Allen Falkner

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Allen Falkner
Born Charles Allen Huff II
(1969-04-17) April 17, 1969 (age 48)
Residence Dallas, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Body Piercer, Suspension Practitioner, Performance Artist, Lecturer, Teacher

Allen Falkner (born April 17, 1969) is founder of TSD, the first suspension group. He is often referred to as the Father of Modern Suspension and is considered the first to bring body suspension to the mainstream.[1]

Falkner is also professional body piercer with a long and established history (he was one of the first apprentices of Fakir Musafar), as well as a multi-faceted body artist.

Falkner was formerly married to model and performer Masuimi Max.

He was hired to help realize the body suspension stunt of Criss Angel for his TV show Mindfreak in which he was suspended in suicide position from a helicopter flying over the mountains in the Valley of Fire.

He also appeared in the movie Modify.


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