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Hollie currently has a residency performing at 'Late Night Magic' in Las Vegas at 'The Venue' in the Orleans Casino. She continues to tour the world in the production spectacular 'Champions of Magic' starting again this Fall. Recently, she won the prestigious 'Mandrake Award' in Paris, France and also placed in the top 5 in the 'Cyber Magic Superstar' competition, judged by Max Maven and Franz Harary and also filmed 'Masters of Illusion' on the CW.


Originally from England and a DADA scholarship recipient and graduate of Cambridge Performing Arts (Bodywork), Hollie has experience in all facets of the entertainment industry.  A member of AEA and SAG/AFTRA, she began her career as a dancer and musical theatre performer (Spirit of the Dance/ Legally Blonde/ Scrooge etc), taught tap and jazz at Cambridge University and was first introduced to magic performing in a self-produced variety show and then as a dancer on European tour with Dutch illusionist Hans Klok.​


After moving to the US in 2009, Hollie eventually transitioned from magicians' assistant/ dancer into her role as Associate Producer and Associate/ Resident Director for The Works Entertainment and The Illusionists franchise (now owned by Cirque Du Soleil), including it's record-breaking limited engagements on Broadway and the West End, World Tour, NBC & ITV Special’s & America’s Got Talent special guest appearances. It is here that she cast many of the illusionists and variety acts and worked in tandem with The Works' producing partners around the globe to keep the brand relevant and trending.


‘I truly believe she can become - by far- the top female magician in the world.’ - Brett Daniels.

Hollie now continues to work as a director and performer on television and stage including Cirque Du Soleil's 'Mad Apple' and Jamie Allan's 'iMagician' and 'Illusionarium', whilst developing her own acts as a solo magician. She
 also coaches and helps other professional performers book gigs on her YouTube Channel 'Booked & Blessed'.

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