Murray and Teresa Hatfield
Murray and Teresa Hatfield are professional magicians from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, having lived there since 2006. Murray Hatfield has performed as a solo performer in Germany, Israel, Cyprus, Mexico, North Pole and Japan. Teresa joined Murray in 1992 as a dancer and by 1995 had become his partner on stage. Together they have toured and performed in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, United Kingdom and throughout North America.
They are the recipients of many major awards including the Canadian Association of Magicians 2005-2006 Canadian Magicians of the Year. In 1997, they were awarded the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians Silver Medal in the ProChallenge Competition. In 2009 the President of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, Joan Caesar, awarded them a Presidential Citation for their ongoing contributions to magic.
In 2006, Murray Hatfield purchased a magic shop located in Victoria. After seven years of being owned by Hatfield, the store, which has existed in one form or another since the 1970s, closed its doors for good on August 25, 2013.
In July 2017, the duo performed on the show Penn & Teller: Fool Us, but failed to fool the hosts.
Currently they star and produce the largest touring magic show in Canada.
- "Cover page". The Linking Ring. The International Brotherhood of Magicians. 84 (3): 1. March 2004.
- "Murray Hatfield and Teresa: Canada's Premier Magic Team". The Linking Ring. The International Brotherhood of Magicians. 84 (3): 40. March 2004.
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