Justin Rivera is a nationally recognized, headlining comedian and magician, who has appeared on many, worldwide stages and national television shows. Rivera completed an 8-month, international tour in Canada, Australia, Japan, China, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, Malaysia, Seychelles, Philippines, Taiwan, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar, and Cambodia with rave reviews and standing ovations which includes royalty from the Middle East.
Justin competed on NBC's "America's Got Talent" hosted by Nick Cannon and was named a judges' favorite by Howard Stern, Howie Mandel, and Sharon Osbourne. He has worked with FOX, TruTV, Estrella TV and appeared on "Fast Track to Fame” on the Speed Channel, “The Gong Show” on Comedy Central with Dave Attell and Adam Carolla, Comedy Central Stand Up Asia, Playboy TV, Discovery, and Univision. Rivera also finished an international comedy series for the Asia-based streaming service iFlix which has 5 million subscribers and major investors such as MGM.
Justin consulted for the Grammy-nominated band OneRepublic—customizing and creating visual magic illusions for the popular music video “Love Runs Out”, and has also done charity work for Grammy award-winning The Black Eyed Peas.
A seasoned performer, Justin is known as the “comedian’s magician” and has performed before esteemed public venues such as Pechanga, Morongo, Pala casinos, Caroline’s On Broadway, the Improv, Comedy Store, Ice House, and Laugh Factory.
Due to Rivera's established reputation and career, he has been in demand from such corporations such as Google and international cruises on Princess Cruise Corp.
Justin's contributions have been showcased within large corporate gatherings at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NV. He has also consulted for McDonald's using his talents to help brainstorm ideas for new marketing strategies.
Justin has made time for the troops at international military shows for the Navy, Army, Marines, and the Air Force in Kyrgyzstan, Jordan, Turkey, Italy, and Greece. Additionally he has raised funds for the Children's Hospital as his personal charity.