For over twenty-five years, Elan Koszuk has been bringing his unique and international style of silent comedy to some the most prestigious theaters, cabarets, television shows, festivals and high-profile events all over the world.

   His original performance combines elements of eccentric dance and movement, imaginative visual humor, mask and illusion as well as audience participation. The performance is presented both silently and accompanied by music, affording him the opportunity to captivate and delight audiences across the globe regardless of language or cultural background.

   The show is adaptable to nearly any venue with minimal technical requirements. The running time can be anywhere from three minutes for a television spot to fifty minutes for an evening show. The show can also be divided into several parts enabling multiple appearances within revues or variety shows.

Born in New York City, Elan Koszuk began studying movement and theatre at the age of thirteen with teachers such as Moni Yakim, Claude Kipnis Mime Theatre, The Actor’s Movement Studio, Richard Morse, Mummenschanz and Bill Irwin as well as many others. It was during his early days in the late 1970’s that Elan began practicing his craft on the streets of Manhattan eventually leading him to become a regular fixture in the New York comedy club and cabaret circuit in the 1980’s.

   In 1989 Elan began touring full-time starring in casino revues in Atlantic city, the Bahamas and Las Vegas, eventually moving to Europe where he became a regular in the variete theaters of Germany.

   Moving to Paris, he became a comedy headliner at the Moulin Rouge for two years, and at the Crazy Horse de Paris for nearly ten years. Additionally, Elan has made over forty TV appearances worldwide as well as hundreds of performances for galas, corporate events, appearances for heads of state and regularly on cruise lines. He currently resides in the southwest of England.