Igor Trifunov is Serbian most successful magician and illusionist of newer generation. The winner of the Grand Prix at the Balkans Congress of the magicians. He was awarded first prize at the International competition in Maribor. The author of TV show “Street Magic” and illusionist spectacle “Igor’s Magic Show”.

Igor Mađioničar

He was born on 1st January 1973 in Belgrade. The first interest in magic he was showing during the primary school, when he did not suspect that it will become his profession one day. Even then, with his tricks he fascinated his classmates on parties and excursion. In final years of his primary school he began practicing karate, and later, as high school student, he participated on the cadet competitions and started to win his first medals.

His first public performance Igor had in New Year’s celebration program in 1990 at the Radio Television Belgrade. Later he was attracted more to literature about magic, and his free time he spent practicing magic tricks. Soon afterwards, he started practicing this skill on a professional level performing on numerous birthday parties, television shows and New Year’s celebrations.

He continued perfecting his carrier working on a new magic plays along with Serbian doyen of magic, Mica Bugarcic. He begins cooperation with his assistant Ana Dimitrijevic and wins the Grand Prix at the 3rd Balkans Congress of the magicians held on 2002 in Belgrade. Soon afterwards, this was followed by numerous performances in corporations, embassies, televisions, as well as appearances on magician congresses both in our country and abroad. Wider popularity he gains thanks to his own TV series “Street magic”.

On October 2010 at the 7th Balkans Congress in Thessaloniki he wins the Grand Prix with his new act in the category of manipulation. On the same month, his author play “Igor’s Magic Show” had its premiere in Belgrade, which is successfully being played the second season. On November 2011, he was awarded first prize on the International Congress of magician in Maribor, with which he qualified for the world Cup.

Results and awards

  • 2015 FISM World Championship of Magic

    Fourth place (manipulation) - Rimini, Italy 2015

  • 2014 FISM European Championship of Magic

    Sixth place (manipulation) - France, 2014

  • International Magic Congress 2013

    Second place - Abano Terme, Italy 2013

  • 55th Austrian Magic Convention

    First place (manipulation) - Baden (Vienna), Austria 2012

  • Magibor

    First place - Maribor, Slovenia 2011

  • 7th Congress of the Balkan magician

    Grand Prix - Thessaloniki, Greece 2010

  • Magibor

    Third place - Maribor, Slovenia 2004

  • 3rd Congress of the Balkan magician

    Grand Prix - Belgrade, Serbia 2002

  • Yu Beo Magic

    Second place (illusion) - Belgrade, Serbia 2001