TV presenter and host of 'Britain's Got More Talent' (ITV2) Stephen Mulhern is a hugely popular presenter and is an excellent awards host.
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Stephen Mulhern is firmly established as one of the most popular presenters in the business. He is best known for his smash hit television shows ITV1’s Saturday morning show 'Holly & Stephen’s Saturday Showdown', 'Tricky', 'Fingertips', 'Globo Loco', the BAFTA award winning 'Quick Trick Show' and 'Ministry of Mayhem'. After stepping away from Saturday morning children’s TV he has gone onto host 'Dancing on Ice-Defrosted' and 'Britain’s Got More Talent', the ITV2 spin offs from the massive ITV1 hit shows.
As well as television, Stephen is an experienced stage performer, having appeared in numerous theatre productions including Grease where he played Danny Zucco. He has also toured in his own stage show called Stephen’s Mega Mad Magic Show which saw him tour the country for 78 dates, performing for more than 250,000 people! The highlight of Stephen’s stage career to date was being invited to appear on The Royal Variety Show at the Victoria Palace Theatre in front of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh. Stephen had the pleasure of meeting Her Majesty once again since then, having been invited to Buckingham Palace for tea!
Stephen has written a TV series for Channel 4 called 'Freaky'. He has not only created the show but was the executive producer! Stephen says “It’s a new style of TV magic that is well suited to Channel 4 and moves magic on even further than David Blaine took it”. The first series was such a huge hit that the channel commissioned a second.
2005 was a great year for Stephen as he continued to host 'Ministry of Mayhem' (Saturday mornings ITV1). He also presented the Children’s BAFTA Awards winning 'Tricky TV' (CiTV) of which Stephen is the co-creator. He appeared as Robbie Williams on 'Celebrity Stars In Their Eyes'. He has also presented two series of the ITV1 primetime Saturday night show, 'Animals Do The Funniest Things'. If this was not enough Stephen has also written his own one man stage show that toured Butlins.
2006 continued to be as hectic - Stephen co-presented 'Holly & Stephen’s Saturday Showdown' (Saturday mornings ITV1), was nominated for two Children's BAFTA’s (Best Presenter & Best Entertainment show for 'Tricky') and also forged a very successful career with ITV2 with him hosting 'Dancing On Ice: Defrosted' and The Princes Trust 30th Birthday celebrations.
After completing a sell out Christmas and New Year run of the panto Mother Goose, 2007 began with Stephen back on ITV2 with the second series of the hit show 'Dancing on Ice: Defrosted' and 'Tricky TV' also returned for its second series. In June, Stephen hosted another flagship show for ITV2, 'Britain’s Got More Talent', which proved to be a huge success! He returned to Panto playing the part of Aladdin at The Marlow Theatre in Canterbury which got rave reviews!
2008 was an exciting year for Stephen which saw 'Britain’s Got More Talent' and 'Animals Do The Funniest Things' return. He also fronted a brand new show for ITV1, 'Kids Do The Funniest Things' & 'Athlete’s Do The Funniest Things'. June saw Stephen host the 'Britain’s Got Talent' Tour which took him up and down the country. If that’s not enough he also toured the UK with his one man variety show throughout the summer. He then once again returned to Canterbury for Panto this time playing the part of Muddles in Snow White at the Marlow Theatre!
2009 saw Stephen return for a third series of 'Britain’s Got More Talent' which got amazing viewing figures; it was the highest rated multi channel programme at that time! This again lead onto Stephen hosting the ever popular 'Britain’s Got Talent' Tour, which was a huge success as it sold out at many arenas in the UK. June saw Stephen present a brand new show for ITV1 called 'Anonymous'. He then went onto present a new series of Britain & Animals Do The Funniest Things. At Christmas Stephen decided to take a different route & was excited to be involved with a brand new pantomime Santa Claus and the return of Jack Frost at The Mayflower Theatre in Southampton.
In 2010 Stephen continued with a busy schedule that included Do The Funniest Things series 9, alongside the 4th series of the much loved show 'Britain’s Got More Talent' in April & May. He hosted his first Saturday Night prime time show for ITV1, Magic Numbers, a brand new fast paced live entertainment show where viewers phones could win them a fortune.