Alan Shaxon (28 December 1933 - 27 October 2012) was a professional magician and a former president of The Magic Circle. He specialised in cabaret performances and was billed as one of England's foremost magicians.
The Magic Circle gave Shaxon its highest award, "The Maskelyne", for services to British Magic. His television appearances have been seen by millions and he cruised the world in cabaret on the finest luxury liners, and entertained on four occasions at Buckingham Palace.
Alan died on the 27th October 2012 following a short illness.
- "Alan Shaxon - Obituaries". The Stage. Retrieved 2012-11-27.