Ben Hart performs entrancing magic using two bowls and rice. The 29-year-old magician from London has been working hard to perfect this performance!
Got Talent history: (Britain’s Got Talent) BGT: S13 – 3rd Place / (Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions) BGTC: S1 – Participant
Ben Hart is a magician and Gold Star Member of the Inner Magic Circle. He grew up in Winchester. In 2007 he was awarded the “Young Magician Of The Year” award by The Magic Circle. He is known for his work on British television and as an inventor and designer of magic tricks and illusions. He is a close-up and stage magician.
In 2014, Hart wrote and starred in Killer Magic on BBC Three which was awarded “Best Non-Competitive Reality Show” at the National Reality Television Awards. In 2016, Hart starred in Ben Hart’s Life Hacks on BBC Three the first episode of which was directed by Matt Edmondson, and later Ben Hart’s Life Hacks with The Voice which saw him pranking the celebrity judges of The Voice UK, including Boy George, Paloma Faith and Ricky Wilson of the Kaiser Chiefs. Hart also appeared in a regular slot within Now You See It on BBC One hosted by Mel Giedroyc. Other television credits include The Sorcerer’s Apprentice for CBBC, The One Show for BBC One where Hart teleported a human to the top of Broadcasting House, Partners in Rhyme hosted by Len Goodman for BBC One, and ASAP, and Umagang Kay Ganda live in the Philippines. He has also presented his favourite music videos on Myx. For BBC Click and Objective Productions, Hart created the “world’s first 360 magic trick” for the Royal Television Society. Hart has also performed his magic live on the radio for BBC Radio One and has created advertising campaigns for Trident, Nicorette, Costa Coffee, and Sky TV.
In 2019, Hart auditioned for series thirteen of Britain’s Got Talent. His first round aired on 11 May 2019, and he was later selected by the judges as one of the 40 acts to perform in the live semi-finals. On 30 May, he won the public vote at the fourth semi-final and competed in the final against 10 other acts on 2 June. He came in third place on the show. During the judge’s feedback, David Walliams described Ben as “the living embodiment of magic”.
In September 2019 Hart competed in the second series of BGT: The Champions but was eliminated after one performance.
As a magic consultant and illusionist, Hart has written and created magic tricks and special effects for tv, theatre and film. His credits include Trick Artist for Channel 4 starring Benjamin Earl, The Egg Trick starring Ian McKellen, Killer Magic for BBC Three, BBC1’s Now You See It, and Not Going Out.
Around 40 participants from across the Got Talent franchise, ranging from winners, live round participants – quarter-finalists (where applicable), semi-finalists and finalists – and other notable acts, will participate during The Champions contest in 2020, with each of the contest’s preliminaries featuring around 10 participants. While those receiving a golden buzzer in each preliminary would secure an automatic place in the grand-final, remaining places would be competed for in two semi-finals, each consisting of the two highest voted in each preliminary, along with a third in each voted for by the judges from amongst those placing 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively in the audience vote.
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