Chester has traveled from coast to coast in Canada and the United States performing for various events and functions. He has appeared numerous times on local and national television and radio. He has even added to his credit, two cameo
appearances in two movies, “A Stranger in Town” starring Rebecca Jenkins and Harry Hamlin (released in 2001), and “Skipped Parts” staring Jennifer Jason Liegh, Drew Barrymore and Mischa Barton (released in 2002).
His credits also include that of being the first person in Saskatchewan to attempt and successfully accomplish the “Under Water Packing Box Escape” originally made famous by the legendary Houdini.
The most recent excitement about Chester is that he is the magician that entertained the world with the video that went double viral – over 50 million views and winner of Americas Funniest Videos.
Chester proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that his magic is jaw-dropping and eye popping. His lifelong experience performing the art of magic will truly amaze and have you believing in the unbelievable.
Chester began his interest in magic at the age of 7 when his grade two teacher demonstrated and taught him a few “simple” tricks. Over the years, Chester developed and honed his skills by performing for many groups and organizations both private and public and by attending many magic conferences across North America. In the many years Chester has made close contacts and friends with most of the greats of the magic industry.
Chester is a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM), Canadian Association of Magicians (CAM), The International Magicians Society (IMS) and The Invisible Lodge.