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Together, Penn Jillette known professionally as Penn and Raymond Teller known both professionally and personally, simply as Teller make up one of the most successful acts in the history of magic. Over a glittering career in the industry, spanning a whopping 40 years, this dynamic duo have accomplished some incredible feats, from catching moving bullets to making elephants disappear into thin air, but how did they get from passionate amateurs to having their very own stars on the Hollywood walk of fame? While the diminutive Teller has traditionally remained as quiet off the stage as he is on it, his hulking partner Penn has never been one to keep his opinions to himself, often revealing details of their past and making his voice heard in debates both in and outside of the illusionist community. From their humble beginnings and appreciation of each other's craft to their controversial opinions on religion, authority and everything in between, this is the untold truth of Penn and Teller. Now one of the world's most famous double acts, Penn and Teller actually began their long and successful careers as illusionists as part of a trio. The Asparagus Valley Cultural Society was a three-man show that was active between and , combining elements of comedy and magic with wacky music.
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He is a famous magician, writer, actor, painter, film director, and illusionist who has featured on so many projects in his 4-decade long career that it is hard for us to keep score. Teller is so quiet that silence has become his trademark and the media has a field day whenever he speaks at a show or interview. This strategy, Teller explained, was adopted because he realized he made the audience pay more attention to him instead of pelting him with garbage when he first started performing at fraternity parties.
Already taking six medications, he was warned that early death was assured unless he got serious about his health. He was advised to have his stomach stapled and lose pounds. Jillette wondered if there was another way.