Talented, off-beat and charismatic, Kyle Marlett performs mind-blowing illusions with singular flair. From close-up sleights-of-hand to elaborate new twists on classic illusions, Kyle delivers an endearing charm and infectious comedic deadpan whether on the stage, on the street or on camera.
Today, it’s hip to be square and this magician has embraced the “nerd” label and made it a unique, personal hook that appeals to today’s modern audience. Hip to social media, digital content and authenticity, Kyle’s peer group have found his persona appealing, entertaining and aspirational. He’s redefining what it means to be a “nerd” and creating a unique following of his own.
Kyle’s already stacked up televised appearances on The Tonight Show, Syfy’s Wizard Wars, as a recurring performer on POP’s Don’t Blink, Penn & Teller’s Fool Us and CW’s Masters of Illusion. Whether performing one-on-one with celebrities, filming an impromptu viral video with the latest social media star, performing for the camera or for a spontaneously-gathered crowd, Kyle commands audiences with poise and an up-for-anything confidence. Kyle spent years honing his craft behind-the-scenes in collaboration with the world’s greatest illusionists and magic acts.
He has conceived, designed and implemented some of the most memorable illusions in Las Vegas, on Broadway’s highest-grossing magic show, on London’s West End, in movies and on television. Now, Kyle offers that peak creativity and trademark style in his new one-man Las Vegas show where he performs dazzling new tricks and delivers never-seen-before illusions. It’s no wonder this rising star was recently voted one of the “Most Interesting People in Las Vegas” by Seven Magazine. And it’s easy to see why a relentless pursuit of astounding magic is his calling card.
Manu has also starred in feature films such as 20th Century Fox’s “The Marine” opposite Robert Patrick, Sony Picture’s “30 Days of Night” opposite Josh Hartnett, the Japanese film “Tomoko” opposite award-winning Japanese actress Rumiko Koyangi and a lead role in Lionsgate’s “The Condemned” alongside Vinnie Jones and Stone Cold Steve Austen.
Manu Bennett will be appearing Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Booth TBA.
Kyle Marlett will take part in Q&A’s and Panels that are open to all attendees and included in the price of admission to Florida Supercon.
Kyle Marlett’s schedule will be posted here approximately two weeks before the event.
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