This week we present the second installment of our two-part podcast with David Berglas. Last week we talked about his work on British television and this week we talk about his career in the film industry and people he worked with and knew. Also, David has a profound sense of "giving back" to our community. He is a supporter of the Capetown (South Africa) College of Magic. He is the founder of the "David Berglas International Award of Magic" which has been presented to Uri Geller, David Copperfield, Juan Tamariz, Lu Chen, Derren Brown, Jeff McBride, Dynamo and Penn & Teller.
In this podcast, David talks about working with Orson Welles and Peter Sellers on the set of Casino Royale; his work with his marketing company, E.S.P.; the Piddington's mind reading act on the radio (which is featured on "Radio Lab" podcast HERE); how David acquired his moniker, "International Man of Mystery"; his philosophy on disclaimers; performing for British royalty; meeting Picasso; his philanthropic work with the Capetown College of Magic; magic conventions like the IMX, EMC, McMillan Weekend, etc.; his International Award of Magic, and more.
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