Here we have the best Magician Quotes from famous authors such as Andy Dick, Michael Carbonaro, Rene Burri, Orson Welles, Derren Brown. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
My mother‘s dad dropped out of the eighth grade to work. He had to. By the time he was 30, he was a master electrician, plumber, carpenter, mason, mechanic. That guy was, to me, a magician. Anything that was broken, he could fix. Anybody anywhere in our community knew that if there was a problem, Carl was there to fix it.
Drew was a director, and I’m a magician.
My best friend in medical school was a magician. And we were shown an X-ray of a sword-swallower, and I tried it and failed. Then I got a sword-swallower as a patient, and he taught me.
There’s something a bit embarrassing about saying you’re a magician. It immediately suggests all these horrendous cliches, let alone that you’re a grown-up doing a child‘s job.
When the audience enjoys your performance, you feel like a magician who is doing magic. It’s a great feeling!
I never wanted to be a magician. I never wanted to be a comedian. I never wanted to be onstage.
People have expectations of me but I’m not a magician.
I want to bring magic back to where it started, which is not about the props, and it’s not about me as a magician: it’s about the audience and playing with their minds and playing with their perception of magic and having fun with it.
As a magician or anyone fascinated by magic, the Houdini story is a really impressive one.
Once people enjoy what I do, I don’t mind if they call me a magician or an illusionist or a hypnotist, entertainer, comedian, whatever people want to call me. I’m comfortable with all of the above, so I don’t really mind at all what people want to call me.
I’m rereading Jenny Offill’s ‘Dept. of Speculation.’ I love it, and she’s just a magician. Line by line and paragraph by paragraph, it’s mesmerizing and so intricately plotted and so nimble.
I beg you I no magician. I can’t just wave a magic wand.
When you talk to an author – to any artist, really – you learn something about how they do what they do. I’ve never come away from that kind of experience feeling disillusioned, as if the magician had explained his tricks. I always find a greater appreciation for the form.
I was considered a comedy magician. And – how do I put this without sounding egotistical? – it didn’t take me long to realize that comedy magicians usually couldn’t do comedy or magic.