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Sean is a family-friendly entertainer, balloon artist, comedy magician, and stilt walker. He always dreamed of having a career focused on making people smile, saying "I think all I've ever wanted to do, whether I've consciously realized it or not, is to make people happy. I've never had any greater joy in life than doing that."

He began his career as a costumed character at Opryland U.S.A. in Nashville, Tennessee.

From there, Sean moved to Chicago where he studied Theatre at DePaul University. While in Chicago, Sean's interest in magic grew and he studied the art of magic from renowned close-up magician, Eugene Burger.

Moving back to Nashville, Sean was hired by Opryland Entertainment to be a roving clown in the park for the 1993 summer season. He also performed as costumed character "KC" in the Opryland Kids Club Show and "Cookie" in A Gift for Santa. Sean amazed Opryland Entertainment by demonstrating his versatility as a stilt walking demon in Quarantine.

In 1997, Sean took his skills to Lagoon Amusement Park near Salt Lake City in Utah. There he performed as Dinky the Clown and developed his own show "The Really Big Show by the Really Big Shoe." While in Utah, Sean performed as a vaudeville magician doing pre-show entertainment at Robert Redford's Sundance Theatre Company.

In 2001, Sean had his greatest achievement to date, joining Brooks & Dunn’s Neon Circus and Wild West Show tour, one of the most successful country tours of that year.Sean with Longhorn balloon

In 2004, Sean worked with Armed Forces Entertainment, touring six European countries and entertaining the troops and their families stationed overseas.

Upon his return to the US, Sean moved to Texas to be with his fiancée, Heather, whom he married in June of 2005. Eventually, Sean & Heather moved back to Nashville where Sean works at a variety of venues as a self-employed entertainment artist. He continues to pursue his dream of making people happy.

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