Liam Fate Selvey is thrilled to come all the way from Fayetteville, Arkansas. He has been entertaining audiences with his gravity-defying juggling and razor wit for over twenty years. A second generation performer, he was mentored in juggling and comedy by his father from the age of six. He has appeared on stage in a plethora of plays, including The Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged), Cabaret, Plan 9 From Outer Space (the musical), and Up.
He can be found all over the country performing "The Harmless Danger Juggling Show" at Renaissance Festivals, Fairs, and all sorts of other events.
In addition to performing, he is a Circus Arts Education Specialist who works regularly with the National Circus Project in New York. In 2011, he wrote, directed, and performed in a critically acclaimed one person show about his father's career as an entertainer called Harmless: a juggler's story.
He is always looking for ways to create more wonder and excitement in the world by incorporating circus into unexpected situations.