Nicholas Einhorn is one of the most sought after magicians in the UK and a Gold Star member of the world famous Inner Magic Circle. He appeared on ITV1's Penn & Teller: FOOL US! in 2011 fooling the famous magicians so badly they flew him to Las Vegas to perform in their hit show at the Rio Hotel and Casino.
Nicholas was voted "The Magic Circle Centenary Close-up Magician" in 2005. Part of a special event to celebrate the society's 100th birthday.
In addition he won 2nd place (Micro Magic) at F.I.S.M, The World Championships of Magic, 2003 and has won the coveted title "The Magic Circle Close-up Magician of the Year" twice. (1996 & 2002).
His many TV appearances include This Morning (Granada TV) RI:SE (Channel 4) Xchange (CBBC) The Dan & Dusty Show (ITV1) Test The Nation (BBC1) Watchdog (BBC1) Brainiac (Sky One) & Penn & Teller: FOOL US! (ITV1)
Nicholas is the top selling magic author of many titles including The Art of Magic and Sleight of Hand, How To Do Magic, Close-up Magic, The Encyclopedia of Magic, Card Magic, Magic Illusions, Conjuring Tricks, Amazing Puzzles & Stunning Stunts, The Illustrated Compendium of Magic Tricks and Stunning Stunts, Stand-up Magic and Stage Illusions (Over 500,000 copies sold worldwide)
As a consultant and magic advisor Nicholas has created the illusions and special effects for several large stage and screen productions including the musical adaptation of Oscar Wilde's "The Canterville Ghost" (Starring Ron Moody) the hugely successful pantomime "Cinderella" (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin), The Old Vic's "Aladdin" (Starring Ian McKellen) and the feature film "Bright Young Things", (Directed by Stephen Fry).
Nicholas also designs, develops and markets new concepts and magical effects for the magic fraternity. He has been invited to give magic lectures in England, Ireland, Austria, Israel, Belgium, Australia, Germany, Singapore, USA, Switzerland and Italy. Many of his illusions have been purchased and performed by magicians all over the world including some of the most established names in magic including Paul Daniels and David Copperfield.