Sylvester the Jester
SYLVESTER THE JESTER (Los Angeles, CA) is a world famous, comedy magician, inventor and artist whose surreal blend of Cartoonish visual comedy and innovative magic has garnered several prestigious awards and made him a frequent guest on TV shows around the world and cemented him in high category of one the top acts in both magic and comedy world.
In the annual International festival of magic in Monte Carlo, which was televised on ABC's "Champions of Magic II", the climax of the show was when before and audience of nearly a thousand people including the Royal family of Monaco and millions of TV viewers. Princess Stephanie awarded both the Grand Prize and "the people choice award!" to Sylvester the Jester.
He has had hundreds of stage and television appearances, including NBC’s "World's Wildest Magic," Jerry Lewis's Muscular Dystrophy Telethon and The Discovery Channel’s "More Science of Magic." He has performed in multiple Las Vegas shows including opening for The Amazing Johnathan, and appearing at Caesar’s Magical Empire. He also produces a series of magic products, and has been credited with creating the illustrations for various magic publications, such as the cover for The Amazing Johnathan's Every Trick in the Book, and the poster for John Carney's "Mr. Mysto" act. In 1996, he also created a prop for the television show, "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch." He has been featured on the cover of several magic and culture-related magazines, such as the September 1998 issue of Magic. Performing in multiple languages, Sylvester has been the guest of many countries. Touring the world he has likewise been warmly received on TV shows and in theaters across the planet where he has been touted as one of the most inspiring and original acts in the history of magic.