With his wild, electric blond hair, Murray is hard to miss. Some 22 million viewers nationwide watched the charismatic magician perform as a semifinalist on the NBC hit show "America's Got Talent." He did the largest magic trick ever performed on the show by making a 1918 steam train locomotive vanish in mere seconds. Now audiences can see Murray perform live on a Vegas stage in his show at the Tropicana.
Murray is well known for his larger-than-life illusions, such as making a Ferrari appear from thin air and transforming a showgirl into a 450-pound tiger. His show at the Tropicana lets audiences view the magician like he's never been seen before. During the show he performs two of his signature illusions in the middle of the audience, giving onlookers a 360-degree view of him and his tricks. Even when he's on stage, the showroom makes everyone feel like they are up close to Murray and his magic.
Aside from "America's Got Talent," Murray has been featured in various other TV shows. He has guest starred as a magic expert on the History Channel's hit TV series "Pawn Stars." His other TV credits include VH1's "Celebracadabra" and "Tough Love," Comedy Central's "Reno 911," NBC's "Last Comic Standing" and Fox's "Celebrity Blind Date."