Stephen Mulhern

Stephen Mulhern

Infobox Person
name = Stephen Mulhern

caption = Mulhern at the 2008 BAFTA Television Awards
birth_date = birth date and age|1977|4|4|df=yes
birth_place = Minehead
occupation = Television presenter, Magician

Stephen David Mulhern (born 4 April 1977) is a British children's TV presenter and entertainer. He began presenting in the studio on CITV in 1998 and became a leading presenter on the channel, until he left in 2002. He has presented a number of shows, including "SMTV Live", "Holly & Stephen's Saturday Showdown" and "Globo Loco". Mulhern is also the host of "Britain's Got More Talent" on ITV2, where he conducts interviews with the judges and acts from the talent show. [ [ Britain's Got Talent Hosts]]


Mulhern began entertaining from a very young age and became interested in comedy and magic. He was a member of The Magic Circle and has become a successful TV magician. Magic credits have included "The Quick Trick Show" and more recently "Tricky TV". He has released a number of children's magic sets and videos and has toured the UK with his show entitled "Stephen's Mega Mad Magic Show". The show proved popular attracting large audiences. He has taken part in the Royal Variety Performance at the Victoria Palace Theatre with The Queen in attendance. In 2004 Mulhern made an appearance on the Babestation channel, entering the studio completely nude and demanding if "anyone wanted to ring in and see a real magic wand". In 2005 Mulhern created and presented the Channel 4 magic show "Freaky" and was credited as executive producer. In 2006 he performed a magic routine in an episode of "The Slammer", he came in second place, and thus was not released, to the dance group "Flawless".

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Mulhern starred in the stage version of Grease as Danny Zuko and stated his ambition was to play the title role in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. In 2005 he appeared on "Celebrity Stars in Their Eyes" as Robbie Williams. [ [ Stephen Mulhern Biography] James Grant Management] Mulhern has a regular slot at Butlins, where he once was a redcoat, during the summer season with a show of comedy, magic and gunge. [ [ Family Events]]

For Christmas 2002 he appeared in pantomime at the Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon. [ [ Performance Diary] It's Behind] He found his audience difficult and left the stage in a petulant mood. During the interval, Barry Kelleby, who was wearing the Mr Blobby suit for this performance, tackled a group of young people claiming he was the show's producer, Carina Skipper. Kellerby told the youngsters they would be 'removed from the theatre' if they continued to enjoy the pamtomime in a panto fashion thereby 'making life difficult for my artist'. Mulhern found the silence from the audience easier to handle.Fact|date=July 2008

In 2005 he was back at Croydon with Danny La Rue and he performed in Mother Goose in Bromley for the 2006/07 panto season. [ [ Pantomimes in Bromley Churchill Theatre]] He starred in Aladdin at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury, playing the leading role of Aladdin, however when he was not able to play the role director and writer Paul Hendy stood in to take the role. [ [ Event archive]] He is also going to be making another apprince there in the 2008/9 panto, Snow White.

Television credits

Mulhern's television credits consist mainly of entertainment shows:
*CITV (main presenter, May 1998 - August 2002)
*"Animals Do the Funniest Things"
*"Brilliant Creatures"
*"Britain's Got More Talent (2007, 2008)"
*"Celebrities Under Pressure" (Episode #3.4)
*"Dancing on Ice: Defrosted (2006, 2007)"
*"Family Fortunes (2007)
*"Finger Tips (2000 - 2004)"
*"Freaky TV"
*"Globo Loco (2003 - 2004)"
*"Harry Potter at the Castle: Magic at Midnight"
*"Holly & Stephen's Saturday Showdown" (previously known as "Ministry of Mayhem" from 10th January 2004 - 1st July 2006)
*"Kids Do The Funniest Things" (2008)
*"The National Music Awards"
*"The Quick Trick Show" (1999 - 2002)
*"The Record of the Year 2004"
*"The Slammer" (guest appearance, 2006)
*"Timmy Towers" (1997) as Merlin
*"SMTV Live", "SMTV Gold" (August - December 2003)
*"Stars in Their Eyes"
*"Tricky Quickies"
*"Tricky TV (2005 - 2006)"
*"You Can Do Magic (2003)"
*"n00b World (Quite Recently)"


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NAME=Mulhern, Stephen
ALTERNATIVE NAMES=sophie the best
DATE OF BIRTH=4 April 1977

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