Johnny Aladdin (b. 1919)
Johnny Aladdin, aka John "Jack" Randall, is an American illusionist and hypnotist who was a student of Tenkai Ishida, from which he mastered the art of manipulation.
Through Tenkai he met his first wife and stage partner Taki, then also with second wife and assistant Lani Aladdin.
Aladdin toured around the world performing greatly in the Far East. There, he owned a talent agency with between 200 and 300 employees.
In the US, he frequently performed in Las Vegas and at the famous Magic Castle.
As a hypnotists, he made a fabulous living performing his version of the "Dr Q hypnosis show," an act that was written for the Thayer Magic Studio by Ormond McGill in the late 1940's.
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