Jen Kramer is magic.
She turns the impossible into the impossible-to-ignore – and always does it with a smile.
One of America’s most celebrated magicians, Jen has been wowing audiences around the globe for over a decade with her sparkling personality and world-class sleight-of-hand. A recipient of the prestigious Merlin Award, Jen was named 2016 Female Magician of the Year by the International Magicians Society.
Among other media appearances, Jen has been featured on the Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Masters of Illusion television shows on The CW Network. She currently headlines her regular live show at Wyndham’s Grand Desert Resort and Marriott’s Grand Chateau in Las Vegas. Her performances are full of comedy, audience participation, and jaw-dropping fun.
Jen graduated with honors in Theater from Yale University (Class of 2014), where she served as Founder and President of the Yale Magic Society.
Magic legend David Blaine called Jen “hugely gifted” and described her as “one of the most talented and most promising young magicians anywhere.”
Creative, upbeat, fearless, incredibly skilled – that’s Jen Kramer. Whether she’s turning $1 bills into $100s or sawing a man in thirds (any magician can saw a man in half!), Jen brings a next-generation exuberance into the tradition-based magic world.
She also created a Slap Bracelet of Magic Secrets, available on Amazon. On this special USB bracelet (containing magic tutorial videos built into a USB drive in the bracelet itself), Jen teaches viewers how to do 10 cool magic tricks using everyday items.
Jen’s first exposure to magic came from her uncle, a magic enthusiast, who gave her some magic books when she was a child. She then signed up for Tannen’s Magic Camp and won first place in the junior close-up competition. By now, Jen’s magic is truly universal. A member of the Society of American Magicians, the International Brotherhood of Magicians, the Academy of Magical Arts and Hollywood’s world-famous Magic Castle, she has performed for audiences around the world in English, French, Spanish and Swahili.