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Jeff Civillico

Jeff Civillico

Headline Entertainer & Professional Host/TV Personality

Oct 1, 2018

Jeff Civillico

Jeff Civillico is a Las Vegas Headliner, TV Host Personality, and Philanthropist. He has been a Las Vegas Headliner with Caesars Entertainment for 5 years, having performed 1000+ shows at The LINQ, The Flamingo, and now The Paris Hotel & Casino. When Jeff’s not on stage, he’s on camera— hosting everything from Las Vegas ABC Morning Show “The Morning Blend” to Entertainment-News show “The Weekend in Vegas” to music television show “Backline.” Jeff is also the Founder & Chairman of Win-Win Entertainment, a 501c3 non-profit which connects performers with direct service opportunities with hospital patients, seniors, servicemen and women, and those with special needs. After arranging 200+ charity shows in 2015, Win-Win Entertainment began its national expansion with Chapters now operating in Salt Lake City and Minneapolis in addition to Las Vegas. Jeff serves on the board of several organizations including his alma mater Georgetown Univeristy, Las Vegas Academy of the Arts high school, and The Greater Good Council of Las Vegas. Jeff Civillico provides the perfect combination of experience and professionalism for clean comedy corporate entertainment, keynotes, workshops and emcee services for major corporations worldwide.

“After focusing on the performing, then my goals really became focused on connecting with people onstage and off. So I used my talents to build these different platforms.”

Jeff Civillico

Episode Highlights

1

When was it that you knew you wanted to be an entertainer?

My story starts way back in the day as I think a lot of entertainer’s stories do. I was actually picked to be a volunteer when I was seven years old by a street performer named Peter Panic. That was his stage name and he performed at Harvard Square. My oldest brother went to Harvard, and we were visiting him on a family trip and I got picked to be a volunteer.

I did a little routine with spinning plates, and it sounds cheesy, and it sounds cliché but looking back on it now, I know that moment was one of those pivotal moments that changed my life forever. I loved the feeling of being in front of an audience, the lights, the sound, the rush, that adrenaline rush of being in front of an audience even at seven years old.

2

How are you the only one in the world who does what you do?

As a kid I just wanted to learn as many tricks as I could. You know, I was into magic and ventriloquism and juggling, and all these different kind of variety arts. I settled on juggling as a kid and I think I know why now. I’ve always been a very physical athletic type, but I’m also a very artistic type. So I played all the instruments, and I was in the band, in the choir, and all the shows, the dramas. But I also played all the sports and juggling, I realize now, I was drawn to because people don’t realize its kind of a perfect combination of sport and art.

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