Norm Clarke has a very nice piece about the great Steve Dacri in today’s Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Steve Dacri was a friend of Inside Magic and always quick to respond to our often bothersome emails about what was happening in Vegas.
From Norm Clarke’s column:
His quick wit helped him reach the big stage during his career. There were late-night show appearances with Merv Griffin, Johnny Carson, Dick Cavett and Mike Douglas. After almost four decades at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, Las Vegas became his home in 2003 with his wife, Jan.
Steve Dacri was always encouraging and positive. He had every right to be condescending or haughty but those traits did not seem to be in his nature. He was kind. He was nice. It is a shame those two words sound so trite — perhaps because they are used so carelessly.
We will miss Steve. Magic is less without him and his smile.
Read Norm Clarke’s column in today’s Las Vegas Review Journal:
“Dacri exited life his way, optimistically” – News – ReviewJournal.com.
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