Abracadabra! Illusionist David Copperfield unveils new look as he magically reveals MUCH fuller head of hair

David Copperfield appears to have pulled off his greatest magic trick yet – making his full head of hair grow back.

The illusionist, 60, unveiled his dramatic new look as he appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America Times Square Studio in New York City on Tuesday.

David, who was formerly engaged to supermodel Claudia Schiffer, 47, sported a slightly less luscious head of hair in the past.


Grand unveiling: David Copperfield, 60, appears to have pulled off his greatest magic trick yet – making his full head of hair grow back, as he appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America Times Square Studio in New York City on Tuesday

Grand unveiling: David Copperfield, 60, appears to have pulled off his greatest magic trick yet – making his full head of hair grow back, as he appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America on Tuesday (left photo – September 12th, 2017, right photo – September 17th, 2003)

The magician looked handsome as he displayed a full thatch of dark hair on his head – and smiled at the cameras as he proudly flaunted his new look.

It is unknown whether David opted to undergo a hair transplant or is wearing a wig – but the dapper star looked happier than ever with his more lustrous appearance.

Wearing a black shirt, he teased at his chest hair by leaving his top buttons undone as he smouldered at the camera.

David met Claudia when he brought her on stage for a mind reading act and to partake in a flying illusion in 1993 at a Berlin gala.

The pair became engaged in January 1994, and David went on to introduce Claudia for many of his acts as a guest assistant, where she appeared in many of his illusions such as being sawn in half.

She also appeared alongside Copperfield in David Copperfield: 15 Years Of Magic (1994), a documentary in which she played the role of a reporter interviewing him, at the end of which they reprised their performance of the flying illusion.

After a nearly six-year engagement, in September 1999 they announced their separation citing work schedules.

Forbes magazine reported that Copperfield earned $55 million in 2003, making him the tenth highest paid celebrity in the world.

He earned $57 million in 2004 and 2005, and $30 million in 2009 in entertainment earnings, according to Forbes.

Copperfield performs over 500 shows per year throughout the world, and holds 11 Guinness World Records; Most magic shows performed in a year, Most tickets sold worldwide by a solo entertainer, Highest career earnings as a magician, Largest international television audience for a magician, Largest magic work archive, and Largest illusion ever staged.

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