Milt Larsen (April 9, 1931 – May 29, 2023) was an American actor, writer, performer, songwriter, magician, entrepreneur, and lecturer who founded The Magic Castle, a private club for magicians and fans.
Larsen and his brother, Bill Larsen Jr., both worked on television and grew up in a magician’s family. William W. Larsen Sr., their father, was a performing magician and Los Angeles defense attorney. Geraldine, their mother, was an early television pioneer children’s entertainer known as The Magic Lady.
Larsen’s parents launched Genii, The Conjurors Magazine, in 1936, and it is still in print today. The Larsen Family was named one of the 100 most important magicians of the twentieth century by Magic magazine in 1999.
Who is Milt Larsen wife Arlene Larsen?
Arlene Larsen is the surviving wife of Milt Larsen. She is 33 years of age. She is a renowned costume designer.
Milt Larsen was a writer for Bob Barker’s iconic Ralph Edwards audience participation TV show Truth or Consequences (1956-1977).
He also wrote the television series Malibu U (1967), as well as audience participation performances starring Vin Scully and Jim Nabors.
The book for the theatrical musical Victory Canteen, starring Patty Andrews of the Andrews Sisters, was written by Milt Larsen and partner Bobby Lauher. Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman, both prolific songwriters, wrote the songs.
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