It’s a little known fact that all of the best magicians, throughout history, have had ginger hair. Most of them lacked the confidence to be seen in public, so they used hair dye, changed their names and kept the secret locked behind closed doors.
The truth is revealed here for the first time!
David Coppertop is probably the most famous living ginger magician.
Harry Who-dyed-it was arguably the greatest Illusionist who ever lived.
In Close Up magic, the 'Professor', Dye Vernon was incredibly well respected throughout the world.
And in the modern day people talk about Dyed-it Blaine.
Here in the UK, the most famous street magician we have produced has tried to resist colouring his hair by changing his name. Dye-No-More is a fantastic magician, but he continues to reach for the bottle and appear on our screens with jet black hair each time. Even so, the insecurity runs so deep that he almost always wears a hood.
The unfortunate thing about all of these great magicians is that although they were all fantastic performers with incredible minds, they could not face society with the reality of their folliclly challenged persona. They covered it up, swept it under the carpet and got on with magical world domination.
[Drum roll for the big punch line]
I am one of the few, truly great magicians, who is not afraid of his roots.
[Drum crescendo, cymbal crash and pause for applause]
I thank you.
[disclaimer – The writing above may not be 100% accurate]
OK, so who is The Ginger Magician really’?
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