Brian Allen Brushwood is an American magician, podcaster, author, lecturer, YouTuber and comedian. Brushwood is known for the series Scam Nation, a show where he teaches the audience entertaining tricks at bars so they can "scam" a free drink. The show also claims to be the only show dedicated to social engineering at the bar and on the street. In addition to Scam School, Brushwood co-hosts the podcasts Weird Things with Andrew Mayne and Justin Robert Young, Cordkillers with Tom Merritt, and Night Attack with Young. Brushwood was also a regular guest on the This Week in Tech podcast. Brushwood performs his Bizarre Magic stage show across the United States and is the author of six books. Brushwood also co-hosts a YouTube show along with Jason Murphy called The Modern Rogue. Brushwood has appeared on national television numerous times including on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, CNN and Food Network.
|Birth name:||Brian Allen Brushwood|
|Born:||January 17, 1975, Fountain Valley, California|
|Medium:||Live, Television, IPTV, MP3|
|Alma mater:||University of Texas at Austin|
|Genres:||Magic (illusion) YouTube|
|Subject(s):||Confidence tricks, Fire eating|
|Notable works and roles:||Scam School, Weird Things, Night Attack, Cordkillers, Hacking The System with Jason Murphy, Modern Rogue with Jason Murphy|
|Website:||Brian Brushwood's Official site|
|Twitter:||Brian Brushwood's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Brian Brushwood's IMDb|
About Brian Brushwood
Entertainer who became known for his fire-breathing tricks.
While studying at the University of Texas in Austin, he performed a magic show as his Creative Writing Senior thesis.
He has performed on a variety of programs, including shows on the Food Network, CNN, and The Tonight Show, among others.
He had three children with his wife, Bonnie Brushwood.
He and fashion designer Elaine Turner both studied at the University of Texas.
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