Alain Nu, The Man Who Knows
Variety, Mentalist, As seen worldwide on TLC's "The Mysterious World of Alain Nu," Male, 2010s
Mark Sonder Productions and The Westin Grand DC presented Invisible Connections on five consecutive Sunday evenings at The Westin Grand, Washington, DC (Premiered Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009). These shows were critically aclaimed! Alain then appeared at The Clarion Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Mark Sonder also placed Alain at the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club in July 2015.
Star of the TLC Network television specials The Mysterious World of Alain Nu, this unprecedented man of mystery has entertained audiences worldwide with his uncanny demonstrations that blur the line between science and the mysteries of unexplained phenomena.
Mysterious energy, the power of thoughts, and mind-over-matter has piqued our interest throughout the ages. Alain Nu will show even the most skeptical audiences the awesome powers of the mind with his amazing and spellbinding talents.
“To watch him is to throw out all the rules of physics” The Washington Post
“He did things that I had never seen before” Las Vegas Review Journal
“Alain Nu is seriously mental” Showbiz Magazine
A headlining performer at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for four straight years, Nu was also the international star of four hour-long television specials for TLC entitled “The Mysterious World of Alain Nu.” On January 20th, 2009, Alain was asked to appear before many of the living recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor at the Salute to Heroes Inaugural Ball which celebrated President Obama’s inauguration into the White House.
Alain Nu is “the man who knows” the hidden potential of our minds, and he proves it with every appearance!
Known as the capital of the powerful, elite and clandestine, Washington, DC, is also the home of Alain Nu, “The Man Who Knows.”
Star of the international television series “The Mysterious World of Alain Nu,” this unprecedented man of mystery has entertained audiences worldwide with his uncanny demonstrations that blur the line between science and the mysteries of unexplained phenomena.
Whether Alain Nu is mesmerizing Washington insiders at The National Theatre, captains of commerce at a capital conference or revelers at a Presidential Inauguration, his worldly audiences all share a common sense of awe, exclaiming comments such as, “I don’t know how to explain that!” “No way, no way!” and “I don’t believe in magic. But, I saw it happen. And, I believe what I saw.”
Exploring the line between what is real and what is not, what is possible and what is impossible, Alain Nu challenges the mind to explore how we are all strangely connected through a mysterious energy.
Alain Nu is “the modest explorer, the gracious and kind tour guide leading the audience into investigations and ultimately mysterious realms,” Donn Murphy, Ph.D., Executive Director of The National Theatre, wrote after seeing him. “It works beautifully… with electric energy, enormous imagination and warm appeal.”
“I’ll take you to where nothing seems impossible,” says Alain Nu. “Think about it. With just our thoughts and words as tools of visualization, we have the beginnings of untold power.” Whether performing on stage or television, Alain Nu utilizes these untold powers to foretell our actions, reveal our unspoken thoughts and create seemingly impossible phenomena.
How does he do it? Living in a town known for secrecy, Alain Nu is reluctant to reveal his especially sensitive powers. He does acknowledge that his uncanny effects are a clever conglomerate of ideas, incorporating elements of probability, psychology, suggestion, professional techniques and good timing. First, and most importantly, however, he considers himself an entertainer.
Q: So just what does ‘The Man Who Knows’ know? A: “I know that each of us has a super hidden potential that is real” Alain Nu
Q: Is it possible for us to actually develop these super powers? A: “I think that answer lies in our ability to dream” Alain Nu
Q: Are you really going to freak me out? A: “Let’s give it a try!” Alain Nu
PHOTO bottom: from the show Invisible Connections
Photo above: Alain Nu on Good Day DC