Las Vegas Mentalist Predicts the Lottery Numbers
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Gerry McCambridge and son prove they can see into the future LAS VEGAS, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of his recent participation as a contestant on NBC's reality series "Phenomenon," mentalist Gerry McCambridge (http://www.mentalist.com) ends his Las Vegas show each night by successfully predicting the lottery numbers. "For years, after every performance I am always asked by audience members if I can predict the winning lottery numbers," McCambridge says. "It is something I always wanted to attempt. It took about two years to figure out how I could make it happen successfully night after night at the finale of my Las Vegas show." "The audience is looking at my predicted numbers during the entire performance," Gerry explains. "The lottery routine ending involves the entire audience. They all take part in the show's grand finale as the showroom goes crazy with excitement. When they see the prediction unfolding right before their eyes, their faces drop with amazement. Many of them write down my predicted numbers and play them back in their home state after leaving Sin City," he chuckles. "Besides being proud of the lottery routine's success," McCambridge boasts, "my 17-year-old son Scott is now appearing on stage in the show with me every night. He expressed an interest in show business about a year ago. I put him to work backstage when I headlined nightly at the Legendary Stardust. When the Stardust closed for implosion, I was offered a contract at Hooters Casino Hotel and I felt Scott was ready for some stage time. After the show every night he signs autographs and poses for photos with all his glassy-eyed teenage female fans." "After appearing on NBC's 'Phenomenon' the ticket demand for my performance at Hooters, as well as private appearances nationwide, is now bigger than ever," McCambridge explains. About Gerry McCambridge New York born and raised, Gerry McCambridge started his future career as a mentalist at the early age of eight, when he received a magic kit as a gift. From that point on, he pursued his love for magic, comedy and performing live, and eventually defined himself as a "mentalist" - an entertainer who, among other things, showcases his ability to mind-read and influence thoughts. A regular headliner at Las Vegas' Hooters Casino Hotel, McCambridge performs there five nights a week. In addition to recently competing on NBC's reality show "Phenomenon," McCambridge starred in and executive-produced NBC's primetime network special "The Mentalist" in May 2004. He also has appeared on countless talk shows, including "Late Night With David Letterman," "The Today Show" and "The Best Damn Sports Show Period." Of note, McCambridge received the prestigious "Best of Las Vegas" award from the Las Vegas Review Journal and the "Mentalist of the Year" from the Psychic Entertainers Association. Amazing audiences for over 20 years, McCambridge can be booked for personal appearances by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 702.423.0788. Photos: http://www.mentalist.com/photos.htm Contact: Gerry McCambridge 702.423.0788 email@example.com http://www.mentalist.com This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com. SOURCE Gerry McCambridge Gerry McCambridge, +1-702-423-0788, firstname.lastname@example.org
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