Bill Abbott

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'''Bill Abbott''' (b.1973) is a Canadian professional magician.
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Abbott grew up in Toronto and started performing close-up at restaurants after graduating high school. He also did a formal show at a jazz club called the Senator.
 
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== Books ==
 
== Books ==
* Cabaret Card Magic (2008)  
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* [[Cabaret Card Magic]] (2008)  
* Cocktail Card Magic (2008)
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* [[Cocktail Card Magic]] (2008)
* Table Magic (2010)
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* [[Table Magic]] (2010)
  
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Revision as of 17:11, 15 May 2013

Bill Abbott
BornApril 13, 1973

NationalityCanadian
CategoriesBooks by Bill Abbott

Bill Abbott (b.1973) is a Canadian professional magician.

Abbott grew up in Toronto and started performing close-up at restaurants after graduating high school. He also did a formal show at a jazz club called the Senator.

In 2003, he started releasing products to the magic community and in 2006 he was sponsored into the invite only FFFF convention. [1][2]

Books

References

  1. http://www.billabbottmagic.com/online-store/MAGIC_article.html
  2. http://canadianmagiciansarchive.homestead.com/A.html


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