Teller


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in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The United States
February 14, 1948

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Teller (born Raymond Joseph Teller) is an American illusionist, comedian and writer best known as the silent half of the comedy magic duo known as Penn & Teller, along with Penn Jillette. He legally changed his name to "Teller" and possesses one of the few United States passports issued in a single name.

Average rating: 4.0 · 2,211 ratings · 199 reviews · 17 distinct works
When I'm Dead All This Will...

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Tour Of Darkness

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House of Mystery: The Magic...

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House of Mystery: The Magic...

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Penn & Teller's How to Play...

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Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends

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Penn & Teller's How to Play...

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Savage Worlds Deluxe Explor...

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The Right Way to Do Wrong: ...

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Sock Monkeys: 200 Out of 1,863

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“Try that yourself sometime: Take something (or someone) you love, and -in your imagination- say goodbye forever right now. Grieve for a moment. Then feel the explosion of happiness that comes when you remind yourself you don't have to say goobye.
At least, not yet.”
Teller

“Sometimes magic is just someone spending more time on something than anyone else might reasonably expect.”
Teller



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