||WHO IS THE FANTASTIC FIG?
- "The Fantastic Fig" is the
alter-ego of renowned Personal Injury
attorney Paul F. Fegen. Mr. Fegen is a
native of Los Angeles who attended Los
Angeles High School, UCLA as an undergraduate,
and USC Law School. He worked his way
through school as a dance instructor,
a clown, and a juggler.
- Still a clown at heart, Mr. Fegen can
impress with his legal prowess, but he's
guaranteed to amaze as the Fantastic Fig.
- "Most lawyers I meet tell me I'm
very good, but most magicians I meet tell
me I'm the best they've ever seen."
- The Fantastic Fig's brand of walk-around
magic is sure to liven up any function
and infuse a combination of fun,
excitement, and a healthy dose of astonishment.
- Whether catering to a smaller intimate
gathering, or a larger venue, the Fantastic
Fig can tailor a show that will amaze
and delight any fan of close up magic.
As he often says: "Doing one card
trick can bring out a person's personality,
that would otherwise take a whole night
- Check out what some people have said
after having their minds blown by the
- "Can I
have your autograph?" Miss
Jamaica of Miss Universe Pageant
at Century City Plaza Hotel.
a daily basis, we deal with admirals
and generals and you are more impressive."
Josh Shachar, President of Engineering
- "I have
lived 72 years and I have never
seen anything like this before."
Father of tenant, Greg Chavez.
- "I've always
thought if I saw magicians do tricks
up close, I could catch what they're
doing. I can't see how you do it."
- "You are
as good, or better, than David Copperfield."
Bernd Hackenberg, Puzzle Box inventor.
- "I haven't
been drunk in 2 years. I don't understand."
Gunnar, client of Brad Herschel.
- "You're good, man."
Andrew Dice Clay, comedian.
do I have a hole in my head? Because
he can see what I'm thinking!"
Anonymous little girl.
- "I am not
leaving your office until you tell
me how you did that trick. You can
even call the police." Stella
Berestetsy, real estate broker.
- "And to
think that your talents are wasted
in law and real estate." Advertising
manager, Matthew Bender.