AFTER swapping magic for TV presenting some years ago, Stephen Mulhern is now one of the most recognisable TV presenters in Britain.
From Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway to Catchphrase, we have seen him in countless series. But how well do fans really know him? Here’s all you need to know about the Britain’s Got More Talent host…
When did he date Strictly’s Emma Barton?
He has been linked to a number of famous faces who he is believed to have dated.
Upcoming Strictly Come Dancing star and EastEnders actress Emma Barton met Stephen while working together on a pantomime, Snow White.
The two started seeing one another, but things fell apart for the couple in 2011 when they decided to call it quits.
While Stephen has been very private about his love life, he did reveal at the time that the romance had come to a “natural end”.
During an interview with Celebs Now in February, 2018, Stephen admitted to having been single for four years, insisting that he’d been a “single pringle” for quite some time.
“Last time I went on a date was about four years ago. That makes me sound really sad! I need a life. I need to stop working so much.”
Who is Stephen Mulhern?
Stephen Mulhern was born on April 4, 1977 – which makes him 42-years-old.
The Stratford, London native is a famous English presenter, entertainer and magician best known for his shows on ITV.
His interest in magic started when his father began teaching him tricks before bedtime when he was 11.
Stephen is the presenter on Britain’s Got More Talent[/caption]
He later joined The Magic Circle as the youngest member, which led to an appearance on Blue Peter.
His career as a magician eventually resulted in television gigs when he won the talent show The Big Big Talent Show hosted by Jonathan Ross.
The prize was that he would get to perform in the Royal Variety Performance at the Victoria Palace Theatre with the Queen sitting in the audience.
He also hosts Celebrity Catchphrase[/caption]
What shows has Stephen Mulhern presented?
Stephen co-presents a radio show on Heart with Emma Willis and has also moved into presenting and narrating TV shows.
He’s the king of the spin-off shows having presented Dancing on Ice: Defrosted and is also the presenter of the ITV’s Britain’s Got More Talent.
He’s also a regular in pantomime and has acted as host on quiz shows including Pick Me!
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Stephen presents ITV’s show Big Star’s Little Star, a show which sees celebrities and their children compete to win money for charity and also Catchphrase.
The TV favourite has presented a Saturday Night Takeaway spin-off In For A Penny, which was announced during the SNT finale.
He also fronts Big Star’s Little Star – a new show from ITV in which kids discuss their famous relatives and their home lives.