A former contestant on America’s Got Talent named Scott Alexander has passed away after suffering a stroke, according to a post on Instagram made by his wife. In a statement that was filled with emotion, Jenny revealed that her husband had passed away while working on a cruise ship.
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How Did Magician Scott Alexander Die?
Scott Alexander, of America’s, Got Talent fame, passed away on February 5, 2023, at the age of 52. Scott Alexander, a magician who competed on Season 6 of America’s Got Talent, passed away after suffering a stroke, according to a post by his wife Jenny on Instagram.
He had a stroke while working on a cruise ship in St. Kitts, and Jenny writes, “He did not make it home to us.” “We are destroyed. Keep us in your prayers, please. A picture of Scott and their kids was accompanied by her caption.
Alexander dazzled the judges at his Season 6 audition with an illusion where a woman appeared out of nowhere, was sustained by water, and eventually levitated.
Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, and Howie Mandel, the judges, all voted “Yes,” sending him to the Vegas round. In the end, he was eliminated in the quarterfinals after putting on an illusion in which a gospel choir vanished and then reappeared some distance away.
Scott Alexander’s Journey in American Talent Show
As previously noted, the magician competed in the sixth season of the well-known American talent show before passing away from a stroke. Scott appeared on the opening episode of season 6 of America’s Got Talent (2011) to try out for a magic act that included a “levitation” technique. A woman appeared out of nowhere, was supported by water, and then appeared to levitate.
Scott Alexander’s act received universal approval from the panel of judges, which included Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, and Howie Mandel, and qualified him for the Vegas Round. Scott was one of the three magicians that performed performances on the stage in the first episode of Vegas Roud (the 11th episode of the sixth season), which featured “Judges’ Favorites,” alongside “Fantastic Fig and Cat” and Michael Turco.
In week 4 of the quarterfinals of America’s Got Talent season 6, Scott Alexander made an appearance. Scott performed another deception by making a gospel choir vanish and reappear from a distance. The sitting audience applauded enthusiastically, but Scott was regrettably removed from the competition since his act did not garner enough votes.
After being fired from America’s Got Talent, Scott joined The Magic of Puck and another America’s Got Talent alum, season 7’s The Magic of Puck, on season 2 of Penn & Teller: Fool Us.
After Scott Alexander passed away, retired escape artist and daredevil Jonathan Goodwin posted on Twitter. According to what Goodwin tweeted,
Jonathan Goodwin @TheDaredevil
A brilliant and creative magician left us today. Scott Alexander was fab, and he gifted us with great performances and awesome material which will take his name forward. A real loss. Scott was one of the really good ones. #RIPScottAlexander
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