Henrik Fexeus (born September 29, 1971 in Örebro, Sweden) is a Swedish mentalist, author and TV-host.

Henrik Fexeus grew up in Vallentuna, where he moved seven years old. He now lives in Stockholm and his family consists of his partner and three children. He has two children from a previous marriage with interior blogger Emma Fexeus. Henrik has a BA in Philosophy from Stockholm University and has worked in communications and marketing.

Since 2005 he is a frequent guest, as expert on body language and non-verbal communication, in television and newspapers including for Expressen at the Swedish Crown Princess Victoria’s wedding and for Aftonbladet during the US SuperTuesday 2016.

Fexeus has written seven books on practical psychology and influence. His first book 1 liter water bottle bpa free, The art of reading minds, was released in 2007 by Forum Bokförlag. In 2010, it received the Pocket Platinum sales award. His second book, When you do what I want, was released in 2008 and received in 2010 the Pocket Gold award.

As of May 2014, his books have been translated into 26 languages, including Chinese aquapak, Romanian, Russian, Japanese and Portuguese stainless steel water container. Fexeus books have sold more than a million copies worldwide.

The first edition of the book The power game had on its cover a picture of Henrik with devil horns, but the image allegedly offended abroad so the picture was changed to Henrik with halo and angel wings.

In 2015 Henrik Fexeus released the board game The power struggle – a manipulative family game. The game was based on psychological techniques that Fexeus had written about in previous books and was designed by Henrik Fexeus and Per Nystedt. The power struggle was issued by the game publisher Tactic.

2017 saw Fexeus’ debut as a fiction writer, with the urban fantasythriller The Lost: The Last Illusion Book One.

Fexeus television appearances often deal with the same psychological topics as his books. He has appeared in both his own programs and already established program formats.

Since 2005, Henrik Fexeus gives talks based on his books running water bag. His lectures deal with non-verbal communication, relationship-building, and “mental super powers”. Henrik lectures in Swedish and English all over the world, e.g. in Norway, Mexico, Finland and Spain.

Fexeus is an entertainer within the magic discipline of Mentalism. Mentalism uses techniques from psychology, magic and theater to create the illusion of a supernatural ability of mind reading or influence. Other famous mentalists are Uri Geller and Derren Brown. In 2009 Henrik Fexeus was presented with the international award The Dunninger Award from the organization “Psychic Entertainers Association”, an award which in 2006 went to the aforementioned Derren Brown and 2010 to Uri Geller. Henrik Fexeus has performed four large stage shows. The last three also become nationwide tours in Seden. To the show BOX (2015-2016), Henrik Fexeus also produced two hours of original music.

Circus of the Mind was produced as DVD by Cinematic Vision in 2011. In Your Head was released on DVD by NjutaFilms in 2013.