Gerry McCambridge, aka "The Mentalist," concluded his eleven year journey and completed his personal autobiography titled "Making The Mentalist." Gerry McCambridge shares his personal story of success and failure with others so they may learn from his experiences and prevent such things from happening in their lives. Anyone who has faced adversity will gain inspiration from Gerry's compelling story. They will be melted by his candor, amazed at his resourcefulness and goal setting ability, and warmed by his magic. Through his story, they will learn to find their own inner magic.
What makes Gerry endearing is his life story and why he had to learn to read people's minds. Gerry used his newly developed magic skills to not only control his own destiny but to control the world around him. Like the Phoenix, he rose from his own ashes. Anyone who has faced adversity will gain inspiration from Gerry's compelling story. Through his story, they will learn to find their own inner magic. The 404 page book is available in paperback .
About Gerry McCambridge-New York born and raised, Gerry McCambridgestarted his career as a magician at the early age of eight, when he received a magic kit as a holiday gift. From that point on, he pursued his love for magic, comedy and performing live, and eventually defined himself as "the mentalist" — an entertainer who, among other things, showcases his ability to screw with people's minds. Since June of 2005, Gerry has been a Las Vegasheadliner. He is currently performing nightly at the V Theater in the Planet Hollywood Casino. His is the longest running mentalist show in the history of Las Vegas, with more than 2,300 performances in Sin City. In addition to recently competing on NBC's reality show, "Phenomenon," McCambridge is the star and executive-producer of the hit TV show, "The Mentalist." In March of 2014, Gerry appeared as one of the millionaire bachelors looking for love on the reality show "Millionaire Matchmaker." He also has appeared on countless talk shows, including "Late Night With David Letterman," "The Today Show" and "The Best Damn Sports Show Period." In 2005, he was awarded "Mentalist of the Year" by the Psychic Entertainers Association. In 2014, Gerry was voted "Best Magic Show" in Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Review-Journal's readers' poll. In 2008, he won the prestigious "Merlin" award for "Mentalist of the Decade" from the International Magicians Society.
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