This 1996 recipient of the Frakson Best Magician of the Year Award also became known for his association with the Abracadabra Foundation, a charity organization providing magic shows for ill and disabled children and senior citizens.
He began practicing magic when he was just six years old; seven years later, he passed the Spanish Society of Illusion's magician's examination.
He appeared in the 2010, Goya Award-winning film Paper Birds.
He was born and raised in Madrid, Spain.
He and Juan Tamariz became two of Spain's most popular magicians. Blass was inspired by Tamariz's career and, as a child, studied magic with Tamariz's daughter Ana.