But in an daring new act, Bradford-born Illusionist Dynamo today took his impressive skills to even greater heights.
The 30-year-old entertainer took in London’s sights by levitating beside the roof of a 15ft double-decker bus.
Smiling for the cameras, Dynamo, whose real name is Steven Frayne, travelled alongside the two-storey bus with the palm of his hand placed on the roof.
He hung in mid-air with his other arm outstretched as he crossed Westminister Bridge. A police escort cleared the way for Frayne’s daring feat, ensuring there was no traffic around the bus.
Viewers of the magician’s hit TV show are used to seeing him do the impossible, but lucky fans who were travelling in the bus looked on in amazement at the stunt.
People on the bus took pictures of the ‘you have to see it to believe it’ moment.
The trickster’s levitating act, in partnership with Pepsi MAX had onlookers asking ‘Where are the wires?’
The entertainer is the new face of Pepsi Max and is fronting its Live for NOW campaign that will give hundreds of prizes away to customers.
Frayne’s awad-winning show documents the tricks he has up his sleeve- from his mesmirising sleight of hand to his ability to walk on water.
He gained notoriety when he ‘walked’ across the Thames in 2011 to promote a new series of his show Magician Impossible.
Frayne has built his name on the celebrity circuit, astounding famous names with his tricks.
His previous tricks have included making Little Britain star Matt Lucas levitate before a live audience at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, and turning signed lottery tickets into cash in front of Robbie Williams and Davina McCall.