Dynamo vows to return to magic with astounding new tricks after battle with Crohn's disease
The illusionist stepped out of the spotlight to focus on his health crisis in recent months, but he is determined to bounce back.
The 34-year-magician is battling arthritis in his hands as a result of his condition, but is working with a physio and has now revealed he's planning a return to work.
During an appearance on Good Morning Britain today, Dynamo revealed he's plotting new stage shows and coming up with some amazing new tricks.
He said: "I've got tours coming up.
"I'm constantly thinking of new ideas so when I come back I'll have new [tricks] for you.
"You have to be able to adapt – travelling to new places has given me inspiration."
When asked if he can still do any tricks, he replied: "I can do little bits here and there – I'm working with physios."
He recently went to Lebanon to meet with young Syrian refugees who have fled the raging civil war in their homeland.
In a poignant moment Dynamo said he took inspiration from the youngsters' bravery.
He said: "If these Syrian children can survive out there – I can come back and do some magic."
Dynamo was diagnosed with Crohn's disease, which is a type of inflammatory bowel condition, as a teenager and had to have half his stomach removed aged 17.
During GMB today, he said the last eight months have been particularly bad but he's definitely on the mend.
He said: "I've had Crohn's for a long time, I've been used to dealing with it – it's a bit of trial error.
"The last eight months got really bad. I blew me up like a balloon – but it's given me time to fulfil other commitments so I went to Lebanon to help with refugee children."
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