Martin Daniels

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Martin Daniels (born 19 August 1963) is an English magician entertainer, and television and radio presenter.

The son of the late magician Paul Daniels, Martin Daniels appeared regularly on his father's television shows. His subsequent television roles include presenting two series of Game for a Laugh and Lingo.[1][2] He also appeared in five series of The Les Dennis Laughter Show.[1] He has performed five times on the Children's Royal Variety Show[1] and is a member of the Grand Order of Water Rats, which is the oldest and most exclusive theatrical fraternity in the world.[3]

After opening a club in the United States in 1989 he was declared bankrupt four years later.[2] He has since worked in radio, presenting a show for BBC Radio Lincolnshire, and performed in pantomime, and continues to perform magic on stage.[1][4]


  1. ^ a b c d "Could it be magic? Martin Daniels joins Radio Lincolnshire", BBC, 28 March 2006. Retrieved 12 July 2015
  2. ^ a b Pukas, Anna (2009) "So Paul, where did all the family magic go?", Daily Express, 23 June 2009. Retrieved 12 July 2015
  3. ^ "Biography of a Water Rat". 
  4. ^ Whitehead, Harriet (2014) "Magician Martin Daniels in Brigg tonight", Scunthorpe Telegraph, 12 September 2014. Retrieved 12 July 2015

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