Diana Zimmerman is an American performer, entrepreneur, writer, and businesswoman.
At the age of eight, she invested all of her money into a small magic trick, and got her start as a performer.
She made her professional debut at age 16, and developed a successful stage pickpocket act as "Diana the Enchantress".
In the 1960's, she won numerous professional magic awards and continued a successful career billed as the "Worlds Foremost Lady Magician".
After starring in her own television show, she moved into the corporate world as a motivational speaker and magical spokesperson for companies like Ore Ida and the Avocado Advisory Board.
She is currently President and CEO of CMS Communications, Intl., a marketing communications/event production agency.
She remains active in magic and heads up a school for junior magicians which she founded at the Magic Castle in the mid 70's with the assistance of Gary "The General" Grant, magician and former NBA point guard.
She is also a journalist for the haute couture jewelry industry.
She is an author as well. Her successful Kandide fantasy novels have a faery theme; in fact, Diana also owns one of the largest Faery art collections in the world, with pieces dating back to the 1700s.
Diana was formerly married to magician Dick Zimmerman.
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