Tucker is a normal kid who goes to school, plays baseball and wrestles. Unless you happen to run into him at work, getting out of a straitjacket and getting celery hit from his mouth with a bullwhip. Tucker is actually the world’s youngest professional escape artist and it all started when he was two and half years old. The day he was at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor watching his father street perform, he started building matching props to his father’s out of his toys and regurgitating all of the lines from the show. He got his first straitjacket at 5 years old and immediately started performing with his father. Within two years his act has evolved to the point where he is now closing the show, and recently won his first award. Tucker was recently invited by the Society of American Magicians to perform on stage at their national convention as one of only 5 kids in the nation to be a Star of Tomorrow.