Jim Karol is truly one of the most
unique and amazing individuals of our time. He has risen from the steel mills
of PA to becoming one of the most sought after acts in the industry. Jim's highly
energetic and charismatic personality along with his incredible memory, has landed
him over 4,000 shows and worldwide attention, including the front page of the
Wall Street Journal.
Jim has been seen by millions
of people from his appearances on NBC's Tonight Show with Jay Leno, the Ellen
Show, NBC's Today Show, Howard Stern on Demand, as well as Montel, Rosie O'Donnell,
Fox News, and numerous other television programs. He is also becoming a regular
on national radio shows such as Breuer Unleashed, Coast to Coast, and Howard
Stern. Jim has also held three
Guinness World records and has been featured in the blockbuster hit movie "Jackass
In the Fall of 2007, Jim performed
on a weekly NBC special called "Phenomenon", which featured the worlds
Ten Best Mentalists. He also performed at the World's Magic Awards on FOX and
received the award for the World's Greatest Mentalist.
Jim's "Psychic Madman"
show combines extraordinary feats of the mind with zany comedy and dangerous
stunts. He picked up the name "Psychic Madman" when he accurately
predicted the Pennsylvania Lottery worth over 12 million dollars back in 1990.
Jim is EXTREMELY intuitive and many people believe that he can actually read
Jim's memory skills are incomparable to say the least. He has memorized over
80,000 zip codes, the Scrabble dictionary, thousands of digits of Pi, sports
almanacs, every country and capital on the planet, and thousands of other facts.
On the Ellen show, Jim actually memorized a shuffled deck of cards in a matter
of seconds. His most amazing memory feat is knowing the day of the week for
every date all the way back to 1492.
Jim shows no sign of slowing
down. He recently wrote another book called "Mind Games" and is currently
working on several projects with some of his celebrity friends. He has also
become involved with several charity poker tournaments, one of his many new
found hobbies. Don't be surprised if you see Jim's
face pop up on the BIG SCREEN again.