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Peter Marvey was born on 1971 in Zürich, Switzerland, is a magician, illusionist. Discover Peter Marvey's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 49 years old?
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Peter Marvey Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Peter Marvey worth at the age of 50 years old? Peter Marvey’s income source is mostly from being a successful Magician. He is from Switzerland. We have estimated Peter Marvey's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
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|Source of Income||Magician|
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For seven years, Peter Marvey studied, designed and practiced for his first flying illusion, “Dream Flying”. He invented a system which allowed him to turn and move while flying in more directions than had been achieved before. He made it possible to fly in bright light, for the first time in magic’s history. He was the first magician to have changed his costume in mid air, in the fraction of a second. Marvey performed “Dream Flying” the first time in Perpignan, France, in October 1999, for a magic convention.
Merlin Award 2017 for the "Most Original Illusionist of The Century" and for his Director Vivi Vega The Merlin Award 2017 for the "Best Creative Director of an Illusion Show"
The BrandLaureate Grand Master Brand Icon Leadership Award 2014 He was chosen as the Grand Master of Magic for his creativity and uniqueness. For been an inventor and developer of new technology in magic and for been followed by many. The " Brand Laureate award” is given annually to outstanding Malaysian entrepreneurs or international personalities, such as Hillary Clinton , Nelson Mandela , Steve Jobs and Sepp Blatter.
Since 2012 he created up scale illusions uniting technology and magic innovations. The premiere of the most glamorous illusion existing today “The Diamond Illusion” designed with over 2,000 LED lights and over 100 “Eiffel Tower” flash lights was presented for the Queen Silvia of Sweden and the Princess of Monaco. In 2014 he invented the Strongest Girl and in 2015 the big release of the Illuminon a double levitation took place this illusion includes multiple magic effects and never seen before magic. Other new illusions are the flying carpet (levitation with a kid from the audience), take off ( an appearance ), and the genie lamp.
Marvey is also a champion prestidigitator, able to make cards appear out of thin air and disappear again. In 2009 Marvey worked together with Siegfried & Roy on a special production in Las Vegas. This was the last performance of the magic duo. They presented one of Peter`s illusions “The Fire Appearance”. Peter and his creative director Vivi Vega worked as consultants during the production.
Merlin Award of the International Magicians Society 2009 Marvey was recognized as for been The Most Creative Illusionist
In 2009, Marvey opened a 99-seat theater in Feusisberg (near Pfäffikon, Schwyz), Switzerland. He regularly performs there and the theatre can be booked for private shows
In 2006, Marvey presented a flying illusion with dolphins for the Japanese TV channel TBS. In 2007, Marvey created the "Flying Coach" illusion for a leading indoor international horse show, the CSI Zurich. The floating coach was pulled by seven horses, and escorted by fairies with huge wings, all in white. About 40,000 spectators had the chance to see this illusion from all around the arena.
In 2005, Peter Marvey designed a flying illusion for singer Ayumi Hamasaki. In the Saitama arena in Tokyo and later on in other stadiums, the singer appeared to fly for 60 meters, together with two dancers in a turning ball above the audience.
Merlin Award of the International Magicians Society 2002 Marvey was recognized as The Magician of the Year.
In the following years, Marvey created six further systems to achieve the same illusion for live productions, TV and special conditions. Marvey performed the flying illusion live on TV in 2001. For an exhibition event in Bremen in 2002 he developed a flying which allowed him to fly over the audience.
Marvey studied, designed and practiced for seven years to create an illusion called "Dream Flying", which made his name in the magic business and became a signature piece. He first performed this illusion in Perpignan, France, in October 1999, for a magic convention. He later performed it live on TV in 2001.
Marvey has won awards in several international magical competitions, where performers are judged by magic experts and prominent people from show business. Prince Albert of Monaco presented him with the Golden Wand trophy in 1996. Marvey received the Merlin Award of the International Magicians Society in 2002. He won third prize in the Grand Prix Manipulation category at the 19th world championship of the Fédération Internationale des Sociétés Magiques (FISM) in 1994 in Yokohama, Japan. In 1993, he received an award from The Society of American Magicians. He was Swiss National Champion for 1993-1995.
Prize Winner at the Grand Prix Manipulation category 1994 On the 19th world championship of the Fédération Internationale des Sociétés Magiques (FISM) in 1994 in Yokohama, Japan.
SAM Award 1993 He received this award from The Society of American Magicians.
Swiss National Champion of Magic from 1993 to 1995.