“Holy @%#$! This guy is the real deal!”
Gavin Newsom, Governor of California
“What! No way! I love you!”
Melanie Brown, Judge on AGT
“Crazy good and wonderful and so sweet!”
Penn & Teller Master Magicians
“Blake embraces the weirdness of his profession, unafraid to adopt a spooky stare, to speak in a thrumming, hypnotic register that seems to summon the occult.”
Lily Janik – Theater Critic, The SF Chronicle
THE BEST MAGICIAN YOU’VE PROBABLY NEVER HEARD OF.
Kevin can read minds. Predict the future. See into your memories. Stop time… Or maybe he can’t, and it’s all an illusion. There are no rabbits, top hats, or cutting people in half here—taking inspiration from David Blaine, Penn & Teller, and other modern illusionists, Kevin is known for cutting edge magic that absolutely confounds and totally engrosses. In doing so, he brings magic, kicking and screaming, into the 21st century.
As seen on America’s Got Talent, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Thrillist, in his critically acclaimed sell-out show Magic Man, and on stages around the world, Kevin Blake is a San Francisco-based, worldwide-performing magician, mentalist, and illusionist who blends genres of magic and sleight of hand with spoken word, music, and comedy to create unforgettable moments of wonder.
Aside from TV appearances and live shows, Kevin is a favorite regular entertainer at the private events thrown by Silicon Valley titans like Google, Facebook, YouTube, Salesforce, and Square, but also for agencies, startups, celebrities, billionaires, and Fortune 500 corporations, both on and off the stage. Blake creates lasting, interactive moments of wonder with mind-reading, impossible coincidences, and exhibitions of world class blink-and-you’ll-miss-it sleight of hand.
FUN FACT: Kevin is also a wizard in the water. The literally two years of his life (he counted the hours) worth of training led to his becoming one of the top internationally ranked swimmers in the world. In the pool Kevin specializes in sprint freestyle, and has competed for spots on the U.S. Olympic Team twice, in 2012 and recently in 2016, where he placed 55th in the U.S. in the 50 freestyle. He has held multiple records at UC Santa Barbara, his alma mater, and today swims representing the Olympic Club in San Francisco.