In 2006, at the age of 23, Helder Guimarães became the youngest ever World Champion of Card Magic. He was awarded the title after his performance in a triennial competition, which left both the judging panel and over a thousand other performers utterly baffled. Since then, using his background in acting and theater, he created and performed his one-man shows all over the world.




One house, one evening, one experience. Have a taste of magic in a unique, personal and secretive way.

Future of Storytelling 2014

Helder will be a guest performer at Future of Storytelling 2014.


Learn to read between the lines. But, where are the lines?


Memories are the key to unlocking this enigma. The more you remember, the better you will be.

TED 2014

Helder Guimarães has performed at TED 2014.


What you think exists is just a part of what we call the real world. Ghosts can have a wicked sense of humor.

Journalists have a very important task: to tell the world the facts and help guide knowledge dissemination. But that’s not always the case. On December 28, 1917, an article titled, “A Neglected Anniversary,” written by H. L. Mencken was published in the New York Evening Mail. This article claimed that the bathtub had been introduced into the United States around 1842, with the first examples of it having been made of mahogany lined with lead. The article went on to describe how the introduction of the bathtub was initially greatly discussed and opposed. The invention was only broadly acceptable when President Millard Fillmore had a bathtub installed in the White House in 1850, making it part of the popular culture.
Posted: October 21, 2015, 7:51 pm

“You need a sense of humor to survive. You need a sense of wonder to live.” 


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