Ross has been making people happy since 1976, and left a government job in 1981 to make family
entertainment his only business.
He entertains in homes and offices every day, and in 1991 he founded the Safety
Magic Program to bring important safety messages to the children of our
area. His television program, "The Psychic Hour", ran twice
weekly on Arlington Cable Channel 33 for a year.
Some of his fondest memories are being selected to entertain at President Bush's
first inaugural ball, and making special appearances for the White House Office
He's well-respected in his field. A longtime member of the International
Brotherhood of Magicians (I.B.M.) and the Society of American Magicians, Ross
was President of National Capital Ring 50 of the I.B.M in 1990-91.
He's a family man, the father of two
children who (in Ross's words) "keep me on my toes … every day they teach
me something new about making kids laugh". He knows how to entertain the
whole family on several levels: one moment he provokes a giggle of childlike
innocence, the next he gets a smart-aleck zinger from "mommy's little
darling" … all in good taste, of course.
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