Richard Smith Jr. is a professional illusionist and card thrower from Cleveland, Ohio. Smith is best known for his numerous nationally televised performances as well as his three world records for throwing a playing card the greatest distance, greatest height, and most accurately. Deriving his throwing skills from his time as an NCAA Division I pitcher at Cleveland State University, he has also released a number of instructional films regarding the practices of magic and card throwing.
|Born:||March 05, 1981, Lyndhurst, Ohio|
|Education:||Cleveland State University|
|Known for:||Card throwing|
|Home town:||Lyndhurst, Ohio|
About Rick Smith Jr
Illusionist who became known to a national audience through his appearances on shows like Shark Tank, America's Got Talent, and Ripley's Believe It or Not. He is also famous for his popular self-titled YouTube channel, where he demonstrates his signature card-throwing techniques.
He began being booked at events like children's birthday parties while he was still in high school. He later played baseball at Cleveland State University.
He landed in the Guinness Book of World Records after throwing a playing card 216 feet 4 inches.
He married singer Tiffany G. Smith.
He impressed judge Piers Morgan on America's Got Talent.
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