Chilliwack illusionist Chris Funk will be performing four times in this season’s Masters of Illusion show. (Associated Television Intl. screen shot)

Chilliwack illusionist Chris Funk will be performing four times in this season’s Masters of Illusion show. (Associated Television Intl. screen shot)

WATCH: Chilliwack magician brings signature illusion to international TV audiences

Chris Funk will be appearing for the ninth time on show ‘Masters of Illusion’ in August

Chilliwack magician Chris Funk the ‘Wonderist’ is bringing one of his signature illusions that has entertained millions of people around the world to the seventh season of Masters of Illusion.

This will be Funk’s ninth appearance on the show where he will be bringing his blend of awe-inspiring magic combining live music and witty humour to TV screens.

“These appearances combine magic and my guitar. Something never seen before. It’s surreal to think I got to film this in front of a studio audience before COVID shut everything down, and I can still share it with the world,” Funk said.

He will actually be appearing four times in this year’s series, making for a total of 12 appearances on Masters of Illusion by the end of the season.

Funk’s first of four appearances will air on Aug. 7 on The CW network (check local listings for channel/time). The series showcases celebrity magicians from around the world in a theatre-style setting and is hosted by Dean Cain.

Funk has performed magic across the globe, and on 24 national and international TV shows including CW’s Penn & Teller: Fool Us and NBC’s America’s Got Talent.

About Chris Funk: Chris Funk the Wonderist is a corporate and performing arts touring magician who blends a world-class, Las Vegas-style magic show with side-splitting, sarcastic humour and unforgettable live music.

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Chilliwack illusionist Chris Funk will be performing four times in this season’s Masters of Illusion show. (Associated Television Intl. screen shot)

Chilliwack illusionist Chris Funk will be performing four times in this season’s Masters of Illusion show. (Associated Television Intl. screen shot)

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