Rich Ferguson, aka "The Ice Breaker", is an American magician. He is the producer and host of the Official Poker Chip Tricks and Card Handling DVD Series. Ferguson went to college for engineering and worked for United Parcel Service prior to becoming a full-time entertainer and creative consultant in 1997. Ferguson married Traci Adams August 8, 2008. Ferguson also has a YouTube channel with over a million subscribers.
|Born:||Richard Jeffrey Evans, December 1, 1970, Salinas, California, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Magician, creative consultant, inventor, spokesperson|
|Spouse(s):||Traci Ferguson (m. 2008)|
|Website:||Rich Ferguson (magician)'s Official site|
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|Youtube:||Rich Ferguson (magician)'s Youtube channel|
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About Rich Ferguson
American magician and entertainer who became recognized for his performances under his stage name The Ice Breaker. He has been a consultant and guest on such popular programs as The Today Show, Good Morning America, Ellen, and The Tonight Show.
He did not expect to become successful in life, as his upbringing was quite tumultuous. His father served several sentences in prison for drug trafficking, and his mother was murdered in 1974.
In 2004, he was presented with The Magic Castle Gold Medal. He was voted Best Entertainer by Central California's Readers Poll 11 years in a row from 2006 to 2016. He has over 2.4 million subscribers on his self-titled YouTube page.
He was born in Salinas, California. He was adopted by Roy and Margaret Ferguson when he was 12 years old.
He has performed for numerous celebrities, including comedian Jay Leno.
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