Sid Owen Bio, Age, Husband, Net Worth, Strictly Come Dancing

Sid Owen Biography

Sid Owen, an English actor, television presenter, and former singer, played Ricky Butcher on the BBC One soap drama EastEnders. He also participated on the tenth season of Strictly Come Dancing and made a surprise appearance in the British cult show How Clean is Your House in 2005.


How old is Sid Owen? – Age

He is 52 years old as of 12 January 1972 in London, United Kingdom. His real name is David John Sutton.

Sid Owen Family – Education

Owen has four brothers. Owen’s father, David, was an alcoholic who abandoned him when he was six years old. His mother, Joan, died of pancreatic cancer when he was eight years old. He then attended the Anna Scher Theatre School. Sid enjoys football and has participated in many celebrity matches. He is an Arsenal fan.

Sid Owen Wife – Does Sid Owen have any children?

He was engaged to Carty Hubbard in 2000, and he brought her across the world for two years before they parted up in 2003. In October 2006, he began dating Polly Parsons, the actress who played Genie in The House. In April 2012, Owen informed the Sunday Mirror that they were still good friends but no longer dating, and that he was single. Owen welcomed a daughter in 2022.

Sid Owen Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1.1 million.

Sid Owen EastEnders – Career

Preceding his part in EastEnders, he played a part in the film Transformation in 1985, in which he showed up close by Al Pacino and Donald Sutherland. In 1988, he was projected in the BBC drama EastEnders as Ricky Butcher, child of well known character Honest Butcher. His personality’s associations with Sam Mitchell (Danniella Westbrook) and Bianca Jackson (Patsy Palmer) became famous during the 1990s.

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He showed up consistently on the show until April 2000 when he chose to leave the show and took a shot at popular music delivering his cover form of Michael Jackson’s 1972 tune, “We Have Something to be thankful for Going” on Mushroom Records. The tune came to No. 14 in the UK Singles Diagram in June 2000. A subsequent single was recorded however never delivered. He had before delivered a 1995 Kids in Need single with Patsy Palmer, “No doubt”. That track came to No. 60 in the UK outline.

He got back to EastEnders in 2002, first showing up in a side project episode Ricky and Bianca which broadcasted in May 2002 which saw his personality rejoin with his ex Bianca. He got back to the show as a normal later in the year and was cut out in 2004 because of absence of storylines. Getting back to TV work, Owen showed up on an episode of Lily Savage’s Blankety Clear in 2001, and participated in the fifth series of I’m a VIP, Get Me Out of Here! in 2005, where he did the first bushtucker preliminary with David Dickinson.

He completed third in the series. He likewise partook in a VIP bout with Ben Fogle, for Game Alleviation, which Fogle eventually won. Owen additionally featured in ITV1’s jail show Miscreants in 2006, during the shows eighth and last series. His personality succumbed to detainee Janine Nebeski, played by his ex-EastEnders co-star, Nicola Stapleton. Owen showed up in The Bill on 6 November 2007.

On 30 October 2007, it was affirmed that Owen would make his re-visitation of EastEnders in 2008. This news came 24 hours after the declaration that Patsy Palmer, his on-screen spouse, was additionally getting back to the show. In February 2011 he declared that he was having some time off from the show.

He showed up in Snow White and the Seven Diminutive people from December 2007 to January 2008 at The Beck Theater, Hayes, Middlesex as Mr. Perfect. He likewise introduced series 8 of To Purchase or Not to Purchase with Melinda Courier. Yet again in January 2012, Owen left EastEnders following four years back in the job. He returned for half a month in June 2012, preceding leaving again to run an eatery in France.

On 10 September 2012, it was reported that Owen would be a contender for the 10th series of Stringently Come Moving. He was banded together with Ola Jordan. He and Jordan were the third couple to be wiped out, missing out in the dance-off against Colin Salmon.

Owen partook in the 2016 series of The Leap on Channel 4. In 2016, Owen marked an agreement with the BBC and thought that he ought to get back to EastEnders to “finish the storyline or return for a time span.” In August 2022, it was affirmed that he would repeat his job as Ricky for a short spell.

Owen partook in 2023 in the Channel 4 reality recreation of prison life Beat Up, saying that “he’s the principal individual from his family not to go to prison seriously, so he’s quick to see what it’s like.”

Sid Owen Movies and TV Shows

♦ 1983 – Jury
♦ 1984 – Weekend Playhouse
♦ 1984 – Bottle Boys
♦ 1987 – William Tell
♦ 1988–2000, 2002–2004, 2008–2012, 2022–2023 – EastEnders
♦ 1985 – Revolution
♦ 2000 – Cat Burglar
♦ 2004 – Sport Relief
♦ 2005 – I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!
♦ 2006 – Bad Girls
♦ 2007 – The Bill
♦ 2008 – To Buy or Not to Buy
♦ 2010–2011 – EastEnders: E20
♦ 2012 – The Real Hustle
♦ 2012 – Strictly Come Dancing
♦ 2016 – The Jump
♦ 2023 – Banged Up