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Robert Baxt

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Robert Baxt
BornRobert Baxt
1964
Brooklyn, New York City

NationalityAmerican
Known forComedy Magician
AwardsFISM Trophy for Comedy Magic, First Prize Gold Medal Stage Competition National IBM Convention
Websitewww.robertbaxt.com

Robert Baxt, well known Comedy Magician, actor, comedian, and writer

Robert Baxt was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. At a young age, he found Al Flosso's legendary Magic Shop on 34th street in New York City and was captivated by magic and the personality of Al Flosso. Al put him to work running errands and a lifelong career in magic was born. Also known as an actor and comedian, Robert has had non-magic acting roles in TV shows including "How I Met Your Mother" on the CBS network.

Awards

  • FISM Trophy for Comedy Magic in Madrid, Spain,
  • First Prize in Gold Medal Stage Competition at the National IBM Convention, Norfolk, Virginia,
  • 'Thank You' credit for Joke Writing on David Copperfield TV special

Quotes

  • "If all the world's a stage, I want better lighting"

Bibliography

  • "Baxt, A Boy, & A Bucket" DVD (2012)
  • "Baxt's Better Newspaper Tear" (2002)
  • "Baxt's Better Book Test" (2019)
  • "LIAR: The Ultimate Lie Detector Routine" DVD (2011)
  • "The World's Greatest Mouthcoil Routine" DVD (2009)


References






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