Raymond Crowe's performances are ... unusual. In fact, he even calls himself an "Unusualist." If you aren't familiar with the term, and many people aren't, his website describes it as someone who is "a master of intricate hand shadow puppets, ventriloquism, physical comedy, world class illusion and brilliant audience participation."
Born in Australia, Crowe has had an exciting career that's taken him across the globe. He's performed at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas as a part of The World's Greatest Magic, and has made several late-night television appearances for Craig Ferguson and David Letterman. This clip, which is easily his most popular, was taken from the Royal Variety Performance where Crowe performed for the Queen. When you see what he's capable of doing with shadows, you'll understand why people invite him to perform all around the world.