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Penn Jillette Biography

Penn Frasier Jillette was born on March 5, 1955, is an American magician, comedian, illusionist, juggler, musician and writer famous for his work with fellow magician Teller in the team Penn & Teller, & advocacy of atheism, Objectivism, libertarian philosophy, free-market economics, & scientific skepticism. Jillette worked w/ high school classmate Michael Moschen  in developing and performing a juggling act during the years immediately following their 1973 graduation. In 1974, Jillette graduated fr Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey Clown College. That same year, he was presented to Teller by Weir Chrisimer, a mutual friend. The 3 then formed a 3-person act called Asparagus Valley Cultural Society which played in Amherst, Massachusetts & San Francisco, California. In 1981, he and Teller teamed up as Penn & Teller, & went on to do a famous off-Broadway show.

Penn Jillette Bio

In 2009, Jillette did a spoken guest appearance on a song by Pakistani rapper Adil Omar. The song was titled “Spookshow” & produced by DJ Solo of Soul Assassins. The lyrics condemn religious extremism and encourage skepticism. It is set to be featured on a compilation album by Thick Syrup Records alongside artists like Matt Cameron of Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Half Japanese & more. On May 24, 2010, Jillette begun a daily show on Revision3 named Penn Point. An avid upright bassist, Penn frequently accompanies jazz pianist Mike Jones, who opens for the magician’s Las Vegas show.

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