Steve Wyrick

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Steve Wyrick
Born May 12, 1970
Garland, Texas
Occupation Illusionist, magician

Steve Wyrick (born May 12, 1970) is an American magician from Garland, Texas who is currently headlining in Branson, Missouri at the 2,000-seat The White House Theatre where his new $10 million production opened in June 2015. Wyrick is best known for performing as a headliner in Las Vegas, Nevada for more than 15 years, having starred at Planet Hollywood Resort/Casino, Aladdin Casino, Sahara Casino, and at the Las Vegas Hilton. He was featured in The World's Greatest Magic series on NBC in the 1990s. Awards include the prestigious Merlin Award as Magician of the Year for the International Magicians Society, the world's largest magic organization.[1] Wyrick also headlined for multi-month perfrmances in Atlantic City at Harrah's Casino and at the Golden Nugget Resort

Wyrick has appeared on a variety of television shows, including appearances on Late Night with David Letterman, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The History Channel, and VH1's Celebracadabra. Wyrick also appeared on TLC's American Chopper with the Teutel Family of Orange County Choppers, when they presented Wyrick with a custom-made chopper dubbed "SW1000" in honor of Wyrick's 1,000th performance at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.


  1. ^ Merlin Award Recipients International Magicians Society/no date noted

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