Chris Cox is the stand out star of BBC Three’s award winning ‘Killer Magic‘ and headlines the hit West End magic show Impossible.’ He’s a multi award winning mind reader who can’t read minds. Not only that but according to The Guardian he is ‘one of the most exciting entertainers in Britain.’

‘Stunning… leaves other magicians scratching their heads.’ The Times

Chris has been seen by over 250,000 people worldwide and received rave reviews for his headlining role in the smash hit magic show ‘Impossible’ at the Noel Coward Theatre (London’s West End 2015 & 2016, Inaugural Season at Dubai Opera & International tour) and in ‘The Illusionists – Live From Broadway‘ (International Tour). He has a string of accolades under his belt including 5 sell out solo Edinburgh Fringe shows, 4 solo UK Tours, 2 extended sell out runs at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, 2 Edinburgh Fringe Awards, a Best Comedy Show award, a heap of 5 star reviews and numerous TV and radio appearances.

‘Genuinely baffling… so very impressive’ ***** The Sunday Express

Chris Cox is a self proclaimed mind reader who can’t read minds who is making a huge name for himself as a funny, confident and charismatic performer, full of energy, warmth and charm. Chris delivers incredible mind-reading stunts with a silly and mischievous sense of fun that leaves audiences astounded, amazed and thoroughly entertained. Using a mongrel hybrid mix of witty chit chat, magic, psychology, body language, influencing, devilish good looks… and lying, he will make you think that he knows what you’re thinking.

‘A truly talented performer, lovable, geeky & astonishingly impressive’ ***** Time Out
As well as starring in ‘Killer Magic’ (BBC 3) he has recently been on your screens with One Direction reading their minds at the ‘BBC Music Awards’. He’s also appeared with Heston Blumenthal in ‘Heston’s Recipe For Romance’ (Channel 4); ‘Now You See It’ (BBC One), ‘The Secret Of Star Wars’ (BBC iPlayer); ‘The Mentalist Revealed’ (Channel 5); ‘Dick & Dom’s Funny Business’ (BBC 2) and ‘Little Howard’s Big Question’ (BBC 1) not only that but he’s also part of a BAFTA nominated team as the man who brought magic to bbc.co.uk’s ‘Merlin’.

Chris has performed at ‘Shakespeare’s The Globe’;  ‘Latitude Festival’ and the ‘Reading & Leeds Festivals’. He’s created magic for ‘Dan & Phil’s Amazing Tour Is Not On Fire’ (London Palladium, Dolby Theatre LA, World Tour & YouTube Red); for Heston Blumenthal and ‘The Fat Duck‘ where Chris is a creative consultant and was invited by Richard Branson to perform for Virgin Atlantic’s inaugural flight to Cancun. He is also the writer and producer of Hugh Jackman’s ‘Wolverine The Musical’; ‘The Matt Edmondson Show’; ‘Dan & Phil’s Guide To Happiness’ and ‘The Story Of Tim Minchin’ all for BBC Radio 1. He continues to tour the multi 5 star, award winning show, ‘Fatal Distraction’ throughout the world. Other than writing for stage, TV and Radio he also writes for ‘You & Your Wedding’; Cosmopolitan’; ‘The Times’; ‘The Independent’; Mr & Mrs Smith’ and ‘Virgin Atlantic’.

Ricky Gervais said Chris is, ‘Brilliant, he’ll blow your mind’ and he is never wrong. Other celebrity fans who have experienced Cox include Jonathan Ross, Dan & Phil, Richard Branson, Heston Blumenthal, The Saudi Royal Family, The Jordanian Royal Family, Charlotte Crosby, Matt Edmondson, Nick Grimshaw, Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Tim Minchin.

‘Gobsmacking – this man’s comedy mindreading will perplex and amuse.’ Evening Standard

Despite all his live work, celebrity mind reader Chris Cox is also available to read minds and perform exclusively for your private event, party or product launch as an after dinner or keynote speaker; or for incredible and unique corporate entertainment. He has performed throughout the globe for a multitude of prestigious companies all of which have been left awe-struck and amazed by his talents. If you want to enquire about booking Chris for your event you can get in touch via the contact page and we’ll tell you how he can make your event magical and unforgettable.