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Aaron Radatz started performing at the young age of 6 and quickly turned his grand-mother's gift of a magic set into a full-time hobby. Up until the age of 14, he kept his magic to family and friends. Radatz then began performing for various schools, organizations, and private parties. All the while he remained focused on his craft and started to set long term goals for his career.

From the earliest moments of his professional life, Radatz attracted global clients who were leaders in their industry including: Ameritech, Bally's Casino, Holland America Cruise Line, Hilton Hotels, General Motors, Volvo, Busch Gardens, Disney Cruise Lines, Terrible's Casino and the famed Hollywood's Magic Castle.

At the age of 18, Radatz's expertise and devotion to his craft provided him with a global audience, a center stage performance with the Chrysler Corporation, entertaining at their New Car Announcement show in San Francisco, California. Two years later Radatz earned the title of being the youngest magician to headline a casino production at Casino Magic Biloxi, MS.

Today, Aaron Radatz is the newest star to hit the magic entertainment scene. He has studied with many of the masters of magic including Harry Blackstone (Jr.). Aaron, the only magician to have apprenticed with the great Mr. Blackstone even had his mentor proclaiming, "I would recommend Aaron without reservation."

Radatz is also the only magician who has been commissioned by the U.S. Pentagon for a command performance for the U.S. military. His dedication to the troops has earned him awards, including such high honors as the Commander's Coin of Excellence and the Scroll of Appreciation of Honor and Admiration.

Aaron Radatz was chosen to represent the U.S.A. at the World Magic Seminar in Las Vegas and recently received the Outstanding Young Alumni award from his alma mater, Central Michigan University where he attained a degree in business. To date, Radatz and his cast have toured 45 U.S. states, 37 countries, and 6 continents; bringing wonder to a quarter of a million people in 2008 alone.

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