David Blaine is one the hearing name in the word where his fans are keen to know about his successful career and net worth. So today we are going to talk about David Blaine's career and Net worth.
The famous illusionist "David Blaine net worth is estimated to be around $12 million. He is also recognized as one of the highest paid magicians.
His wealth also comes from appearing in TV specials and on his own TV show too. David Blaine rose to fame manipulating the regular old Harry Houdini's standard, which is performing an incredible stunt and reporting the press previously.
When Blaine was four years old, he saw a magician showing his magic tricks in the subway. This incident had sparked an interest in Blaine. He started out as a street prophet and was able to gain noteworthy popularity due to his natural tricks and charismatic personality. His success as a magician advised him to record a tape of his performance which he sent to NBC.
He was soon summoned for an interview and his first television special, 'David Blaine: Street Magic' was advertised on NBC on 19th May 1997. It was very successful and was supported by 'David Blaine: Magic Man' two years later.
For his shows, he traveled across the country and performed tricks in the streets before real, naive people. He performed such tricks in Atlantic City, Compton, Dallas, the Mojave Desert, New York City, and San Francisco, and was soon a national celebrity.
He played his first endurance stunt in 1999, by submerging himself in a 3-ton water-filled tank for seven days. He touched new alps of fame following this trick as he had outdone his hero, Harry Houdini, who had planned a similar feat but died in 1926 before he could perform it.
In 2000 he played a stunt called "Frozen in time" in which he was suspended into a block of ice for 63 hours, 42 minutes and 15 seconds. Three years later, on 5th September 2003, he began his 44-day continuing stunt sealed inside a transparent Plexiglas case stayed 9 meters (30 ft) in the air next to Potters Fields Park on the south bank of the River Thames.
His 2003 stunt 'Above the Below' was one of his much-publicized ones. Meant to be a 44-day endurance stunt, Blaine was sealed inside a transparent Plexiglas case suspended 9 meters (30ft) in the air next to Potters Fields Park on September 5.
He survived on just 4.5 liters of water per day over the period without any food. Blaine was awarded as a recipient of the Magician of the Year Award.