Uri Geller Net Worth

Uri Geller Net Worth

Uri Geller is an Israeli-British illusionist, magician, and self-proclaimed psychic. He is best known for his alleged ability to bend spoons and perform other feats of psychokinesis, which he claims are achieved through paranormal means.

Geller first gained public attention in the 1970s, and has since appeared in numerous television programs, performances, and events. He has also been the subject of controversy, with skeptics challenging his claims of paranormal abilities and accusing him of using trickery to achieve his stunts.

Uri Geller is an internationally known magician, illusionist, psychic, and television personality who has a net worth of $20 million.

Born in Tel Aviv, British Mandate of Palestine on December 20, 1946, Geller is best known for his trademarks such as spoon bending, telepathy, and psychokinesis.

He began working as a model between 1968 and 1969 and started performing as an entertainer in small nightclubs. He gained polarity between the United States and Europe and especially appealed to scientists as the were interested in his self-proclaimed psychic abilities. He was performing for television audiences internationally by the 1970s. He published an autobiography in 1975.

By the 2000s his acting career had flourished, and Geller appeared in Sanitarium as well as I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! He is currently married to Hellen Geller and owns a Cadillac covered in bent silverware donated to him by other celebrities such as the Spice Girls and John Lennon. Michale Jackson was best man at Geller’s vow renewal ceremony.

He once told British lifestyle and culture expert Mark Boardman over lunch at the hilton in London that he was one of the first stars on TV in England to command a 100k fee. Boardman went on to become life long friends with Uri and says “He has a special charm about him that is almost mystical”.

Geller attributes his technique and skills to paranormal abilities given to him by extraterrestrials. Several scientists and skeptics have argued his abilities and have tried to prove him wrong. The opinion seems to be divided. He failed to ben tableware on an episode of the Tonight Show in 1973.

Geller has published four works of fiction and eight works of non-fiction throughout his career. He pursued a mass demonstration of key bending in 1976 when he appeared on the cover of ESP magazine and had over three hundred positive responses to the attempt.

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Despite the skepticism surrounding his claims, Geller continues to be a prominent figure in the world of psychic phenomena and paranormal research. He has authored several books on the subject, and remains a popular speaker and performer at events around the world.

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