Larry Jennings (1933-1997) was an American magician and THE great hero of card magic in the twentieth century.
He was in turn a sailor in the US Navy, a combustion engineer, a plumber and of course a magician, he was a man who left no one indifferent: his charisma as much as his technique and his creativity were deeply inspiring for all magic lovers!
He was close to Ron Wilson and Bruce Cervon, among others, and he worked under the direction of the "Professor" Dai Vernon, and became one of the most prolific creators of close-up and card magic that the world has ever known.
For over 35 years, his name was synonymous with the upper echelon of the magic world. He created magic effects that have become standards in the repertoire of almost every magician.
He was the author of many publications: lecture notes, magazine publications, books, DVDs...
He was one of the pillars of the Magic Castle. His participation at the Mayette Days, the magic convention organized by Dominique Duvivier in 1995, was the occasion to see the legend working "live", as witnessed by the DVD "Larry Jennings in Paris, France" where you can find his greatest masterpieces, as well as some secrets he had never recorded before.Larry Jennings was, and will remain, one of the most enduring and respected names in all of magic of the twentieth century.