Stephen Mulhern

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His non-game shows include the magic formats ''The Quick Trick Show'' and ''Tricky TV'' and the arts and crafts how-to show ''Fingertips''. After these CITV shows were decommissioned, Stephen's innocent charm found a home on ITV's primetime schedule.
His non-game shows include the magic formats ''The Quick Trick Show'' and ''Tricky TV'' and the arts and crafts how-to show ''Fingertips''. After these CITV shows were decommissioned, Stephen's innocent charm found a home on ITV's primetime schedule.
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== Contact ==
 
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c/o James Grant Media Group Ltd, 94 Strand On The Green, Chiswick, London, W4 3NN
 
== Web links ==
== Web links ==

Current revision as of 09:38, 12 July 2019

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Biography

Mulhern's way in to children's TV was through performing magic on the Mad Science programme, and he still performs live magic on a regular basis; his touring production Stephen's Mega Mad Magic Show played to over a quarter of a million people. He's also played Danny in the theatre productions of Grease, appeared on The Royal Variety Show in 1997, and created and produced the Channel 4 magic show Freaky.

His non-game shows include the magic formats The Quick Trick Show and Tricky TV and the arts and crafts how-to show Fingertips. After these CITV shows were decommissioned, Stephen's innocent charm found a home on ITV's primetime schedule.

Web links

Official website

Internet Movie Database entry

Wikipedia entry

BFI database

@StephenMulhern

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