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Owen Morse and Jon Wee met in 1986. Two weeks after, they won the Silver at the International Juggler’s Association Teams Competition. The next year they won the Gold. That recognition earned an invitation to appear at the Comedy and Magic Club in Los Angeles, where on their first night they were approached by a “Tonight Show” talent scout and booked for their first national television appearance in September 1990. Johnny Carson enjoyed them so much they were asked back less than a year later. The Passing Zone’s first London appearance was in the Royal Variety Performance at the Dominion Theatre, performing for Prince Charles and sharing the bill with Tony Bennett and Riverdance. In 2006 they were finalists on Season 1 of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” where they lost to an 11-year-old, but won the affection of David Hasselhoff, who claimed to hate all jugglers. This year Jon and Owen were back on AGT for Season 11 wowing everyone and making it to the finals again. Corporate entertainment is their primary market. Their act is clean, so it offends no one. Not only do they entertain, but they customize their performances by juggling a company’s product, incorporating their slogans, and inspiring groups to be better teams. They were featured at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and have opened for Jay Leno, George Carlin, and Penn & Teller. Television appearances have included “Comic Strip Live,” “An Evening at The Improv,” “MADtv,” Penn & Teller’s “Sin City Spectacular,” and NBC’s “Today.” Recently, they were guest performers at The White House.




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