Bev Bergeron is
one of the most creative minds in the world of magic.
He rose from fame as Rebo the Clown on the CBS-TV show "Mark
Wilson's Land of Allakazam" and has since played nearly
every kind of venue from the top state fairs to trade shows
to a 16-year run at Walt Disney'sTM Diamond
Horseshow Review at Walt Disney WorldTM
Las Vegas, Atlantic City, network TV for ABC, CBS and NBC
are only a few of the other places Bergeron has performed.
He recently returned from a tour of Australia and New
Zealand, and has been elected President of the International
Brotherhood of Magicians and honored by the Magic
Bev received the Lifetime Achievement Fellowship Award given
by the Academy of Magic Arts and Sciences in Hollywood,
California. Sponsored by the Magic Castle, the prestigious
club for magicians, the award went to Bergeron for his long
and continuing service to magic. Steve Allen, Harry Anderson
and guest magicians from around the world were in attendance
at the awards banquet. Mark Wilson made the award
A magical inventor as well as performer, Bergeron concocted
and oversaw many of the illusions on the Allakazam show, a
thing not generally understood by outsiders, who think of
him mainly as a funny man clown.
WHAT MAKES A "LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT?"
performing professionally at age 14
with the world famous Willard the Wizard
with Dr. Silkini's Spook Shows
with his own spook and illusion show at age 18
Performed in numerous student campus shows at the
University of Texas with fellow students: Fess Parker,
L.Q. Jones, Jane Mansfield, Rip Torn, Bill Bates, Jones
& Schmidt (authors of The Fantasticks)
of shows while in the Air Force and runner-up in the
1954 World Wide Talent contest.
Mark Wilson, produced network TV shows and hundreds of
Mark Wilson, appeared in hundreds of state and regional
Appearances on TV and stage with Red Skelton, Lucille
Ball, Merv Griffin, Johnny Carson, Bob Hope, Andy
Williams, Joey Bishop, Steve Allen, Don Johnson, Julius
LaRosa, Julie Andrews, Carol Burnett, Roy and Dale
Rogers, Perry Como, Art Linkletter, Jerry VanDyke, etc.
appearing as comic lead in Disney's Diamond Horseshoe
Thousands of convention shows
in shows in Las Vegas, Reno, Atlantic City, and Radio
City Music Hall
tours of the Far East (Vietnam) for the Hollywood U.S.O.
of Willard the Wizard book used by the
Smithsonian Institute for research of their tribute to
American Tent Theater
book selected by John Fisher as one of the 12 all time
books written on the subject of magic
of TV shows and commercials, stage shows and theme park
shows and events
of hundreds of magic effects used by most magicians of
Developed the method of making an animal from one
to S.A.M. Hall of Fame, Los Angeles, 1992
as President of the International Brotherhood of
Magicians in 1996
year at Sea World of Florida doing 5 shows a day.
Whatever your entertainment needs,
contact Bev now.