How'd you get started

where have you been

what have you done

"The first time I saw a ventriloquist on TV, I was hooked."

 A guy takes out a wooden dummy from a suitcase, sits him on his knee, and asks the little guy to say hello to the audience.

"I can't do that," says the little guy.

"Why not?"

"My mother told me not to talk to strangers!"   

 A guy takes out a wooden dummy from a suitcase, sits him on his knee, and asks the little guy to say hello to the audience.

"I can't do that," says the little guy.

"Why not?"

"My mother told me not to talk to strangers!"   

The audience laughs. They clap.

They just saw a piece of wood come to life. 

I just saw my future. 

The audience laughs. They clap.

They just saw a piece of wood come to life. I just saw my future. 

The audience laughs. They clap.

They just saw a piece of wood come to life. I just saw my future. 

Steve's all grown up, and now he's

the guy with the suitcase. In fact, he's

got lots of suitcases, and has

taken them all over the world.  

First job:

Ringling Bros. Barnum

& Bailey Circus.

(never go on after the elephants)

 Fast forward to the future:

 Fast forward to the future:

Steve's all grown up, and

now he's the guy with the

suitcase. In fact, he's got lots

of suitcases, and has

taken them all over the world.  

One of Denmark's major

newspapers, "Berlingske Tidende,"

gave Jack the title of,

"Hele Danmark's Kæledyr,"

("Denmark's Favorite Pet")

after his first TV appearance.

...followed by a three month

European tour, which somehow

took fifteen years to complete.

During that time, he performed at

numerous corporate functions,

and learned to entertain and hold

some very diverse audiences.

...followed by a three month

European tour, which somehow took

fifteen years to complete. During that time, he

performed at numerous corporate functions, and

learned to entertain and hold some very

diverse audiences.

One of Denmark's major

newspapers, "Berlingske Tidende," gave Jack

the title of, "Hele Danmark's Kæledyr,"

("Denmark's Favorite Pet") after his

first TV appearance.

 After that came

lots more TV shows...

...and seventy TV commercials in different languages!

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Steve and Jack are currently

based in Las Vegas, Nevada,

and have performed at a

number of major casino/resorts

including The Tropicana,

The Suncoast, Imperial Palace,

and Sam's Town.

...and seventy

TV commercials

in different languages!

Then, the unthinkable happens:

Jack goes solo and becomes

a cartoon. "There's no hard

feelings," said Steve when he

heard the news. "Jack's

a puppet. It's really the only

other direction he can go in."

Then, the unthinkable

happens: Jack goes solo

and accepts an offer to

become a cartoon. "There's

no hard feelings," said Steve

when he heard the news.

"Jack's a puppet. It's really

the only other direction

he can go in."

"Being a cartoon wasn't

for me," Jack said. " I lost my

sense of control, and felt manipulated.

That's why I went back to

working with Steve."

Then, the unthinkable happens:

Jack goes solo and becomes a cartoon.

"There's no hard feelings,"

said Steve when he heard the news. "Jack's

a puppet. It's really the only other

direction he can go in."

UPDATE:

UPDATE:

Steve and Jack are currently based in Las Vegas, Nevada,

and have performed at a number of major casino/resorts including

The Tropicana, The Suncoast, Imperial Palace, and Sam's Town.

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