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He also holds multiple world-records made during his magic performances, and was named Magician of the Decade in 2009 and Magician of the Century in 2010 by the International Magicians Society.
In addition to his career as an illusionist, Angel was the lead singer for his industrial band Angeldust, which released five albums between 19.
In 1995, Barker asked Angel to work with him on his film Lord of Illusions.
He also later recorded the intro to Angel's album World of Illusion: System One.
Criss Angel Mindfreak, which would later become Angel's first television series, was originally an off-Broadway show by Angel, which in 2001 was picked up by the World Underground Theatre.
When not performing the show, Angel worked the streets promoting the show to pedestrians.
Angel's first major illusion was making his mother float in their family den.
According to Biography Channel, "Angel hit the road and began touring with other traveling performance acts.
Also that year, Angel performed a ten-minute show over the course of the "World of Illusion" conference in Madison Square Garden, performing sixty shows per day.
He has said, "If somebody's doing that for entertainment purposes, that's one thing.
But if they claim to be communicating with the dead, I don't care if they're from my hometown, I don't care if they're my family members: I'll expose them and tell them what they really are." In August 2002, Angel spent 24 hours shackled underwater in a phone booth-sized water torture cell near the WWE entertainment store in New York's Times Square, WWE corporation being the owners of the World Underground Theatre where Angel had been performing his stage show.
Between traveling and performing, he attempted to further his education in his own by studying the history of magic in public libraries.
He also studied the art of mysticism, music, martial arts and even dance." One of the early supporters of Angel was horror director Clive Barker.