Magicorp @ Concept Artists
DAVID COPPERFIELD

ABOUT

About

David Copperfield has been hailed by audiences and critics alike as the greatest magician in the world.

  • He’s the first living illusionist to be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • He has been named Magician of the Century and Magician of the Millennium.
  • He’s won over 21 Emmy awards for his groundbreaking television specials.
  • Year after year he continues to tour sold-out arenas throughout the world.
  • Oprah Winfrey calls David Copperfield, "The greatest illusionist of our time."
  • He holds 11 Guinness World Records and has sold more tickets than any other solo entertainer in history, with ticket sales in the billions—more than Frank Sinatra, more than Michael Jackson, more than Elvis.

David has had the invaluable experience of performing daily in front of a live audience, allowing him to develop the spontaneity and love of live performance that has him performing up to four shows a day, and doing over 500 performances every year.

"It takes at least 2 years to develop illusions and some of them take even longer,” says David. “I love to challenge my team and myself by pushing the envelope and working on new methods and ideas. I don't always take the easiest route. Sometimes, the ultimate solution requires months of brainstorming, miniatures and mock-ups, and testing just to make an idea a reality."

He has forever changed the future of his art and shown that there are no limits; David Copperfield’s magic is as vast as the imagination.

CREDITS

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  • He’s the first living illusionist to be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • He has been named Magician of the Century and Magician of the Millennium.
  • He’s won over 21 Emmy awards for his groundbreaking television specials.
  • Year after year he continues to tour sold-out arenas throughout the world.
  • Oprah Winfrey calls David Copperfield, "The greatest illusionist of our time."
  • He holds 11 Guinness World Records and has sold more tickets than any other solo entertainer in history, with ticket sales in the billions—more than Frank Sinatra, more than Michael Jackson, more than Elvis.