Here’s what the industry is saying:
"The dedication that goes into her magic is evident."
—Los Angeles Times
"One of the magic world's most promising stars-to-be."
"An accomplished magician and motivational speaker!"
"She's clearly set apart by her drive."
"Krystyn Lambert was responsible for [Jane's] entire backstory."
—Olivia Wilde, on her Incredible Burt Wonderstone Role
"Krystyn has made her mark!"
—Lance Burton, Master Magician
"She is definitely not just a pretty face."
“Gasps from the audience cemented her joy of performing the unbelievable.”
"Talented, tenacious, and tough."
"Krystyn has uncompromising strength."
—Empowered Living Radio
Krystyn Lambert is one of the most recognized females in magic. Between her extensive domestic and international television appearances, performing solo-acts in Criss Angel’s live show in Las Vegas and on national tour, and current showcase featuring her stunning magic with off-beat humor, Krystyn is a dominant name.
After starring in the award-winning documentary, Make Believe, the U.S. State Department invited Krystyn to travel through Asia. She shared her passions for magic and philosophy, educating teens about critical thinking and personal goal setting. This dedication prompted Teen Vogue to name her one of the Four Youth Activists to Watch. The Magic Castle in Hollywood with the Academy of Magical Arts awarded Krystyn a coveted Achievement Award, proclaiming her “a magical ambassador throughout the world.”
In addition to performing, Krystyn studied at UCLA, earning her degree in philosophy. Her TEDxTeen talk addressed the role philosophy plays in magic, tackling the issue of causation, which she pursued in her honors thesis. Furthermore, she served the James Randi Educational Foundation, where her experience in magic and philosophical inquiry met. She concentrated her efforts there on the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. Through acting as its Associate Director, she actively debunked supernatural claims on an international level.