Mark Singer

the New Yorker

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Staff writer at the New Yorker.

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Ricky Jay died on Saturday in his home in LA. New Yorker writer Mark Singer once called him “the most gifted sleight-of-hand artist alive.”

Remembering magician, actor and author Ricky Jay

Ricky Jay died on Saturday in his home in LA. New Yorker writer Mark Singer once called him “the most gifted sleight-of-hand artist alive.”

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