SIEGFRIEDROY
Illusionists Siegfried Fischbacher, left and Roy Uwe Ludwig Horn pose for photographers with a white tiger cub after they unveiled their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Calif. Thursday, Sept. 23, 1994. (AP Photo/Neil Jacobs)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
FISCHBACHER
German magician Siegfried Fischbacher of the duo " Siegfried & Roy" holds their trophies after receiving the World Entertainment Award from former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, unseen, , during the " World Award 2003 " ceremony in Hamburg, northern Germany, on Wednesday, Oct.22, 2003. Fischbacher's partner Roy Horn remains in a serious condition after a tiger attack this month. (AP Photo/Fabian Bimmer)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
ROY HORN SIEGFRIED FISCHBACHER
** FILE ** Roy Horn, left, and Siegfried Fischbacher talk to reporters in Branson, Mo., in this Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005 file photo. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday, May 17, 2006 accusing the U.S. Department of Agriculture of improperly withholding information gathered during its investigation of the Oct. 2003 tiger attack that seriously injured illusionist Roy Horn. (AP Photo/John S. Stewart)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Roy Horn, Siegfried Fischbacher
Roy Horn, second from right, and Siegfried Fischbacher, make their way along Las Vegas Boulevard during the 3rd annual Las Vegas Great Santa Run charity benefit in Las Vegas, Dec. 1, 2007. The duo's act ran at the Mirage hotel in Las Vegas from 1990 until Oct. 3, 2003, when Horn was attacked and critically injured on stage by a tiger. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
People Tiger Cubs
Siegfried Fischbacher, left, and Roy Horn, of the illusionist team of Siegfried & Roy, play with a six-week-old white-striped tiger cub at their Las Vegas home, Thursday, June 12, 2008. The pair are welcoming five new tiger cubs to their exotic habitat on the Las Vegas Strip. Fischbacher said Thursday that working with the tigers is the perfect rehabilitation for Horn, who was critically injured when he was mauled by a 380-pound white Bengal tiger onstage in 2003. (AP Photo/Louie Traub)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
People Tiger Cubs
A handler grabs a six-week-old white tiger cub at the home of Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn, of the illusionist team of Siegfried & Roy, on Thursday, June 12, 2008. The pair are welcoming five new tiger cubs to their exotic habitat on the Las Vegas Strip. Fischbacher said Thursday that working with the tigers is the perfect rehabilitation for Horn, who was critically injured when he was mauled by a 380-pound white Bengal tiger onstage in 2003. (AP Photo/Louie Traub)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried And Roy 1989
Siegfried & Roy, master illusionists, appear on the Radio City Music Hall stage in New York, Sept. 22, 1989, with their opening act of "creatures." Siegfried & Roy's act features rare white tigers and vanishing elephants. (AP Photo/Ed Bailey)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Siegfried Fischbacher, Roy Horn
Siegfried Fischbacher, left, and Roy Horn pose for photos as they celebrate their tiger cubs' first birthday at Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Tuesday, May 12, 2009. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried And Roy In Japan 1988
American illusionist Roy, right, is embraced by a rare snow-white tiger as his partner Siegfried smiles during a press conference in Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 26, 1988. Siegfried and Roy, who have entertained millions of fans with their "illusions" in the United States, flew from Las Vegas together with their animals to open a six-month stage show in Japan. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Siegfried Fischbacher, Roy Horn
Siegfried Fischbacher, left, and Roy Horn blow out a candle as they celebrate the tiger cubs' first birthday at Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Tuesday, May 12, 2009. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried Fischbacher,  Roy Uwe Ludwig Horn, Heino, Hannelore
Die deutsch-US-amerikanischen Zauberkuenstler Siegfried (Fischbacher), links, und Roy (Uwe Ludwig Horn), 3. von links, posieren am Mittwoch, 4. November 2009 in Bruehl, Nordrhein-Westfalen mit ihren Freunden Saenger Heino, 2, von links, und dessen Frau Hannelore. Dort besuchen sie privat die Abendshow "Fantissima" im Freizeitpark Phantasialand. (AP Photo/Hermann J. Knippertz) --- The German-American entertainers Siegfried (Fischbacher), left, and Roy (Uwe Ludwig Horn) pose during a photo call with their friends German singer Heino, 2nd from left, and Heino's wife Hannelore, when they visit the evening show "Fantissima" in the leisure park Phantasialand in Bruehl, Germany, on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009. (AP Photo/Hermann J. Knippertz)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried and Roy
Tiger cubs play with boxes at Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Tuesday, May 12, 2009. Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn celebrated their tiger cubs' first birthday Tuesday. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried Fischbacher, Roy Horn
ARCHIV - Siegfried Fischbacher, links, und Roy Horn posieren am 12. Mai 2009 in Las Vegas mit einem Geburtstagskuchen fuer ihren Tiger. Der Geburtstag ist fuer Roy Horn am 3. Oktober 2003 zum besonderen Schicksalstag geworden: Damals wurde er waehrend einer Vorstellung mit seinem Partner Siegfried ploetzlich von seinem weissen Tiger "Montecore" in den Nacken gebissen. Der international bekannte deutsche Magier war kurzzeitig klinisch tot und schwebte tagelang in Lebensgefahr. Mit eisernem Willen und Disziplin kaempfte sich Roy aber zurueck und trat am 28. Februar dieses Jahres sogar noch ein letztes Mal auf. Am 3. Oktober wird er 65 Jahre alt. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) --- FILE - Siegfried Fischbacher, left, and Roy Horn show a cake as they their celebrate tiger cubs' first birthday at Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Tuesday, May 12, 2009. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried Fischbacher,  Roy Uwe Ludwig Horn
The German-American entertainers Siegfried (Fischbacher), left, and Roy (Uwe Ludwig Horn) pose during a photo call, when they visit the evening show "Fantissima" in the leisure park Phantasialand in Bruehl, Germany, on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009. (AP Photo/Hermann J. Knippertz)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried Fischbacher
The German-American entertainer Siegfried (Fischbacher) meets the media, when he visits the evening show "Fantissima" in the leisure park Phantasialand in Bruehl, Germany, on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009. (AP Photo/Hermann J. Knippertz)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried Fischbacher, Roy Horn
FILE - This is a Thursday, June 12, 2008 file photo of Siegfried Fischbacher, left, and Roy Horn, of the illusionist team Siegfried & Roy, as they play with a six-week-old white-striped tiger cub at their Las Vegas home. Siegfried and Roy have retired for good, but miss their fans. Siegfried Fischbacher is quoted in the Tuesday Jan. 5, 2010, edition of the German magazine Neues Blatt as saying that "Roy and I miss our audience. But there will not be a comeback." (AP Photo/Louie Traub, File)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried Fischbacher,  Roy Uwe Ludwig Horn
ARCHIV - Die deutschstaemmigen amerikanischen Entertainer und Magier Siegfried (Fischbacher), links, und Roy (Uwe Ludwig Horn), posieren am 4. November 2009 beim Besuch der Show "Fantissima" im Phantasialand Park in Bruehl. Die Magier und Tigerdompteure Siegfried und Roy haben ein Comeback ausgeschlossen. "Roy und mir fehlt unser Publikum. Aber es wird kein Comeback geben. Wir gewoehnen uns gerade an unser neues Leben als Rentner. Es gefaellt uns", sagte Siegfried dem "Neuen Blatt" zufolge. An Solo-Auftritte verschwendet er nicht einen einzigen Gedanken: "Uns gibt es nur als Duo - oder gar nicht." (AP Photo/Hermann J. Knippertz, Archiv) ** zu APD1724 ** --- FILE - The German-American entertainers Siegfried (Fischbacher), left, and Roy (Uwe Ludwig Horn) pose during a photo call, when they visited the evening show "Fantissima" in the leisure park Phantasialand in Bruehl, Germany, in this Nov. 4, 2009 file photo. (AP Photo/Hermann J. Knippertz, File)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried Fischbacher,  Roy Uwe Ludwig Horn
FILE - In this Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009, file photo, the German-American entertainers Siegfried Fischbacher, left, and Roy Uwe Ludwig Horn pose during a photo call, when they visited the evening show "Fantissima" in the leisure park Phantasialand in Bruehl, Germany. Mantecore, the tiger that injured Roy Horn over a decade ago, has died. He was 17. A statement released by illusionist duo Siegfried & Roy on Tuesday, March 25, 2014, said the tiger died from an illness on March 19. No other details were provided. (AP Photo/Hermann J. Knippertz, File)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
White Lion Cubs-Vegas Magicians
Siegfried Fischbacher speaks with the media during an event to welcome three white lion cubs to Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, Thursday, July 17, 2014, in Las Vegas. The three white lion cubs, born in South Africa, are scheduled to be available for public viewing Friday. (AP Photo/John Locher)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Virus Outbreak Nevada
FILE - In this Feb. 20, 2008, file photo, Siegfried Fischbacher, left, and Roy Horn arrive at a party following the premiere performance of Bette Midler's "The Showgirl Must Go On" at Caesar's Palace hotel and casino in Las Vegas. Horn, one half of the longtime Las Vegas illusionist duo Siegfried & Roy, has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a spokesman. Dave Kirvin said in a statement that Horn is responding well to treatment and that Horn and Fischbacher "sent positive wishes to everyone impacted by the pandemic." Horn was injured by a tiger during a live Siegfried & Roy performance at The Mirage hotel-casino in Las Vegas in 2003, leaving Horn partially paralyzed and ending the duo's successful show. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Virus Outbreak Nevada
FILE - In this Feb. 20, 2008, file photo, Siegfried Fischbacher, left, and Roy Horn arrive at a party following the premiere performance of Bette Midler's "The Showgirl Must Go On" at Caesar's Palace hotel and casino in Las Vegas. Horn, one half of the longtime Las Vegas illusionist duo Siegfried & Roy, has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a spokesman. Dave Kirvin said in a statement that Horn is responding well to treatment and that Horn and Fischbacher "sent positive wishes to everyone impacted by the pandemic." Horn was injured by a tiger during a live Siegfried & Roy performance at The Mirage hotel-casino in Las Vegas in 2003, leaving Horn partially paralyzed and ending the duo's successful show. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Obit Roy Horn
FILE - In this June 4, 1987, file photo, Las Vegas magicians Roy Horn, left, and Siegfried Fischbacher pose in New York, with their rare white tigers, Neva, left, a female, and Vegas, a male, during a stop at Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry before their departure for Germany. Horn, one half of the longtime Las Vegas illusionist duo Siegfried & Roy, died of complications from the coronavirus, Friday, May 8, 2020. He was 75. (AP Photo/Scott McKiernan, File)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Siegfried Fischbacher, Roy Horn
FILE - In this Thursday, July 17, 2014, file photo, Siegfried Fischbacher, left, holds up a white lion cub as Roy Horn holds up a microphone during an event to welcome three white lion cubs to Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, in Las Vegas. Horn, one half of the longtime Las Vegas illusionist duo Siegfried & Roy, died of complications from the coronavirus, Friday, May 8, 2020. He was 75. (AP Photo/John Locher, File)Photo by: ASSOCIATED PRESS