Michael Grandinetti

Not your ordinary magician, Michael Grandinetti is a modern young illusionist with a contemporary style, an engaging personality, and an inventory of stunning original illusions.  Michael's career history includes performances on television series and specials (NBC's The World's Most Dangerous Magic, CW's Masters of Illusion, Pop's Don't Blink, FOX's Bones, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, SportsCenter, The Bold and the Beautiful), for NFL halftime shows while surrounded by 70,000 people, with Oscar-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch and symphony orchestras, in theaters, casinos, and arenas around the country and even at The White House.  Michael was also the first illusionist ever invited to appear in the National Independence Day Parade in Washington DC, where he levitated a girl high above a float as it moved down Constitution Avenue as 250,000 people lined the streets.  This past December, Michael performed on Hollywood Blvd for the 84th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, broadcast to millions around the world and, just last month, he performed NBA halftime shows for both the Milwaukee Bucks vs Chicago Bulls game (Milwaukee, WI), and the record-setting Golden State Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs game (Oakland, CA).  In that one week alone, over 40,000 people witnessed Michael's magic LIVE.

Michael Grandinetti is currently part of the CW show entitled, "Masters of Illusion".  With the tremendous magic experience, Grandinetti has to offer he will be a great addition to any of your corporate or social event.  

Home Base: Los Angeles