The foundation stone for his career was laid in 1979 by his parents Klaas and Gerda - when they gave their son Hans a magic box for his tenth birthday. Only four years later, Hans Klok was already European Youth Champion in magic. His breakthrough came in the early 1990s, when his show at the Duinrell amusement park attracted more than 170,000 visitors. In 1996, he conquered Las Vegas for the first time when he was invited by NBC to perform at the legendary Caesars Palace for the show "The World Greatest Magic".
During the group draw for the 2006 World Cup in Germany, more than 300 million TV viewers worldwide watched Klok conjure the trophy out of thin air - making him the only Dutchman ever to hold the World Cup trophy. Hans Klok fulfilled a lifelong dream when he signed a contract for a ten-year engagement in Las Vegas in 2019. But just a few weeks after the premiere at the Hotel & Casino Excalibur in February 2020, the Corona pandemic put an abrupt end to the shows.
Now Hans Klok is back on the road in Germany - to also amaze the audience in the Olympic Hall with new illusions on 23 May 2023.