Born and raised in Singapore, Prakash swiftly became the country’s leading close-up magician before immigrating to New York City in 2003.
Within a week, he became a featured performer at the longest-running magic show in the Manhattan’s history. Since then, he has performed on Fox, been featured on NPR and PRI’s The World, profiled by Fortnight Journal, and is the co-creator of the hit off-Broadway show, STRANGE THINGS.
He is the co-founder of The Artifice Group, New York’s source for the finest magicians and mystery entertainers from across the globe.
He frequently serves as a technical consultant for screen and stage productions. Recent projects include working with Suzan-Lori Parks on her Pulitzer Prize winning play, Topdog/Underdog, and teaching sleight-of-hand to actors at The Juilliard School’s Drama Division.
Additionally, he writes long-form articles for Genii, The Conjurer’s Magazine – the premier independent magazine in the world of magic today.