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Lee Terbosic is an entertainer continually proving that Anything is Possible!
Lee Terbosic, Magician, Pittsburgh Entertainer

Comic Magician Lee Terbosic has seamlessly developed something that will change everything you’ve ever thought about magic. His comical delivery, laid-back style and ability to connect with a crowd make Lee a favorite with people from all walks of life. He is a rare phenomenon in the world of magic, and excels at blending comedy, illusion, mentalism and sleight-of-hand with the ancient art of magic. He is a nationally touring performer who has hit the stage at a multitude of venues from coast to coast, headlined a weekly show with a 6-month run in his hometown of Pittsburgh, and wowed some of Hollywood’s biggest stars like like Aaron Paul, Jack Black, Alice Cooper, Heidi Klum, Gene Simmons, Johnny Depp, Wiz Khalifa and Howard Stern. He has made appearances on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, TLC’s Four Weddings and BBC’s Now You See It and was named “Magician of the Year” by The Association for Promotion of Campus Activities in 2015.

Currently, Lee is starring in his own show, 52Upclose, on select Friday and Saturday nights at Pittsburgh’s Hotel Monaco. You can also catch him on the first Monday of the month for Magic Mondays on KDKA’s Pittsburgh Today Live.
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Houdini 100 – 1916 to 2016

On November 6, 2016, Lee successfully bridged Pittsburgh’s past and present in Houdini 100, a death-defying, upside-down straight-jacket escape and recreation of the famous feat performed by Harry Houdini high above the streets of the city. While hanging 90 feet high in the air, Lee performed the feat to an amazed crowd of thousands in the same place and on the same day as Houdini did a century before. Mayor Bill Peduto’s declared it “Lee Terbosic Day,” in honor of his awe-inspiring stunt.


“He blew our minds again, and again.” Pittsburgh Steelers
“We absolutely love this guy!” Puma
“Best show we have had in a long time.” Penn State University, Greater Allegheny Campus