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Cox’s career had once included years as a chef at London’s Buck’s Club, where he cooked for the Queen Mother, Margaret Thatcher and “Dracula” actor Christopher Lee, and running a guesthouse in Broadstairs, Kent.
The rest of us view him as a hairy ape wearing aftershave.Once on stage, the 6-foot-4 chef was seated in a suspended cage with the rest of the group and all were given torches to hold.He said: “A curtain comes down over the box and torchlight shines out to give the impression we are still in there.” But he said in reality, “all hell broke loose” once the curtain came down and the magician’s backstage team hurried the group down a pitch-black secret passage, through a door and outside into the open air. They were saying ‘hurry, run, run, run.’ It was total pandemonium,” he said.Gavin Cox flew to Las Vegas with his wife, Minh, for his birthday and to see the world-famous magician at the MGM Hotel and Casino.The 55-year-old was then chosen by Copperfield to take part in an illusion in which 13 fans “vanish” from inside a suspended cage on stage — only to “miraculously” reappear moments later at the back of the theater. Dead ringers for Disney's Beauty and the Beast, their creepy, shivers-up-the-spine coupling has inspired more conjecture than Cindy and Richard, Bruce and Demi, etc, etc. The only son of doting parents, he claims to have spent years learning his "craft", starting when just a nipper.
David Copperfield is the multi-millionaire world-famous magician nobody in Europe had ever heard of until he started energetically squiring supermodel Claudia Schiffer to every event featuring a rank of flashbulbs. WONDER BOY: Young David Kotkin of Nowhere, New Jersey, was a small lad with big, big dreams.
He also introduces us to his stunning French fiancée, Chloe Gosselin, a 28-year-old model and designer he met six years ago, with whom he has a three-year-old daughter, Sky.
Once famed for dating the world's most beautiful women – he dated Claudia Schiffer for six years in the 1990s – he now plays all that down with an "Oh, that was a long time ago. He's spent more than 30 years at the top of his profession. "People come up to him, tell him they admire him, that he's a role model for them – and he just smiles, because he's truly modest.
It's royal North London fun to squirm, scream and share rising hysteria when David's on the telly.
Luckily for him, there are always bouffed American fiftysomethings who'd happily follow Billy Graham, Debbie Reynolds, Barry Manilow and others of Copperfield's ilk.
He is now forced to wear an oxygen “lung” at night because he stops breathing, and he spent three months in a California brain trauma center.