Danny Buckler

Danny Buckler

Danny Buckler began his career in the mid-Nineties as a magician - working the shop floor of Harrods.

From there, he was soon invited to perform at private functions for the likes of Liam Gallagher, Bruce Willis and the Sultan of Brunei, and began to perform on the stand-up circuit.

Initially conjuring remained the mainstay of his act - he performed an Edinburgh Fringe show in 2003 with fellow magician-comedian Mandy Muden - although he has more recently adopted a storytelling approach.

He has entertained the troops in Bosnia, Belfast, The Falkland Islands and Diego Garcia and supported Victoria Wood on her 2001 national tour.

On TV he has appeared in the BBC 1 primetime Saturday night specials Secrets of Magic, and has been a warm-up act for recordings of Dead Ringers and Dinnerladies, among others.

He also has a keen interest in horror films of the Thirties and kung-fu.

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Comedy magicians get prime-time slot

Comedy magicians Danny Buckler and John Lenahan are to appear on a prime-time BBC1 show about the secrets of magic.

The pair are half of a four-strong team of magicians appearing in the Saturday-night show Secrets Of Magic, expected to have its pilot airing on August 2.

The hour-long show combines illusions with a elements of Call My Bluff as celebrities try to guess how the tricks are done from a shortlist of options.

Ulrika Jonsson, Leslie Grantham and Donal McIntyre all take part in the pilot, which is hosted by Nick Knowles from DIY SOS.

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Published: 15 Jul 2003

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Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2002

Danny Buckler and Mandy Muden


Edinburgh Fringe 2012

Danny Buckler: The Phantom


Edinburgh Fringe 2014

Danny Buckler: Punch


Edinburgh Fringe 2016

Danny Buckler: Showman Shaman


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