TikTok magician shows you how to do *fancy* magic tricks

Baffle everyone you know with these simple (but ultra awesome) magic tricks!


What happened to “a good magician never reveals his secrets”? Well, this modern magician ignores the rules, and people love it!

20-year-old magician and content creator, Sean makes magicposts videos for his 20 million followers, showing how to pull off deft sleight of hand tricks.

Hailed as one of the best magicians on TikTok, Sean Sotaridona will not only wow you with his tricks, but also take you behind the scenes and walk you through them so you can try them too.

Born in the Netherlands, Sean has been practicing magic since he was 6 years old. He moved to the United States at a young age and learned most of his early secrets from The card trick teachera magician YouTuber.

Sean’s “Teach Me A Magic Trick” series will show you how to make a pencil disappear or carry a rubber band from finger to finger.

@seandoesmagic Teaching MAGIC with random objects 😳🎩🙌🏼 #Magic trick #How? ‘Or’ What #Tutorial ♬ Lady – Listen to me tonight – Modjo

Not impressed yet? Try to make a ping pong ball disappear, change a card from ace of diamonds to king of spades, or take a cap off a marker and make it disappear.

@seandoesmagic Teaching MAGIC with random objects 😱😂🙌🏼 #Magic trick #Tutorial #How? ‘Or’ What ♬ Lady – Listen to me tonight – Modjo

Sean makes magic will also show you how to levitate a coin, put a pen in your nose, or magically restore a broken dollar bill.

@seandoesmagic how to do easy magic tricks part 1 🪄 @mxrkup #Magic trick #Wizard ♬ Lady – Listen to me tonight – Modjo
@seandoesmagic Teaching MAGIC with random objects 😱🎩 #Magic trick #magictutorial #How? ‘Or’ What ♬ Lady – Listen to me tonight – Modjo

The collection of video tutorials has garnered millions of views, and Sean hopes the clips will inspire others to get into the magic.

Sure, it may be against the magician’s code, but most Sean fans are happy that he’s sharing his witchcraft secrets.

“I thought magicians didn’t reveal their tricks, but that’s fine with me,” one user wrote.

“Okay, now I know how to do magic, thanks!” said another.

While someone else commented: “Love that you do this. Learned so much from you!”.

Pictures: SeanDoesMagic / ICT Tac

Brian L. Hartfield