Mike Toy is a world-class comedy magician. His clients include Google, Ebay, Citibank, and numerous Fortune 500 companies. Both entertaining and light-hearted, his performances will leave your audience wanting more. Get ready to laugh until it hurts!
Price Range: Contact for rates
Gig Length: 30 - 60 minutes
Languages: Chinese, English
Insurance: $2,000,000 - HMT Insurance
Website: Visit website
What to Expect
If you're looking for world class comedy magic, then Mike Toy's your man!
Mike's combo as a motivational speaker and entertainer is the perfect way to punch up your event or convention. He has performed for Fortune 500 companies like Google, Ebay, Citibank, etc. His highly acclaimed book "It's Not Magic" has been endorsed by some of the top experts in peak performance and personal development.
“Mike Toy is a man after my own heart—a nice guy with a positive attitude who wants to make a difference in people’s lives. This little book will tell you all you need to know to get through your days with a smile on your face. Read it and discover the magic in your life!”
- Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The New One Minute Manager® and One Minute Mentoring
"Mike Toy shares lessons from the entertainment stage in this thoughtful and engaging book. It's Not Magic, actually is magic as well as an approachable journey into the essence of interpersonal excellence Buy it now and voila success will appear."
Joseph Michelli, author of Driven to Delight, The New Gold Standard, The Starbucks Experience and The Zappos Experience.
“This fascinating book shows you a variety of methods and techniques you can use to be more persuasive and entertaining with everyone you meet.”
Brian Tracy – Author/Speaker
"Mike Toy's people skills tips will help you better get along with others. He writes with a light touch and a spirit of service that make it a fun and easy read.”
- Daniel H. Pink, author of To Sell Is Human and Drive
"Fun and full of insights. Mike's secrets will up your game and increase your value to everyone around you."
-Jonah Burger, author of Invisible Influence
Additional Booking Notes
Preferably a 6-8 inch minimum stage so audiences in the back can see.
A way to play music on cue if necessary