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Zomah

Zomah

 
  • 1872-1948
  • Real Name: Alfred Giddings
  • Birthday: November 29
  • Birthplace: England
  • Buried: ?

Alfred Giddings and his wife, Adelaide, had a two-person mindreading (second sight) act as "The Zomahs" in the early years of the 20th Century.

When the couple first toured with their act in 1902, they were billed as "Alfred and Adelaide Marriott". By 1908, they had changed the name of their act to "The Zomahs".

Most of their career was spent touring South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and their home of England. However, they did have two brief tours that took them to the United States in 1920.

Alfred founded the Institute of Magicians in 1934.

 

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