Roy Horn dies

Horn was born as Uwe Ludwig Horn on Oct. 3, 1944, in Nordeham, Germany.

A family friend was the founder of Bremen Zoo and gave Roy access to exotic animals when he was 10.

He met Siegfried while working on a ship and the two began performing on cruise ships. After that, they began performing in nightclubs across Europe.

Their first Las Vegas show was at New Frontier Hotel & Casino and was produced by Ken Feld of Irvin & Kenneth Feld Productions. It began in 1981 and lasted several years.

Their first Las Vegas show was at New Frontier Hotel & Casino and was produced by Ken Feld of Irvin & Kenneth Feld Productions. It began in 1981 and lasted several years.

The pair moved to The Mirage in 1990. After the attack, they only made one other appearance on stage in 2009.

Siegfried and Roy ended their run together in 2003 after Horn was attacked on stage by one of the white tigers used in the duo’s act.

The pair officially retired from show business in 2010.

Roy Horn has passed away.

RRoy Horn was born as Uwe Ludwig Horn on Oct. 3, 1944, in Nordeham, Germany. He met Siegfried while working on a ship and the two began performing on cruise ships Their first LasVegas show was at New Frontier Hotel & Casino.

Magician Roy Horn of Siegfried & Roy has died of coronavirus at the age of 75.

“Today, the world has lost one of the greats of magic, but I have lost my best friend,” his partner Siegfried Fischbacher said in a statement.

Roy Horn. Said partner Siegfried Fischbacher: “Roy was always fearless. He had no fear of living. No fear of loving. And no fear of giving. And he says if I would have to do it again, I would do everything again the same way. I regret nothing.”

Roy Horn dies of Complications from the Coronavirus at the age of 75.

“Roy was a fighter his whole life including during these final days. I give my heartfelt appreciation to the team of doctors, nurses and staff at Mountain View Hospital who worked heroically against this insidious virus that ultimately took Roy’s life.” said his partner.

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