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Ricky Jay Facts:
Ricky Jay height: 5 feet & 6 inches
Weight: Not disclosed
Age: (66- 67 years) 1948

Best recognized as Ricky Jay, he is an eminent US stage magician, writer & actor. Pepper & salt headed Ricky is worldwide famed for his specialties such as History of Magic, Card Tricks & Sleight of Hand. Colossal build magician is though running in his mid 60s at present, he carries himself too nattily in a middling height of 5 feet & 6 inches. Alike his actual birth date, his recent body weight is as well not mentioned on the internet pages.

Born in a middle class household in 1948, Ricky Jay’s real birth name is Richard Jay Potash. He then passed his entire childhood in his birth land of Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States. Since a long ago, he is living together with his beloved wife, Chrisann Vergas.

Maz Katz, Ricky’s grandfather was a well-heeled licensed public accountant & too an amateur magician’ he was the one who first introduced Ricky to the magic profession. At the mere age of 5, he debuted on television on the program “Time For Pets”, establishing him as the youngest magician at that time to emerge on television performing a complete magic act. Alleged to come out as the foremost magician playing comedy clubs, Ricky was also perhaps the original magician opening pro a rock & roll band. In the 60s, he carried out an act on a schedule between Timothy Leary & Ike and Tina Turner lecturing about Lysergic acid diethylamide, at The Electric Circus, New York. Furthermore, to is magical stage shows, he ahs as well landed roles in numerous of big & small screen ventures, including some highly notable movies, “Homicide” (1991), “Boogie Nights” (1997), “Heartbreakers” (2001), “The Illusionist” (2006), “Redbelt” (2008) & his most recent film “The Brothers Bloom” (2009) also starring Adrien Brody, Mark Ruffalo, Rinko Kikuchi & Rachel Weisz. His television credits include his landings in the programs such as “Saturday Night Live” (1977), “The Paul Daniels Magic Show” (1985), “The X- Flies” (2000), “Deadwood” (2004), “FlashForward” (2010), “The Simpsons” (2011), his voiceover role in “Teens Titans Go!” (2013), & so forth. The magician has also made his contribution to numbers of endeavors in the world of music. Most remarkably the Sony launch “Ricky Jay Plays Poker” (2007), a carton having a DVD featuring him performing & discussing notable acts of table card deception, a CD with poker- related songs by different artists & a carton of Ricky playing cards.

Sleight-hand connoisseur Ricky Jay along with his mate Michael Weber runs “Deceptive Practices”, a consulting firm that advises film, theatre & television on a variety of con artistry, magic secrets & illusions skills which may be required throughout their productions. An adherent collector of exceptional manuscripts & books, art & other artifacts associated to the magic history, atypical entertainments, gambling & confined & frauds games, Ricky is as well disparate to any civic disclosures of the magic techniques.