He has been a professional mentalist for over 20 years. His father was an NYC detective and an expert at interrogation. Gerry actually learned some skills from observing his father at work. He performed his first show at the age of 12 and started touring the country at the age of 15.
He has studied memory techniques, body language, hypnosis, linguistics, statistics, law of averages, non-verbal communication, magic, acting, theatre and stand up comedy, all of which he uses in his act.
Starting in October 2007 he appeared on Phenomenon with Criss Angel and Uri Geller.
On June 25, 2008, Gerry McCambridge celebrated his 500th Las Vegas performance having been in that city for three years.
At the end of the 500th performance, Gary Gregg, the COO. of Hooters Casino Hotel came on stage to congratulate him. As a token of appreciation, Mr. Gregg presented him with a diamond Rolex watch. In addition, Mr. Gregg announced to that Hooters would extend his contract for another year, and that the casino would add a 6th night to his weekly performing schedule.
This makes McCambridge the longest running mentalist show in Las Vegas history.
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