Newton Edward Daniels, known professionally as Paul Daniels, was an English magician and television presenter. He achieved international fame through his television series The Paul Daniels Magic Show, which ran on the BBC from 1979 to 1994. He was known for his catchphrase, "You'll like this... not a lot, but you'll like it!" and for his marriage to his assistant, Debbie McGee. He was awarded the "Magician of the Year" Award by the Academy of Magical Arts in 1982, the first magician from outside the United States to receive it. He also won the Golden Rose of Montreux in 1985. He was a Member of the Inner Magic Circle with Gold Star. He has been described as "The Godfather of Magic" and has been repeatedly credited with inspiring many top professional magicians to start in the profession. Daniels was noted for being outspoken on matters including politics, current affairs, magic, entertainment, and fellow celebrities. He also appeared in reality television shows.
|Born:||Newton Edward Daniels, April 6, 1938, South Bank, Middlesbrough, North Riding of Yorkshire, England|
|Died:||March 17, 2016, Wargrave, Berkshire, England|
|Children:||Paul Daniels Jr, Martin Daniels, Gary Daniels|
|Website:||Paul Daniels's Official site|
|IMDb:||Paul Daniels's IMDb|
About Paul Daniels
Magician and entertainer who became recognized for his longstanding show The Paul Daniels Magic Show, which aired on TV until 1994.
After reading the book How To Entertain At Parties when he was 11, he began to take an interest in magic and entertaining.
In 1983, he received the Magician of the Year Award from the Hollywood Academy of Magical Arts.
He married his second wife, Debbie McGee, in 1988.
He once appeared on the Da Ali G Show, which was produced by Peter Fincham.
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