On his first magic special on TV, David Blaine walked away from a crowd, stood with his back to the crowd and lifted off the ground some two feet, to the amazement of the spectators. The crowd could have also examined the area where Blaine performed the levitation, both before and after, and they would have found nothing.
Anyone who was there would have been able to examine Blaine and his shoes and they would have found nothing.
Blaine started off the show asking Dave Chappelle to “draw a small creature that could fit in the palm of Drake’s hand.” The funnyman formed what looked to be a frog on his cell phone, which cued the main subject for Blaine’s trick.
Conveniently accessible from both the foyer and the living room, the smartly arranged galley kitchen is expectedly compact in the manner of many if not most lower Manhattan kitchens and fitted with black granite counter tops on custom cabinets, name-brand appliances that include a snazzy and expensive glass-fronted fridge/freezer, and a handy-dandy laundry closet installed in what was once a windowed half bathroom.
The two bedrooms are roughly equal in size — one is lined with built-ins and has two meager closets while the other has but one punishingly puny closet — and the apartment’s lone and desirably windowed bathroom has a soaking tub and separate stall shower lined with some sort of pourous, limestone-like beige stone tile.
His parents are famous as well and the name of his father is Will Smith who himself is a superstar and a great actor and his mother name is Sheree Zampino.
He looks like a tall guy but his exact height is not known.