Between traveling and performing, he attempted to further his education in his own by studying the history of magic in public libraries.
He also studied the art of mysticism, music, martial arts and even dance." One of the early supporters of Angel was horror director Clive Barker.
The drawing of Criss Angel and Holly Madison as guinea pig and bunny was always one of my favorites, and I couldn’t write this post and without reusing it.
She says Criss tried to isolate her from her friends and was jealous of her fame.“For all his fame, fortune, and success, Criss, to me, seemed cripplingly insecure,” Holly writes.Holly also says that Criss would tip off the media and tabloids and arrange “candid” paparazzi shoots.She further claims that he tried to use their relationship as a distraction from his critically panned Las Vegas show.The blonde reality starlet then compares Criss to her ex Hugh Hefner.
“This was starting to feel all too familiar,” she writes, adding, “Hef was a master of manipulation and knew how to cripple a girl’s self-esteem.
The two welcomed daughter Rainbow Aurora on March 5, 2013.
No one has any idea whatever happened to Criss Angel. I’m sure someone knows.) If you’re curious about the drawing at the top of this post, it dates back to the early, early days of Starcasm, when I used to do pen and ink drawings on notebook paper for each and every post.
Criss, on the other hand, just scared me.” Holly describes Criss as having an “explosive temper,” and, although she says he was never actually physically violent with her, she was “scared that something of that nature might be lurking around the corner.” Holly says she soon realized she and Criss didn’t have much in common and that she “found him to be unintelligent” and “virtually illiterate.” Holly’s Criss diss isn’t the only headline-worthy fallout from her book, however.
Her comments about Hugh, life in the Playboy Mansion, and Kendra Wilkinson have also garnered a lot of media attention.
He also authored the book Mindfreak: Secret Revelations.