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Bob Sanders
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I would have to say Jhonny Ace Palmer and Jay Sankey, Yes I said it to Smile Jay Sankey. He maybe goofy and off the wall but if anyone has seen his card and or coin work he is truly elegant and not to mention one of the nicest magicians around Smile
OMG Did someone say Richard Sanders!?
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have all been said..

How about Mandrake the Magician? Leon was wonderful to watch.
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For contemporary magicians I would say Vallarino and Hollingworth. Of the ancients, probably Polluck and Cardini.
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I'm surprised that no one has mentioned James Dimmarre. His "Fred Astaire" act was extremely elegant, and played all over the world.

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Angela
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Channing Pollock, Jean Pierre Vallarino, Guy Hollingworth...

and what about the girls? Jade, Luna Shemada, Galena, and Juliana Chen.
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Jeff Sheridan, Losander. Marvin Roy .Guy Hollingworth...Lance Burton Cardini and
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Y'know, you wouldn't think "Guy Hollingsworth" was that common a name. I just did a Google search of it and found some odd graph that didn't make a lot of sense and a notice about the Texaco Eurasian Chairman who's name was "Guy Hollingsworth."
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Also, anybody mention Juliana Chen? Now THERE'S elegance in motion!
"He was born with the gift of laughter and a sense that the world was mad." - Rafael Sabatini, Scaramouche
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Mr. Siegfried Fischbacher. Such grace.
And Teller.
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Hmmmmmm Lance Burton...Luna Shemada, and Galena get my vote:)
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Siegfried Fischbacher. He has grace, poise, and class.
Justin McWilliams
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What, no mention of David Blaine? How cliche.
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Justin McWilliams
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Yes I was kidding about the blaine thing, but you know who's really working there way into my liking and I think of him as being elegant?

Criss Angel

Just watch the show (Mindfreak) Yes he dresses somewhat differently has the long hair and black make up but wath him in action. Sure some of his effects might come off as being slightly grotesque however watch him in action.

The Smoothness, the ease of listening to him speaking, highly trained sleight and close up and an excellent ability to pull off illusions as well as very unique performance. Top qualities in elegance right there.

There it is that's my vote
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For me it's a toss-up between Rene Lavand and Ricky Jay.
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Johnny Hart had a certain sort of elegance.

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