Cohen has received widespread media recognition, including: The Today Show, CBS Early Show, CNN, Martha Stewart Living, CBS Evening News, The History Channel, The New York Times, New York Post, The London Sunday Times and The Evening Standard.
Cohen earned a degree in psychology from Cornell University and spent a year abroad studying at Waseda University in Tokyo. He has native-level proficiency in Japanese, and previously worked as an interpreter for the Japanese government. Cohen, his wife, Yumi and their son, Alex, live in Manhattan.
Steve Cohen, M.I.M.C.
Steve Cohen, The Millionaires' Magician, gives demonstrations of mind-reading and sleight-of-hand at society parties and corporate events throughout the world, for audiences that have included David Rockefeller, Jack Welch, Andy Grove, and Michael Bloomberg.
When he is not traveling, Cohen can be found at New York's famous Waldorf-Astoria Hotel performing his public show: 'Chamber Magic.' Cohen recreates the intimacy of 19th century parlor performances by baffling his guests in the close quarters of a private suite.
Cohen's public and private appearances have become a must-see phenomenon. He has performed at a wide variety of gatherings from The White House Correspondent's Dinner to numerous Fortune 500 corporate events, trade shows and private functions.