Boris Wild is one of the most renowned French magicians in the world. He is an international performer, author, creator and lecturer.


His specialty is close-up magic, a top-level performance happening a few inches only from your eyes!


Boris also offers stand-up magic on stage, a complete one-man show in parlour conditions, two world-famous card magic acts plus exclusive lectures and workshops.


His performances have drawn thousands of spectators all over the world: London, New York, Las Vegas, Monte Carlo, Sydney, Tokyo... His creativity and original approach of magic allow him to perform for the biggest companies in the most prestigious places of the five continents, such as “The Magic Castle“ in Hollywood where he has already performed more than 100 shows. In 2008, Boris was chosen to be the official magician at the evening gala of the World Economic Forum in Davos which gathers the most influential people of the planet.

Boris got the title of “French Champion of Magic“ by winning the Grand Prix AFAP. He was also awarded at the FISM World Championships of Magic and the Monte Carlo Magic Stars. He has appeared on many French and international TV shows: Le Plus Grand Cabaret du Monde (five appearances), Magic Show at the Lido, Magic Night at the Paradis Latin, Champions of Magic (USA), International Close-up Show (China)...


His books, effects and videos are sold worldwide and are all bestsellers in their category.


In 2006, Boris appeared in the photo exhibition “The World’s Greatest Magicians“ in Stockholm.


In 2008, he is chosen to be Guest of Honor at the FFFF Convention, the most prestigious gathering of close-up magicians in the world. He is then the first French performer to get this title and the youngest ever.


In 2009, Boris is awarded the Merlin Award for “Most Original Close-up Magic“ by the International Magicians Society and then becomes Chairman of the Close-up Jury at the FISM World Championships of Magic in Beijing.


In 2011, he is honored by the Bronze Medal of Cultural Influence from La Renaissance Française and appears on the cover of the famous GENII Magazine with a story of fourteen pages entirely devoted to him.


In 2013, he appears on the cover of the video magazine REEL MAGIC, following  David Copperfield and is the recipient of the Robert-Houdin Silver Medal.

Photo: Zakary Belamy

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