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Mentalist comes to USU Eastern on Nov 4

Sean Bott, a comedy mentalist from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, will be at USU Eastern on Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, in the Geary Theatre from 7:30-9:30 pm.
Bott has entertained and enthralled audiences worldwide with his innovative and distinctive comedy.
Although, people say Bott’s mental feats are awesome, it’s his comedic timing, improvisational skill, and his hilarious character-voices that win the audiences over.
Bott appeared on the Sci Fi channel, the WB, and on-air with Radio Disney performing his unique blend of hilarious characters and psychic entertainment.

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This archived article was written by: Valeria Moncada

Sean Bott, a comedy mentalist from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, will be at USU Eastern on Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, in the Geary Theatre from 7:30-9:30 pm.
Bott has entertained and enthralled audiences worldwide with his innovative and distinctive comedy.
Although, people say Bott’s mental feats are awesome, it’s his comedic timing, improvisational skill, and his hilarious character-voices that win the audiences over.
Bott appeared on the Sci Fi channel, the WB, and on-air with Radio Disney performing his unique blend of hilarious characters and psychic entertainment.
Some of his film credits include; “Alien Express” with Lou Diamond Phillips, “Heber Holiday”, “127 hours” with James Franco and “Dark Angels” with Jonathan Tyler.
When not performing in front of a camera or doing voice-over work for the animation industry or radio, Bott is almost always in front of an audience. He travels around the country performing his mental miracles and side-splitting comedy at college campuses.
Bott has shared his comedy, psychic and mental magic at a few colleges and companies such as: Southern Utah University, Westminster College, Utah Valley University, Weber State University, Salt Lake Community College, Finger Lakes Community College, Radio Disney, Canon, Franklin Covey, Cummins, Kraft, and John Deere.
Bott’s quick-witted, wacky characters, and comedy improvisation make his mental mind-reading act as addicting as Peruvian coffee.
The activity is free for students with a USU Eastern student I.D and $5 without.

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