When were you born?
I was born on April 4, 1984, at the Spring Hill Farm in Potomac, Maryland.
What is your performing background?
My grandparents had a traveling medicine show and later toured in vaudeville as The Hareraising Hopdinis. Mom has a cabaret act: Bunny Fou-Fou and Her Mighty-Mices, and dad's a juggler with Tossed Salad.
Where did you go to school?
I attended Briar Patch Elementary and Brer Rabbit High before going on to Johns Hopkins University where I majored in English and minored in variety arts.
What other jobs have you had?
Let's see: I was an hareobics instructor, top hat inspector, bodyguard for Jessica Rabbit, stunt double for the Energizer Bunny, actor, and now tour with my own show: Beowulf T. Wonderbunny's Traveling Show of Mystery!
What films have you appeared in?
From Hare to Eternity; Harvey; The Hugh Hefner Story; The Legend of Hopalong Cassidy.
What are your favorite foods?
This could take a while! Carrots, of course, plus apples, carrot cake, Timothy hay, carrot juice, and creme de menthe brownies. Actually, the brownie's are my assistant's favorite.
We hear you're a big reader; any recommendations?
There are so many! Bunicula, Harvey Potter's Balloon Farm, Spangle, The Velveteen Rabbit, Watership Down, and any mystery book.
What are your hobbies?
Surfing, dude! I hope to compete in the Duke Kahanamoka Open at the Pipe this year, Seniors Longboard Division. And I'm restoring a '57 Woodie.
If you weren't a magic bunny, what would you like to be?
Someday I might go back to college and study to be a polar bear. Or maybe I could try my paw as a cookbook writer: The Joy of Cooking Carrots.
Any advice for young magicians?
Get to your library and read all you can about magic and performing. Then practice, practice, practice! And after that, practice some more! Good luck!