Many remember him mainly because the 5th Astronomer Royal, a job he served from 1765 to 1811. In 1754, he matriculated from St Catharine’s University, Cambridge. In 1775, he acquired the Copley Medal–a extremely exclusive honor. He was created in London, Britain. He and acclaimed writer Virginia Woolf had been both given birth to in London.
|1||President of The Magic Circle 1906-1924.|
|2||Magician and father and grandfather of fellow magicians John Nevil Maskelyne and Clive Maskelyne.|
|3||Considered by magic historians to be one of the very best British stage magicians who ever performed.|
|Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Procession||1897/X||Documentary short as Nevil Maskelyne|
|Mr. Maskeleyne Spinning Plates and Basins||1896||Short||Himself (as Nevil Maskelyne)|
|Heroes of Magic||2000||TV Special documentary||Himself|
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