February 13, 2011
Go Meet, Read and See The Mentalist in Las Vegas
Gerry McCambridge has been traveling the world and amazing audiences for over 25 years. He took his love for magic, and mixed it with the observational skills he learned from his father, a New York City Detective, to create the character of “The Mentalist” which is now a show that plays regularly in Las Vegas where he now lives.
I saw him perform in Las Vegas recently and was able to chat with him one-on-one after the show because a friend happened to know him.
He's an incredibly interesting yet quietly intense guy, with a warm smile, great sense of humor and an easy-going relaxed energy that puts you at ease immediately. Gerry has an uncanny way of getting into your head -- literally -- and into getting you to share personal information willingly, a gift that only some of the best personal coaches have.
He uses part magic, part intuition and part common sense - in other words, he looks for patterns that are likely to happen based on the fact that a large percentage of the time, they either DO happen or ARE LIKE THAT.
The latter can translate into him guessing people's names, ages, cities they come from in a way that only suggests that he's either performing magic or the man can really read your mind.
Gerry appeared on countless radio and TV talk shows including "Late Night with David Letterman," "The Today Show," “The Vegas Show,” “Soap Talk,” “Real Life” and "The Best Damn Sports Show Period."
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