Mandy Muden as Fairy Fleshcreep
Mandy is one of the world’s only female comedy magicians. She was the 13th women in history to join the world famous Magic Circle. Since joining, she has won many top awards including the prestigious Magic Circle Carlton Award for her contribution to Comedy in Magic. An award that Mandy is still the only woman in history to receive.
Mandy has performed all over the world, from comedy clubs to many of the world’s most prestigious venues, including The Imperial Palace in Las Vegas and Buckingham Palace, where she had the honour of performing for Her Majesty The Queen for her Golden Jubilee Concerts.
Mandy was thrilled to be part of Britain’s Got Talent in 2018, where she successfully made it through to the semi finals, receiving standing ovations from the judges and the audiences after each performance, with Simon Cowell describing her as being 'very unique, so likeable and very naughty!’
Mandy’s television credits include Bring Me the Funny for NBC USA, Dick and Dom’s Funny Business for the BBC, Faking It on Channel 4, Astounding Celebrities for ITV, The World’s Greatest Magic on Channel 4, When Magic Goes Wrong for Channel 4, Best Magic Tricks Ever on ITV, Heroes Of Magic for Channel 4, The Big Stage on Channel 5, and The Big Stage Magic and Illusion Show on Channel 5.
She has performed onboard many of the worlds finest Cruise Lines including Seabourn, Royal Caribbean, Holland America, P & O, Silverseas, Azamara & Princess Cruises to name but a few.
As a writer, Mandy's first play co-written with actress Claire Sweeney, 'Sex in the Suburbs’, toured most major theatres in the UK during 2014-15 to great critical acclaim. Mandy is currently putting the finishing touches to her first sitcom.
Mandy is no stranger to Pantomime, having performed in many pantomimes including the first ever 'panto' in Dubai, Cinderella at The World Trade Centre. Mandy is thrilled to be joining the cast in Sevenoaks this Christmas, playing Fairy Fleshcreep.