Fergus has been performing magic since he was 8 years old, which saw him nicknamed 'pick-a-card' by his two elder sisters. 15 years later he bagged a 13 part CBBC series at the beginning of 2011 called, 'Help! My Supply Teacher Is Magic', (and yes at 23, he is still asking his sisters to pick a card).
Fergus' TV debut was as a talking head on 'The 50 Greatest Magic Tricks', channel 5, where he lit up the screen with his natural warmth and wit.
Having performed in front of 5000 people at The Royal Albert Hall in an adaptation of John Godber's play, Bouncers, 'pick-a-card' skills and interests extend beyond the realms of magic. Bouncers saw him multi rolling a myriad of parts such as a Mancunian bouncer, an eccentric hairdresser, and a high heeled Liverpudlian called 'Rosie'- which he took to far too well..!
Sport has been a major facet of Fergus' life. He is a qualified and licensed tennis coach and has taught at his local club as well as the national centre in Nottingham. Having played hockey for South England and played in the nations regional tournament, Fergus has gained irreplaceable life skills that have aided him throughout his professional career.
Fergus has recently appeared on Blue Peter amazing the stars of the new Oz The Great and Powerful movie with his magical interview technique! Fergus is also a keen sportsman being a qualified tennis coach and Kent county player, playing hockey for South England, county level athletics, club level squash, and a love of football! He demostrated this knowledge on CBBC's Match of the Day: Kickabout.
With ambitions to become a regular, well-loved face on mainstream British TV, Fergus is reminiscent of a young Richard Hammond, and surely one to watch in 2013.