LAS VEGAS – Illusionist Roy Horn (search) made a rare public appearance last night -- signaling thumbs-up from a wheelchair at the "Havana Night Club" (search) revue at the Stardust showroom on the Las Vegas Strip.
Siegfried & Roy manager Bernie Yuman tells the Las Vegas Review-Journal that Horn was able to see the Siegfried & Roy-backed Cuban revue after returning from Denver over the weekend.
Horn had spent two weeks at the Craig Hospital rehabilitation center for stroke and trauma victims.
The 59-year-old entertainer and Las Vegas Strip (search) icon suffered a stroke that left him partially paralyzed after he was mauled by a 300-pound tiger during a live performance October third at The Mirage hotel-casino.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has been trying to obtain video of the fateful show.
But Feld Entertainment, the company behind the Siegfried and Roy act, won't hand over the footage.