Marion Outerbridge joined the Ted Outerbridge Magician Extraordinaire show as a dancer and lead assistant in 1999. Marion quickly became an integral part of the show, and eventually she became Ted’s partner, on and off the stage. In 2006, Marion and Ted celebrated the ultimate magical moment in time when they were married in Düsseldorf, Germany. The chemistry between Marion and Ted onstage is phenomenal, and it’s clear that they are having the time of their lives in their performances of signature illusions such as “Time Machine,” “Tango Flotanta,” “The Sword Basket” and “A Lady Divided.”

Marion was born in Düsseldorf, Germany, and studied Ballet, Jazz, Character Dance and Tap under Gerda Elsner, one of the city’s most prestigious ballet teachers. At 16, Marion began her professional dance training at the State School of Theatre, Music and Dance in Arnhem, the Netherlands. She graduated at the top of her class and

as a result she received a scholarship to study with the Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago company. She also became the first student from West Germany to study in the Ballet Master program at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS). She has danced with and demonstrated for many legends in the dance world including Matt Mattox, one of the world’s most influential teachers of freestyle jazz dance.

Marion has performed the world over and speaks five languages fluently… sometimes all the same time! A dancer in constant demand, she has performed in numerous North American productions from Nostalgie to We’ve Got Magic and Country 2000. In 1999 Marion made her film debut in The Whole Nine Yards with Bruce Willis and has since appeared in numerous films and television productions including Barney's Version with Dustin Hoffman and White House Down with Maggie Gyllenhaal and Jamie Foxx.