Comedy/Magician Justin Willman
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18 & over
Two drink minimum
All showtimes are subject to change
Ellen Degeneres Show
Host Of "Cupcake Wars"
The Los Angeles Times calls Justin Willman, “a new breed of magician who’s making magic cool again for grown-ups.” From his monthly sell-out shows in the back of a trendy LA comic book shop to huge theaters and music venues across the country, Justin has become one of the busiest touring performers in America. His comedy-flavored miracles have earned him a devoted cult following as well as frequent television appearances on The Ellen Degeneres Show and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Sweet-toothed frosting fans will recognize Justin as the magical host of Cupcake Wars on the Food Network for the past nine seasons, but his greatest trick to date was receiving a standing ovation from President Obama following a private performance at the White House. How did he do it? Magnets.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Justin began entertaining at the age of 12. After breaking both of his arms trying to ride a bicycle while wearing rollerblades (a hopeless attempt to impress girls), he started learning card tricks as an alternative to physical therapy. Nicknamed by his mother as “Justin Kredible”, he officially turned pro when his parents hired him to perform at his sister’s fifth birthday party. (He still has not been paid for the gig.)
Justin is a graduate of Emerson College in Boston, and currently resides in Los Angeles. He does not own a rabbit.
The Tonight Show
Comedian/Magician Justin Willman is a hit in the alternative comedy scene and is currently on tour with his new live show, Fake Believe. Among his numerous TV appearances, Justin has become a regular guest on The Tonight Show, The Ellen Show, and @Midnight on Comedy Central, and his hit web series, Magic Meltdown led to his upcoming Nerdist produced Comedy Central pilot, Sleight of Mouth with Justin Willman, airing March 23. His live performances have sold-out Largo (LA), Moontower Comedy Festival (Austin), Bumbershoot (Seattle), Sketchfest (San Francisco) and he is a staple performer at The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail. His greatest trick yet, however, was receiving a standing ovation from President Obama, following a private performance at the White House. How did he do it? Magnets.