Larry Volz

comedy hypnotist larry volz

The hilarious hypnotism of Dr. Larry Volz has amazed and amused over a million people world-wide on Holland America, Premier, Celebrity, Cunard and Radisson Seven Seas Cruise Lines.  He has been featured on Fox television, the ABC and CBS evening news, and in the John Regan film “The Flock.”  Larry has traveled to Japan where he appeared on two episodes of the Nation’s top television show with Taka and Nori and hypnotized 20 Japanese celebrities through a translator.  He has opened for Randy Travis at the Virginia State Fairgrounds for a crowd of over 45,000 people.  Volz has entertained for Disney, King’s Dominion, Busch Gardens, and for numerous corporate clients on such stages as the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California, Magic Island, Houston, and Rockefeller’s own Williamsburg Theatre.  Larry is a master hypnotist with a degree in clinical hypnosis from the Eastern Institute of Hypno Therapy and is a certified Hypnosis for Childbirth instructor.  His undergraduate degree is in biochemistry and psychology.  Larry is also an award-winning magician who’s won accolades for excellence in stage magic from the International Brotherhood of Magicians and The Society of American Magicians.

Have you ever been completely entranced by a man who looks deeply into your eyes…and then tells you things about yourself that no one could possibly know?  What if that man could cause objects to fall over, fly across the room or even shatter a wine glass using only the power of this mind?

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Reviews

Beth Bouchard

Bucknell University
“It went fantastically. We booked Larry after our normal hypnotist was snatched up by another school, and we weren’t sure we were going to like someone new, but he was great. Easy to work with and students enjoyed the show.”

Lorraine Briggs

Genesee Community College

“Larry was an absolute pleasure to work with.  He was low-maintenance, very much on time (early, in fact!), friendly to talk to, and was an all-around enjoyable act to watch. Many students thought this was the coolest possible thing because it was different than any performances they had seen at other events. Acts like Larry make my job even more enjoyable because I get to enjoy the show without worry/hesitation.”