|Celebrated Name:||Uri Geller|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Uri Geller|
|Age:||73 years old|
|Birth Date:||20 December 1946|
|Birth Place:||Tel Aviv, Mandatory Palestine|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Hannah Geller (m. 1979)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Yes (Natalie Geller, Daniel Geller)|
|Is Uri Geller Gay?:||No|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$25 Million|
|Last Updated:||July 2020|
Uri Geller is an Israel based illusionist. Geller is also known for his magic skills and holds himself as a Television personality and self-proclaimed Psychic. He is famous for his spoon bending tricks and other illusions, which created a buzz on Television programs. He holds the name for conjuring tricks to simulate the effects of psychokinesis and telepathy.
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Early Life & Biography
Geller, born on Tel Aviv, was then a British administered Mandatory Palestine. While Geller’s mother was an Austrian Jewish, his father was Hungarian Jewish. He is the son of Itzhak Geller and Margant Manzy Freud. Geller, though, claims that he is the grand relative of Sigmund Freud, which can be well accepted by his keen interest in psychics.
When Geller was 11, his family moved to Nicosia, Cyprus, where he attended high school, Terra Santa College, where he pursued English. As an adult, Geller joined the Israeli army in the Paratroopers Bridge, where he served in the six-day war of 1967. He also worked as a photographic model in 1968 and 1969 when he became popular for small audiences ion nightclubs.
In 1979, he married Hanna Geller. They have two children,- Natalie and Daniel. It is said that pop singer Michael Jackson was the best company at the duo’s wedding and since then they had a famous friendship. In the 1970s, Geller called himself as a genuine psychic rather than a stage magician or entertainer.
His psychic abilities granted by the extraterrestrials made him a topic or genre of widespread criticism. Throughout his career, he used his psychic abilities to predict the fate of sports or games. His record of incorrect predictions described his endorsement as the curse of Uri Geller by a fan of skeptic James Randi.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 20 December 1946, Uri Geller is 73 years old as of today’s date 13th July 2020. His height is 1.85 m tall, and his weight is 77 kg.
Geller’s career started with television appearances in the 1970s. He was well known for his spoon bending tactics, hidden drawings, and mysterious tricks. He claimed that he achieved all of these through telekinesis and psychic abilities. A scientific experiment was conducted in 1974 by the Stanford Research Institute, where they found authenticity in Geller’s skills and called it the “Geller effect.”
In 2007, Geller hosted an Israeli reality TV show called “The Successor,” which insisted on finding people with supernatural powers. In the same year, he was signed by NBC to host the show “Phenomenon” with another illusionist Criss Angel, where they looked for the next great mentalist.
Awards & Achievements
The Berglas Foundation Honored Geller with the “ Services to the promotion of Magic Award” for his contribution to spreading magic and tricks among the masses.
Net Worth & Salary of Uri Geller in 2020
Being a television personality, he has been very successful after hosting several TV shows. He owes much of his income to the professional drowsing services he performed for mining groups. Geller has a net worth of $25 Million as of July 2020.
Geller has been popular for his mind-bending tricks. He owes bent spoons and twisted cutleries gifted by people who appreciate his psychic abilities. Each owes Geller a priceless sentimental value. One of those spoons were gifted by John Lennon and another by Winston Churchill, maybe because they could see the inner worth and spark of Geller, which others criticized for no reason.