11:35 AM EDT 12/18/2014
Siegfried & Roy
Originally posted 10/07/2013 07:00AM
It was 10 years ago that Roy Horn of the celebrated duo Siegfried and Roy stood on the Las Vegas stage. Suddenly, he was no longer standing.
Instead, he was being hauled off the stage in the mouth of a white tiger named Montecore.
While many assumed at the time that his death was a foregone conclusion, especially considering he went "code blue" three times that night and 25 percent of skull had to be removed, Horn lived to tell his story.
But how is he doing a decade after that horrific accident?
Originally posted 03/02/2009 06:10AM
For the first time since he was mauled onstage by a tiger, illusionist Roy Horn performed with the same animal that nearly ended his life more than five years ago in Las Vegas.
The performance Saturday at the Keep Memory Alive charity benefit was also the last time the legendary duo of Siegfried & Roy plan on performing together.
"Within all of us there is an elusive melody which, when heard and followed, will lead you to the fulfillment of your wildest dreams," he was heard saying in a recorded message to the crowd at Las Vegas's Bellagio.
Originally posted 11/07/2005 08:00AM
Sounding a bit like Arnold Schwarzenegger, injured Las Vegas illusionist Roy Horn vowed, "We will be back," to a crowd in Branson, Mo., where he and partner Siegfried Fischbacher dropped by to promote the show of protege Darren Romeo.
Originally posted 09/13/2005 09:05AM
Just shy of the two-year anniversary of his horrific onstage incident with a tiger, illusionist Roy Horn made a slow, unassisted stroll into a Las Vegas theater – his first return to such an arena since his near-fatal encounter.
Originally posted 11/03/2004 08:00AM
Police have taken into custody a former Oakland Raiders place-kicker as part of their investigation into a Sept. 21 drive-by shooting at the Las Vegas home of Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn.
Originally posted 10/05/2004 08:45AM
A gunman opened fire on the Las Vegas home of Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn on Sept. 21, shouting that the entertainers should get out of the country, police in the gaming capital said on Monday.
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