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The show should be referred to as:
The Magical Comedy of Avi
Avi Frier has performed his unique brand of comedy magic for audiences around the world since 1986, when at the age of 16, he blew the entire salary from his summer job buying tricks at a magic shop. (But don’t worry, we booked him for the comedy magic show, not a seminar on financial responsibility!) Avi has performed in comedy clubs, cruise ships, corporate events, and the occasional birthday party, and we look forward to welcoming him to our event!
* Feel free to replace the words “our event” with the actual name of your event. Prior consent is not required for this change.
See the show that the Hollywood Gazette described as moving “from rip-roaring-funny, to edge-of-your-seat-dangerous, to you’ll-be-awake-all-night-trying-to-figure-out-how-he-did-that, and back again, in nothing flat.”
Or, a shorter version of the above:
– The Hollywood Gazette
Hollywood’s Best Entertainer, 2013
– Voted by the readers of The Hollywood Gazette
“Sometimes dangerous…often hilarious.”
– The Pittsburgh Chronicle
Jewish Organizations: If you have also booked Avi for his Torah lecture, “Mussar From The Dice Man” these may be added to the Standard Bio above or used on their own:
An Orthodox Jew in a very unorthodox profession, Avi regularly speaks to student groups on how he pursued his dream career without compromising his Torah values.
Avi Frier is an Orthodox Jewish entertainer who has performed his comedy magic act across the United States and around the world. Come learn how he balances his unorthodox profession and his observance of Torah and mitzvot. Whether you dream of seeing your name in lights or following a more traditional career path, you’ll be entertained while you learn how Torah can guide us, no matter where we want to go.