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The boys' continued job search led them to an ad recruiting child clowns to perform in parades. [6] After completing classes with the local Parks and Recreation Department, they were hired at C$ 10 a gig, [14] eventually making as much as $100 per hour. [6] [15] John, however, grew tired of making himself up, and began to transition as a performer. [6] As a child, he'd seen a magic show on New Year's Eve that inspired him, [16] [17] and by the age of ten, he was making his own magic props; [17] by 15 he was using the barn as a workshop to create large-scale illusions. [17] He studied the definitive volumes of Tarbell Course in Magic , and sought out professional illusionists David Wilson and Shawn Farquhar , who became mentors and friends. [18] He joined the Vancouver Magic Circle and the International Brotherhood of Magicians , [19] and over the next decade he won several awards, [20] including 3rd Best Stage Performer of the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians at 16. [5]

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