Jackson Rayne

   Jackson Rayne walks through walls, escapes underwater submersions, and laughs at life’s impossibilities. In 1999 Jackson gained national media attention through the Associated Press for attempting a deadly underwater escape in Salem, Oregon. Jackson was interviewed by the nationally syndicated television show, Extra.

   In the summers of 2002 and 2003, Jackson wrote and starred in    his own one-man show at Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park in Buena Park, California. In 2003, Jackson gained national media attention for the second time in his career by producing Immersion: Buried Alive 10 Feet Underwater. Submerged 10 feet underwater, Jackson escaped a 7 foot tall wooden coffin while shackled by 13 locks, 10 feet of chain, and several iron cuffs.

   Jackson Rayne was the featured opening act at the Historic Elsinore Theater’s Silent Movie Series from 1999 to 2004. In 2005 Jackson made his first national television appearance on MTV where he performed magic and survived an underwater escape. He also filmed a pilot with MTV called “My Life Is a Reality Television Show”.

   Recently Jackson was selected as a featured variety performer for Spellbound – The Greatest Magic Show on Earth. Spellbound is one of the most famous magic productions in the world. It continues to take Jackson across the globe to packed arenas of thousands of people.

   Jackson has developed his engaging performance style for over 15 years now. He is known for being an energetic and charismatic performer. Jackson’s attitude on stage is what draws the crowd to him, enchanted not only by his ability, but also his demeanor. 


   Jackson Rayne officially broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest escape from a regulation strait jacket on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2009, at 3:30 p.m. in the Entertainment Arena at G2E, the Global Gaming Expo, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. 

The previous world record of 10.19 seconds was established by an Italian magician on May 29, 2009 in Foggia, Italy.

Jackson's unofficial time was clocked at 7.75 seconds. After further review by Guinness, Jackson's official time was determined to be an amazing 7.26 seconds.

With this Guinness certification, an official press release will be out to the media soon. Come back often. 

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