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English former footballer

Born: December 14, 1979 (age 41 years), Chester, United Kingdom

Height: 1.73 m

Spouse: Louise Bonsall (m. 2005)

Number: 10 (Liverpool F.C. / Forward)

Children: Gemma Rose Owen, Emily May Owen, Jessica Owen, James Michael Owen

Parents: Terry Owen, Jeanette Owen

FULL NAME Michael James Owen

BORN December 14, 1979

HEIGHT 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)

NATIONALITY English, British

ROLE Striker

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Owen met Louise Bonsall at primary school in 1984. 

The couple bought Lower Soughton Manor in Flintshire, North Wales, where they keep his cars and her horses.

They were engaged on 14 February 2004, and married on 24 June 2005, at the Carden Park Hotel in Chester, Cheshire.

The couple had initially planned to get married at their home, but changed plans when they were informed that if a licence was granted for a marriage ceremony the venue must be made available for other weddings for three years, so opted to marry in a register office in informal clothing and have a lavish reception the next day in the grounds of their home.

Their daughter, Gemma Rose, was born on 1 May 2003. On 6 February 2006, they had a son named James Michael.

Their third child, a daughter, Emily May, was born on 29 October 2007. Their fourth child Jessica was born on 26 February 2010.

After Owen returned to the UK to play for Newcastle, he travelled to a nearby BAE Systems facility on a daily basis in order to fly, by helicopter, to train with his club.

However, there is now a helipad installed within the grounds of the house to accommodate Owen’s Eurocopter Dauphin, with which he both travels and is training to become a pilot. 

Owen was eventually banned from training to be a pilot by Newcastle United due to excessive insurance premiums.

Owen also bought an entire street for his extended family in Ewloe, which is in an area close to where he used to live.

In 2004, Owen’s sister Karen was assaulted by two youths, who attempted to kidnap her.

When she revealed that she was pregnant, they fled.

Owen owns several cars and a helicopter and enjoys horse racing and gambling. He owns many race horses, trained by Tom Dascombe. 

He bred the horse Brown Panther which won a major race at Royal Ascot in 2011, and the 2015 Dubai Gold Cup. 

Owen was a brand ambassador for British bookmaker Colossus Bets.

On 24 November 2017, Owen rode on Calder Prince at Ascot and finished second, beaten by Tom Chatfield-Roberts on Golden Wedding.

He was one of 10 amateur riders to take part in the seven-furlong ‘Prince’s Countryside Fund Charity’ contest, which was attended by HRH Prince Charles and HRH Duchess of Cornwall.

Owen starred in a series of adverts that charted his life and rise to fame. 

In 2001, he was the advertising face of breakfast cereal “Nestlé Sporties”.

He also appeared in several adverts for the washing powder Persil, in a contract worth £1 million. 

Owen was selected as one of the two cover athletes for Pro Evolution Soccer 2008. 

He has been an ambassador of the Swiss watchmaker Tissot since 1998 and has a contract with car manufacturer Jaguar.

Owen also starred as himself in the children’s television drama show Hero to Zero.

In the programme, Owen would emerge from a full size poster of himself in Charlie Brice’s room to offer advice in times of crisis.

Owen had indicated that he would like to become involved with Chester in some capacity when he retires, as it was his local team growing up and his father played for the old Chester side which went out of business in March 2010 and was reformed at a lower level.

In January 2018, Owen participated in And They’re Off! in aid of Sport Relief, winning the episode.