Stephen Mulhern is a British TV presenter, magician, and entertainer. He was born on April 4, 1977, in Stratford, London, England.
Mulhern began his career as a magician, performing at children’s parties and weddings.
Mulhern’s big break came when he was spotted by a TV producer while performing at Butlin’s holiday camps.
He was offered a job presenting the CITV children’s show “Finger Tips,” which ran from 2001 to 2008. Mulhern also hosted “Tricky TV” on CITV and “Holly & Stephen’s Saturday Showdown” on CBBC.
In addition to his children’s TV work, Mulhern has also presented a number of prime-time shows for ITV, including “Britain’s Got More Talent,” “Catchphrase,” “Big Star’s Little Star,” “In For A Penny,” and “Rolling In It.”
He has also hosted several specials and one-off shows for the network, including “Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway” and “The Chase Celebrity Special.”
Mulhern is known for his energetic and enthusiastic presenting style, and for incorporating magic tricks and illusions into his TV work.
He has won several awards for his presenting, including the Children’s BAFTA for Best Presenter in 2006 and 2007, and the Royal Television Society Award for Best Children’s Presenter in 2009.
Outside of his TV work, Mulhern is an ambassador for the children’s charity Variety, and has participated in several fundraising events for the organization. He is also a keen football fan and supports West Ham United.
Stephen Mulhern Parents: Meet Christopher Mulhern, Maureen Mulhern
Stephen Mulhern’s parents are Christopher and Maureen Mulhern. His father, Christopher, was a mechanic, and his mother, Maureen, was a secretary.
Stephen grew up in Stratford, London, with his older brother and younger sister.
He has credited his parents with encouraging his interest in magic from a young age, and has said that they supported his decision to pursue a career in entertainment.