David and Leeman
- Best of the Fringe Show
- Best Live Show
- See on NBC's America's Got Talent
David and Leeman are Award Winning comedy magicians from Los Angeles. They have been lauded as “Miraculous” by the L.A. WEEKLY, “Incredible” by the L.A. EXAMINER, and a “Laugh Riot” by theTOLUCAN TIMES.
On the most recent season of NBC’s America’s Got Talent, the comedy duo finished their run as Top-12 Finalists. AGT judge and funny man, Howie Mandel, said David and Leeman are great magicians, but the fact that they are comedians is what makes them enteraining. During their audition for the AGT they used their own pseudo-science of “pressure phrenology” to make Howie Mandel lose his ability to read.
They have made appearances on the NBC Today Show with anchor Lester Holt and mostly recently they sat down with Queen Latifah to chat and perform a strange quantum experiment on The Queen Latifah Show.
This summer, David and Leeman will appear on the CW Network’s Masters of Illusion produced by Associated Television.
In June of 2014, Bellum Entertainment brought David and Leeman on as writers for the syndicated comedy clip show What Went Down.
They have independently produced and debuted three of their own original live shows at the Hollywood Fringe Festival and we’re awarded “Best of the Fringe Show” all three years.
In 2012 they won the “Best Live Show” award at the Los Angeles Comedy Festival.
Their comedy and magic is edgy, cool, and smart. And they do not own ruffled shirts.
“David and Leeman pour forth a constant stream of smooth patter that is as perfectly timed as their split-second feats of prestidigitation, dexterous legerdemain, sleight-of-hand card tricks and stunts . . . they delight with a series of miraculous routines.”
“If you love magic, this is definitely the show for you . . . Their new show adds some comedy and drama to what are already amazing tricks. Based on the sheer numbers at their performances, they must be doing something right. Check it out and decide for yourself.”
“David Blatter and Leeman Parker have successfully melded the wonders of magic and the blunders of stand up into one spectacular laugh riot with their hit, How to Convincingly Fake Honesty . . . this comedy duo keeps a rapt audience enthralled with interactive, thought-provoking tricks . . . a crowd pleaser across the board.”