The Jakarta Post
Indonesian magician Marie Antoinette Riana Graharani, popularly known as the Sacred Riana, is recognized for her creepy aura and dramatic acts. (JP/Wienda Parwitasari)
Indonesian magician Marie Antoinette Riana Graharani, popularly known as the Sacred Riana, made another appearance on American television on Friday.
Hosted by Dean Cain, Masters of Illusion shows both established and aspiring magicians performing their tricks without assistance from camera or computer gimmickry live in front of a studio audience.
Bow Vernon, the Sacred Riana’s manager, said the magician had received an invitation to appear in the show three years ago.
“[Riana] was contacted through email in December last year for filming the show in January 2020,” said Bow, as quoted by Antara.
As the magician is committed to another program on local television, the team only spent four days in the United States to film the show.
Following the third episode, Bow shared that Riana would be appearing in another episode of Masters of Illusion.
The Sacred Riana is known for her creepy and mysterious persona. During her acts, she often interacts with the judges and scares them.
Riana first caught the public's attention in 2014 as runner-up on a local television show called The Next Mentalist. Riana also participated in the 2018 season of America’s Got Talent and made it to the quarterfinals. (jes)
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