Nate's Bio

Nate Unsworth is an award-winning magician, actor, fight director/choreographer and voice-over artist from southern New Jersey. A graduate of the University of the Arts with a BFA in Theatre Arts, Nate has been performing for most of his life, and has been performing magic for over fifteen years.



Nate began pursuing magic at a very young age, hooked by a television magic special of grand illusion and manipulation.



 

He soon became a regular at his local magic shop, eventually landing jobs performing street magic at events such as Octoberfest and Mayfest, which led to a job inside the shop behind the counter. During this time, Nate participated in local magic competitions and received first prize in two different categories.


Nate has utilized his skills as a magician in theatre productions as well, and alternatively, has been able to apply his training as an actor to his magic. He has also served as a magic consultant for theatre and stage productions.


A former employee of and performer for the Family Service Association of New Jersey, Nate has always enjoyed performing for children, and now specializes in children's birthday and holiday parties.
Nate has performed for many different age groups, and children's magic aside, Nate has experience both on stage and in close-up/street magic venues.


In 2009, Nate participated in a goodwill tour of U.S. military bases in Seoul, South Korea as a featured performer in magician Joe Holiday's illusion show.


In early 2010, Nate was a featured performer at a benefit for the relief efforts in Haiti. The benefit was held in Margate, New Jersey, and Nate was thrilled to be able to help raise money for such a great cause!


In 2011, Nate performed in "Believe in Magic" alongside Joe Holiday. The show was a benefit for the Theater Department of Nate's alma mater, Holy Spirit High School in Absecon, New Jersey. A second benefit - "A Night of Magic & Variety" was hosted and benefited the Holy Spirit Father's Club in February of 2013.

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