Tim Ellis Net Worth


Tim Ellis’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Tim Ellis was born on 8 May, 1963 in Melbourne, is a Magician, illusionist, publisher, producer. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Tim Ellis’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Occupation Magician, illusionist, publisher, producer
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 8 May 1963
Birthday 8 May
Birthplace Melbourne
Nationality Melbourne

What is Tim Ellis’s net worth?

Tim Ellis’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Tim Ellis is 58 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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He has performed on television programs including Midday, Good Morning Australia, The Daryl Somers Show, Young Talent Time, Hey Hey It’s Saturday, Sunrise, and The Today Show. He also appears in Nadia Tass’s feature film Matching Jack (2010). Tim was consultant for the TV specials of popular Australian magician Cosentino.


In 2007 Ellis was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome.

After the 2007 show Poker in the Face, Ellis presented two shows for the 2008 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Illusionarium with Ellis & Webster and Something About Needles & Razorblades. Later that year he performed The Wizards of Aus at The Melbourne Magic Festival. The 2009 Festival saw his new shows AspyCadabra, and Ellis in Wonderland performed with Sue-Anne Webster. The 2010 Festival saw two new shows Escape From Reality and Illusionarium 2010 and in 2011 they premiered Once Upon A Time… 2012 his solo shows The Mad Hatter’s Magical Tea Party and Timeless Magic followed by three new shows in 2013 The Mad Hatter’s History of Hattery, As Seen on TV and In Dreams. In 2014 he presented the improvised show Magic vs Music: The Audience Always Wins and 1 Defining Moment as well as Immaculate Deceptions for the Bally On High Festival. At the 2015 Melbourne Magic Festival he presented The Mad Hatter: Return to Wonderland and the poker themed show Full House, as well as producing MagicSports which won the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award for ‘Funniest Show’.


Ellis sat on the jury at the FISM World Championship of Magic in 2003 at Den Haag, in 2006 at Stockholm, and 2009 in Beijing. In 2004 Ellis and Webster produced three magic teaching DVDs, and together with a team of Melbourne magicians they set a new Guinness World Record for the world’s longest magic show by performing non-stop for 75 hours at Luna Park, Melbourne, Australia. The previous record was 24 hours. In the same year Ellis produced the 29th Australian Convention of Magicians.


Ellis was married to Sue-Anne Webster from 1998 to 2011. Ellis performed as a guest artist at the FISM World Championship of Magic, performing in the Close Up Gala in 2000 and the Stage Gala in 2003. In 2001 Ellis and Webster were voted ‘Most Valuable Performers’ by their peers at the close up magic convention ‘Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolic’ in Batavia, New York.


In 1994 he was awarded second place in ‘Micro Magic’ at the FISM World Magic Championship in Yokohama, Japan. This followed the ‘Special Prize of the Jury’ he was awarded at the 1991 FISM in Lausanne, Switzerland for his ‘Six Card Rap’.


In 1992 he bought Australia’s oldest magic shop, ‘Bernard’s’ which he owned for several years.


Ellis was married to Kristina Todorovich from 1990 to 1998.


In 1986 he created and produced ‘National Magic Week’, a ten-day festival of the magical arts which was presented annually for the next nine years.


Ellis began performing magic at the age of 9 after his grandfather gave him a magic set as a gift. At the age of 14 he was the youngest magician ever admitted to The Magic Circle of Victoria and two years later won four out of their five annual awards. In 1980 he won the title ‘Best Under 18 Magician of Australia’.


Tim Ellis (born 8 May 1963) is an Australian performer, author and lecturer in the world of magic and illusion.

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