Famous magician Daryl Easton reportedly Committed Suicide at a club in Los Angeles. After he failed to appear for his performance, the employees at the club checked for him and found him dead in his room. Daryl was wearing his undergarments alone when he was discovered in the closet of the building with a bag above his head.

The 61-year-old, known for his tricks with cards was set to perform at the famous Hollywood club 'Magic Castle'. He was a regular visitor to the club. The police responded to the club after being reported about the dead body at around 7:30 p.m.

A regular at Magic Castle

The Magic Castle is a famous Hollywood eatery that hosts shows by top magicians. They expressed their sorrow on Easton's death. Their spokesperson said that the 'beloved illusionist', who was to perform at their club this week, was found dead in their premises. The club mourns the loss of their talented performer.

The magician was scheduled to perform a show at the time his body was found. He was a regular at the venue, both as a performer and a visitor. Daryl, in his last post on Facebook, wished for those affected by the storm that killed many in California last week.

A top magician

The performer was known as "The Magician's Magician" among his co-workers. He invented many magic tricks, especially with cards.

Born on August 13, 1955, in Auburn, California, Easton specialised in parlor magic, close-up and card tricks. He is known for inventing the "Hot Shot Cut" and the "Ultimate Ambition" trick. He won a gold medal at the World Congress of Magi, in 1982. He has been awarded 6 academy awards, voted Close-up magician twice, lecturer of the year twice and excelled in almost every competition in his field.

This made him one of the top magicians across the globe.

Little Daryl was fascinated with magic since he was 7-years-old. Then he started performing street magic for crowds in San Diego. When he was 18, his performance for the 'Kaiser' company was received well. They allowed him to travel with them and perform wherever they held the event. In January 2001, he performed at George Bush's inauguration as well.