Terry Evanswood, one of magic's fastest rising stars, is now a favorite family attraction in the Smoky Mountains. Performing professionally since the age of 10, Evanswood was endorsed into the Society of American Magicians by David Copperfield and Harry Blackstone Jr.

Evanswood has received many of the highest honors in magic's history, including a scholarship to the Chavez College of Manual Dexterity and Prestidigitation. He also received the first and only Certificate of Excellence Award ever to be given by the American Museum of Magic. In 1991, he became the youngest illusionist to perform at Hollywood's famous Magic Castle. Most recently Terry received the highly coveted Merlin Award from the International Magicians Society, the largest fraternity of magicians in the world. Evanwood's illusionary career has taken him from sold-out performances in Aruba, Miami, Cancun, New York, Alaska, Canada and even the magic city of fabulous Las Vegas.

Terry Evanswood appeared in Temptations at Mon Temple des Songes Theatre on February 7, 1998. Sequences of this appearance were filmed for Adrianne St. George's children's fairytale, The Day the Queen of Cold Got a Facelift.
The poster for Terry Evanswood's Grand Illusion show.
Terry Evanswood using the Facemakers Carnival Barker costume in his show.
The Marshall Brodine family, Adrianne St. George (center) and the Terry Evanswood family.
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