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March 14, 1979
|Partner(s)||Michelle Goh (2005-present)|
|Children||2 (Marchelin & Prince Maddix)|
Mahdi Moudini (born Mahdi moammer; March 14, 1979) is an Iranian illusionist best known for his stage and close-up magic around the world. He has been described as the most commercially demanded magician in Malaysia. Two of his latest wonder shows were the series of Magical Moudini  and levitation along the famous KL tower 
Mahdi studied magic under the tutelage of his grandfather and father who were both performing magicians in Iran. He began performing magic when he was 5 years old, holding shows in his home city of Karaj.
At the age of 18 he moved to Kuala Lumpur-Malaysia as the political situation in Tehran prohibited him in performing live stage magic. He is currently performing extensively in Malaysia and South-east Asia region.
Mahdi has received two Merlin awards from the International Magicians Society. He received the award of "Best Iranian Stage Magician 2012" for his stage magic performances and "Most Extreme Magician Asia 2013"  for his close-up magic involving snakes and fire.