Marc Bachrach, the world-renowned stage hypnotist and hypnotherapist, is a full-time professional based in the Westlake Village/Thousand Oaks area of Southern California. For 30 years, Marc has performed hilarious, yet cruelty-free hypnotism shows, starring the members of highly appreciative audiences around the world, while at the same time directing the MindSkills Center, a thriving hypnotherapy practice and professional training center since 1979.
Marc produced and hosted an 8-year run of his own afternoon Los Angeles radio show on hypnotism and mind technologies, "Marc Bachrach's MasterMind Hour." Marc's soothing and authoritative bass-baritone voice can be heard on projects from trailers at the Cannes Film Festival to audio screenplays featuring Hollywood's top voice-over talent.
Marc's corporate customers read like a Who's Who of Southern California and Los Angeles area business, while his hypnotherapy clients appreciate Marc's rapid, no-nonsense approach to tasks such as smoking cessation, stress management, passing professional exams, eliminating fears, phobias, and insecurities, well as general performance improvement and professional goal achievement at world class levels in athletics, entertainment, and business.
Born and raised in Stamford, Connecticut as Antonio Gublet, Tony Clark’s fascination with entertainment began with ventriloquism at the early age of six. This, in turn, sparked his interest in magic. Throughout his grammar school years, he began winning many talent competitions. In both 1984 and 1985 Tony was the winner of the Teenage Magician of the Year stage contest for the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring #97 of Stamford. By age 18, he had already gained international recognition for his accomplishments.
In 1986, Tony had the honor of studying the art of magic and stage movement with the master of misdirection, Slydini, in New York City, as did world-famous illusionist Doug Henning and many other well-known professionals. That 2 1/2 year period of study allowed Tony to become one of the top magicians in the world.
For the next 10 years Tony became a regular performer at the world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, California, as well as in casino showrooms and nightclubs from Las Vegas and Puerto Rico to Europe and Japan.
Tony was also nominated for Stage Magician of the Year by the Magic Castle, as well as World’s best Sleight-of-hand Magician at the International Magic Awards. He was named World Class Stage Champion by the Society of American Magicians, and he is a recipient of the Bill Baird Award for Excellence in Manipulation.
Many years of hard work have culminated in Tony executive-producing and starring in his own full evening show, Phantasy, at the Horizon Hotel and Casino in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Phantasy made history being the longest running show ever, in Lake Tahoe. Because of this and his many other contributions to the art of magic over the years, Tony was awarded the Best Classical Magic Act Award at the World Magic Awards which aired on CBS TV.
In Addition to being a world-renowned performer, Tony has his own production company under which he manufactures a unique line of magic products, lectures on all areas of magic, consults, and produces shows.
Jason's quick wit and self-deprecating approach have endeared him to audiences the world over, from the Hollywood Improv to Carolines on Broadway to the Comic Strip in Edmonton. He has performed overseas for the troops and on the seas for cruise lines. Jason was a standout at the Cabo Comedy Festival and at the World Series of Comedy in Vegas.
Jason has performed for Google, Chevron, Coca-Cola, True Religion, Farmers, Pandora, Wells Fargo, and on.
Media credits include Comedy Central, HBO, Arsenio, Last Comic Standing, Comics Unleashed, Sirius XM, Rooftop Comedy, Funny or Die, and over 50 TV commercials.
Jason syndicates his cartoon Snapshots to millions of readers in print, Internet, and mobile media. His one-liners are published by Readers Digest.
Jason's podcast, Labor of Love, is produced by Levity and available on iTunes, Stitcher, and SoundCloud.
His humor blog, So It Goes, has run in The Denver Post, AZ Central, and Toastmasters.
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