JACKSON RAYNE – Magician Illusionist Escape Artist

Jackson Rayne walks through walls, escapes underwater submersion and laughs at life′s impossibilities.

In 1999, Jackson first gained national media attention through the Associated Press and the syndicated TV show EXTRA for attempting a deadly underwater escape in Salem, Oregon. By the way, he successfully escaped!

In 2003, Jackson Rayne once again attracted national media attention with his production ofImmersion: Buried Alive 10 Feet Underwater. Submerged 10 feet underwater, he escaped from a seven foot tall wooden coffin while he was shackled by 13 locks, 10 feet of chain, and several iron cuffs.

In 2005, Jackson Rayne survived another underwater escape on his first national television appearance on MTV. Locked in chains Jackson escaped in a public pool in Los Angeles, California.  The escape has aired many times on MTV Networks with the most recent being in fall 2011.  He also recently shot a pilot for MTV called, My Life Is a Reality Television Show.

His one-man show has enjoyed multiple year engagements at Knott’s Berry Farm theme park in California and the historic Elsinore Theatre in Salem, Oregon.

Most recently Jackson Rayne was selected as a featured performer for the worldwide tour ofSpellbound − The Greatest Magic Show on Earth. He continues to tour across the globe in packed arenas performing for thousands of people in what is undoubtedly one of the greatest magic shows in the world.

On November 17, 2009, during G2E, the Global Gaming Expo, the world’s largest event for the casino entertainment industry, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Jackson Rayne set a new Guinness World Record for the fastest escape from a strait jacket (7.26 seconds!).  Jackson’s world record is published in the 2011 and 2012 editions of Guinness World Records.

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