Uri Geller is fascinating and incredibly talented psychic, his talents stretch far beyond bending spoons. Uri's telepathy and psychokinesis mystifies audiences. Uri uses his talents to aid social action, he lectures and conducts seminars regularly for the world’s largest businesses, political organisations and charities. Leading a mysterious and unique life, Uri is sure to entertain after dinner audiences.
With talents reaching far beyond bending spoons, Uri Geller mystifies, shapes, influences and inspires.
Uri Geller rose to fame in the 1970s by perplexing TV audiences by staring at spoons and apparently bending them with his psychic powers. Motivational; spiritual; elusive and mysterious, he has influenced and entertained the press and the public with his celebrity friendships, cryptic governmental involvement and mind energy illusions.
He inspires audiences to believe in the power of their own mind, and to believe that they will consequentially succeed in life and achieve unimaginably ambitious goals.
Far from bending spoons and fixing broken watches, Uri’s motivational messages now feature in every leading publication across the world, and he has been lauded by the Young Presidents Organisation who voted him most inspirational and motivational speaker – with Dr Henry Kissinger as runner up.
Uri attended the nuclear arms reduction talks in Geneva and was asked to influence the Soviets to sign the treaty, which they did. He has also publicly apologised to Scotland for telepathically making a football move just before Gary McAllister missed a penalty kick against England at the Euro 96 tournament, according to the Sun. He delivered a motivational lecture to the International Federation of Magical Societies in 2015, he has also lectured globally and conducted seminars regularly for the world’s largest businesses, political organisations and charities.
A controversial and interesting character, Uri was deemed a psychic warrior by the CIA in 2017.
Able to entertain the corporate audience with his mind-bending powers, Uri is perfect for an after-dinner engagement.