. He's published approximately 2,000 articles, tricks and essays, and now he is very tired.