Frank Miles

Frank Miles

Juggler, acrobat, fire-eater and magician, Frank Miles’ extraordinary talents, zany humor and personal triumph inspire people through challenging times. Having thrilled Las Vegas audiences for over a decade with his amazing feats, Miles found himself with some unexpected new material. Pronounced dead after a hang gliding accident, he was revived by EMS technicians and found himself facing the greatest challenge of his life. Using the skills of a masterful circus artist, Miles creates a hilarious, refreshing and one-of-a-kind presentation that gives audiences courage to face their most frightening challenges and reach their most treasured goals. By demonstrating how to confront change and its accompanying stress, Miles leads audiences to a recognition of their true priorities and teaches them that courage isn’t facing death, it’s facing life. His death-defying visual metaphors and breath-taking dexterity illuminate life’s simple truths and break down the self-imposed limits that are barriers to achievement and happiness.

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Laugh at Fear
This off-the-wall, hilarious, refreshing, and absolutely unique presentation focuses on helping people address the issues of change, fear, stress, and achieving goals. Frank Miles uses his many talents (magic, juggling, unicycling, acrobatics, music, and even fire eating) to deliver a wildly entertaining and powerful keynote presentation. With audience volunteers and non-stop variety he illustrates a simple approach to clobbering fear–the #1 obstacle to success.

Full Biography

Full Biography
A professional variety comedian with numerous television and Las Vegas credits, Frank Miles died in a hang gliding accident and was revived by emergency room doctors. True courage—he came to realize—is not facing death in daredevil pursuits. True courage is facing life every day.After a full recovery, Miles left one successful career and embarked on another. Using comic monologues, juggling, music and magic, he brought to life simple ideas that help shatter the self-imposed limits of fear. 

The response has been tremendous. Miles is now a sought after speaker-entertainer, and his keynote presentation “Laugh at Fear” has been honored with laughter and standing ovations from crowds as large as 14,000 people.

Miles is the author of I Didn’t Get Old Being Stupid.

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