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About Brian Rudo

Brian Rudo has spent the better part of the last 25 years acquiring a wealth of different, dangerous, and unique skills.   

Those skills have now earned him the right to say he has a number of acts not performed by anyone else in the world.   

Brian started showing off some of these acts as a street performer in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.  

That is where he learned to draw a crowd, create quick comedy on his feet, and truly connect with an audience.  

Those acts later landed him on the national TV show, “The Extreme Gong Show,” where he won their $10,000 Tournament of Talent, and followed that up with an appearance on ABC’s “The View. “ 

He prides himself on having enough acts to always customize the perfect show for any client’s budget, venue, and most importantly, audience.  

He has used those skills to perform thousands of shows for hundreds of corporate clients, colleges, private events, fairs, and festivals.  

He was lucky enough to have a baby boy who would want to follow in the family business.  

Today Brian gets to travel the country performing his own show, and he gets to do a show with his son where they show off their Two Generations of Crazy.

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About Tucker Rudo

Tucker is a normal kid who goes to school, plays baseball, and wrestles.  

That is unless you happen to run into him at work, where he’s getting out of a straitjacket on top of a two-foot ball and getting celery hit from his mouth with a bullwhip.   

Tucker is actually the world’s youngest professional escape artist, and it all started when he was two-and-a-half years old.  

The day after he was at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor watching his father street perform, he started building props to match his father’s out of his toys and regurgitating all of the lines from the show.  

He got his first straitjacket at 5 years old and immediately started performing with his father.  

Within two years, his act had evolved to the point where he was closing the show, and winning awards.  

Tucker’s first award was being named a Star of Tomorrow by the Society of American Magicians at their national convention at age 8.  

By age 9 he was doing strolling magic for college and corporate events, which led to him doing his first solo stage show at the age of 10 at the Gaylord National Harbor for the opening night dinner of a trade show.  

Tucker continues to perform lots of shows with his dad as he rakes in more solo awards as a stage performer, including: 

  • Magicians Alliance of Eastern States junior stage champion 2018 
  • The Peoples Choice Award Winner
  • 2nd in stage at the Winter Carnival of Magic
  • 2nd place at the prestigious Tannen’s Magic Camp 

His most recent highlight was being a featured performer at the Magicians Alliance of Eastern States 2019 convention.  

He is always working and learning new skills and loves being a professional magician at such a young age.

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We provide incredible custom built shows with tons of original acts to make an event even better.

In a perfect world a stage at least 12ft long x 8ft deep with 12ft of overhead clearance but as long as you
communicate your venue we will build a show to fit.

Our stage show is usually an hour but we have done 1hr 30 minutes and an event where the client only
wanted 1 minute 30 seconds.

Here are a few

other faqs

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We provide incredible custom built shows with tons of original acts to make an event even better.

In a perfect world a stage at least 12ft long x 8ft deep with 12ft of overhead clearance but as long as you
communicate your venue we will build a show to fit.

Our stage show is usually an hour but we have done 1hr 30 minutes and an event where the client only
wanted 1 minute 30 seconds.