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Xavier Mortimer, award-winning and headlining magician of Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream on the Las Vegas Strip, continues to go viral across social media with his most recent gravity defying video that have attracted more than 240 million views.
As entertainment venues remain closed across Las Vegas due to the pandemic, Mortimer has quickly adapted his Las Vegas show-quality tricks into social media videos designed to entertain his virtual audience that includes nearly three million followers.
In the past three months, Mortimer has posted dozens of videos showcasing his magical talents which have thrilled and engaged fans from around the world. To see Mortimer’s mind-bending tricks, check out the following links:
Prior to the pandemic, Mortimer performed Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream every night at 6 p.m. inside Bally’s Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
About Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream
Enchanting, award winning-French performer Xavier Mortimer takes center stage in Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream, combining elements of magic, comedy, drama and illusion. After performing in more than 30 countries and most recently starring in Cirque du Soleil’s acclaimed production, Michael Jackson One, Mortimer became the first Cirque troupe performer to launch a headlining residency on the Las Vegas Strip with the premiere of the show in 2016. The spellbinding production was written and directed by fellow French superstar, Alex Goude, and long-time legendary Vegas headliner, Michael Goudeau. Allie Sparks performs alongside Mortimer as Belle, his dream girl and love interest. Prior to The Strip closures, show times for Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream are at 6 p.m. from Saturday through Thursday in the Windows Showroom at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. Awards include first place at the Albano International Congress in Italy, Gold Star at the L’Eau d’Olle magic festival in France, and most recently voted The Best Magic Show in Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Review Journal for a second year in a row.