Magician, Actor, Writer, Director
Place of Birth
Scott possesses the ability of superior close-up, parlor and stage skills. His trademark was a grey suit and red bow tie, and is a specialist in the field of comedy magic.
At the age of 15, Scott was one of the youngest people to be accepted by the prestigious Magic Castle in Hollywood.
Born September 22, in California, Scott Cervine was enamored with magic at a very early age. At fifteen years old, he auditioned for, and was accepted as, an apprentice at the world-renowned Magic Castle in Hollywood.
He studied with the finest magicians in the world for seven years. At the age of 20, he was accepted as a full fledged member of the Academy of Magical Arts and quickly became one of their most popular performers.
Scott soon realized he also had a flair for comedy and began to study with groups such as “Second City” and “The Groundlings.” He decided to incorporate what he was learning into his magic and the result has been his most successful show to date, the highlight of which is a parody of his own award-winning act.
He traveled the globe as a comedian and magician, performing with such legends as Jim Carey, Dennis Miller and Jay Leno.
Siegfried and Roy have awarded him for his unique combination of comedy and magic.
He has appeared on numerous television programs, both nationally and internationally and has performed in over a dozen countries, including the prestigious Winter Garten Theatre in Germany, the Futurist Theatre in England, and the International Theatre in Tokyo.
Scott has also become a favorite in the corporate arena; he has made CDs appear for MCA Music; his watch mysteriously disappeared and then reappeared on his wrist for Seiko; he even produced over five pounds of chocolate out of thin air for Nestle Corporation, just to name a few.
As a result of his magic, Scott has garnered numerous awards for his act, including Magic Entertainer Of The Year (2 years in succession), Magic Olympics Gold Medal, and Achievement Award from the Academy of Magical Arts.
In 1993, Scott and friend Craig Thomas created "XTV," a multimedia show incorporating video, film and live performance.
By casting his magic into his movies, Scott has earned numerous awards, including the Mark Goodson video award and an American Film Institute Award.
Scott wrote, directed and stared in two features, 'Never Alone' and 'Escape' from Orion, winner of the Digital Maverick Film Festival Audience Choice Award. Scott is a sought after director and editor throughout the film community.
His unprecedented amount of respect among his clients and peers, garnered a successful career of writing, directing and editing nearly twenty films to date.
Information credit: EaglesTalent.com, NealDonaldWalsch, Encyclopedia of magic and Magicians.
For more information, visit Scott Cervine's Official Website.
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