Fay Presto is arguably Britain's premier close-up magician. Having been previously nominated Tatler's 'Entertainer of the Year' and personally requested to entertain HM The Queen on no less than six occasions.
Fay is the first choice entertainer to a host of celebrities and VIPs including Madonna, Elton John, Camilla Parker-Bowles, Rod Stewart, Dustin Hoffman and Eric Clapton to name but a few. Her television work has included 'Talking Telephone Numbers', Paul Daniels' Magic Show 'Secrets', Gae Byrne's 'The Late Late Show', John Lenahan's 'Stuff The White Rabbit', 'This Morning', 'James Whale', 'Trick on 2' and BBC's 'History of Magic' series (2004).
The '40 Minutes' documentary 'Illusions of Grandeur' showing Fay in all aspects of her home and professional life, produced the most positive response that the BBC has ever had from the public and is considered one of the best ever in the series. It has been repeated twice here and shown everywhere from Europe to Australia.
Most recently, Fay Presto was featured alongside top illusionist David Copperfield on CNN International's 'Quest for Magic'.