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David copperfield dating now

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In 2002, he was the subject of an hour-long biographical special, aired on A&E's "Biography" channel.On April 5, 2009, Copperfield made his first live TV appearance for some time when he entertained the audience at the 44th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards with two illusions.

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Copperfield then brought Lady Liberty back, ending the illusion by saying that "our ancestors couldn't (enjoy rights and freedoms), we can and our children will".They welcomed their first child together, daughter Sky, in spring 2010."I'm so lucky to have found David," Gosselin told . He's spent more than 30 years at the top of his profession."Because of my work I have the privilege of living in extraordinary places around the world," Copperfield explained to the magazine.Copperfield's television specials have won 21 Emmy Awards of a total 38 nominations.Most of his media appearances have been through television specials and guest spots on television programs.

His illusions have included the disappearance of a Learjet (1981), the vanishing and reappearance of the Statue of Liberty (1983), levitating over the Grand Canyon (1984), walking through the Great Wall of China (1986), escaping from Alcatraz prison (1987), the disappearance of an Orient Express dining car (1991) and flying on stage for several minutes (1992).

The 57-year-old magician is set to wed 28-year-old girlfriend Chloe Gosselin, the mother of his 3-year-old daughter, Sky.

The famous illusionist revealed he is off the market while reminiscing about his past six-year romance with Claudia Schiffer during a recent interview with magazine.

Both the disappearance and the reappearance of the statue were filmed in long take to demonstrate the absence of camera tricks.

Reviewer Greg Evans described the sold-out show in Variety magazine: "With a likable, self-effacing demeanor that rarely comes across in his TV specials, Copperfield leads the audience through nearly two hours of truly mind-boggling illusions.

In addition to the two books, Copperfield also wrote an essay as part of the "This I Believe" series from NPR and the This I Believe, Inc.