No, there aren't.
Because it is against to The International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy.
The International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy (also known as
International Statute of Secrecy) is a law in the wizarding world
that was first signed in 1689, then established officially in
1692. The law was laid down by the International Confederation of Wizards to safeguard the wizarding community from Muggles and hide its
presence from the world at large. - Source
In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Fred and George (Weasley) visit a girl who works in a paper shop. They go there to entertain the girl with magic tricks:
"We're off to the village, there's a very pretty girl working in the
paper shop who thinks my card tricks are something marvelous... almost
like real magic..." —George Weasley
This is the only mention of a real wizard performing magic tricks for a muggle (in the sense you are asking), which can be taken as a "performing magician", but not in the kind of performing magician who pulls a rabbit out of a hat.