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Jennifer Baybrook has been amazing audiences around the world as a professional yo-yo performer since she was eight years old. Making her professional debut with the Smother’s Brothers in 1989, she began a world performance tour that consisted of appearing at schools, fairs, festivals, civic organizations and on special event stages in 14 countries and 30 U.S. states.

Her repertoire consists of over 300 different yo-yo tricks ranging from old favorites like Walk the Dog and Rock the Baby to amazing feats with two yo-yo’s at once. She offers entertaining, motivational or educational science programs for a variety of organizations and events including:

 

 

Schools
Fairs & Festivals
Libraries
Trade Shows
Corporate Parties
Special Events
Commercials

Over the years she has had the honor of performing at the White House annual Easter Egg Roll and she toured as a founding member of the world renowned Team High Performance from 1997 to 1999. During this time she became the first female to win the National Yo-Yo Contest, the World Yo-Yo Contest and was awarded the title of National Yo-Yo Master, joining the ranks of an elite small group of yo-yo demonstrators.

She has appeared on various television shows globally including David Letterman, Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, Good Morning America, the Today Show, America’s Got Talent, the Steve Harvey Show, the Best Damn Sports Show Period, 30 Seconds to Fame and she hosted a Fox Kids Saturday morning special. Her resume also consists of being featured in a numerous newspaper and magazines including the Associated Press, Boston Globe, Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated For Kids, Times For Kids, Attaché - U.S. Airways In-flight Magazine, Girls’ Life and Scholastic News to name a few.

As one of the top yo-yo stars in the world featured in three commercials, she also had the opportunity to perform at world famous venues including, Euro Disney, Universal Studios Los Angeles, Dodgers Stadium and at the biggest yo-yo event in history, the 4/4 Japan Nationals attracting over 45,000 children. Today, she continues to entertain audiences and travel around the world from Miami, Florida.