Alison Owen

Who is Alison Owen?

Alison Owen is a producer from the United Kingdom. Alison Owen is well-known for producing the films Jane Eyre (Drama Romance) in 2011, Saving Mr. Banks (Comedy Drama) in 2013, and The Giver (Sci-Fi Drama) in 2014. She is also the producer of Instrumental (Biography Music).

Alison Owen – Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Alison Owen was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England on February 18, 1961. 

Mary Kathleen Owen and Peter Ronald Owen are her parents.

Her father is a chief petty officer in the Royal Navy, and her mother is a dockyard worker in the Royal Navy. 

Owen also has an older sister named Jill Beatrice Owen.

Alison is of American nationality and of Caucasian ethnicity.

Moving on to his educational background, she graduated from University College London with a B.A.

Net Worth of Alison Owen? Salary, Earning

Alison Owen’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $5 million as of 2022. 

Aside from that, Owen has not disclosed any information about her salary or annual income. 

Furthermore, Alison appears to live a wealthy lifestyle.

Facts of Alison Owen

Age: 61 years
Birth Date: February 18, 1961. 
Full Name: Alison Owen
Net Worth: $1 million to $5 million
Profession Producer

Relationship, Married life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Alison Owen is currently married to British art director Aaron Batterham. 

However, there are no specifics about their wedding date or location. 

Aside from that, she is the mother of his husband’s four children.

Relationships in the Past

In the 1970s, Alison was in a relationship with Andy Lavender. 

Sarah Lavender, the couple’s first child, was born in December 1979. The pair, however, divorced.

Alison later married Welsh actor and television personality Keith Allen. 

In 1984, the couple married. Lily Allen and Alfie Allen are the couple’s two daughters. 

The couple divorced in 1989, though.

Alison was also in a relationship with Harry Enfield, a British actor, and comedian. 

Unfortunately, the couple divorced while the reason remains hidden behind the curtains.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Alison Owen is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 60 kg. 

Owen also has dark brown eyes and short wavy blonde hair. 

Alison’s total body dimensions are 36-25-35 inches. 

Owen also has a shoe size of 8 (US) and a dress size of 6. (US).

Alison Owen – Professional Career

In 1990, Owen made her debut as an executive producer with Puja Puja (Documentary). 

In 1991, she was cast as an executive producer in Teenage Health Freak (TV Series). 

In addition, she produced Smashie and Nicey, the End of an Era (TV Movie) in 1994.

In addition, Owen produced Is Harry on the Boat? (TV Movie) in 2001. 

She was seen as an executive producer in The Bad Mother’s Handbook in 2008. (TV Movie). 

She was seen as the executive producer of Small Island the following year (a TV Mini-Series).

Alison Owen is with Katie Spikes. Source: Zimbio

Alison also appeared as an executive producer in Anne With an E (TV Series) in 2018. 

The next year, she was seen as an executive producer in Harlots (TV Series). 

Owen is also the executive producer of The Honey Makers (Short) in 2020.

She was cast as an executive producer in Death on the Common: My Mother’s Murder the following year (TV Movie Documentary). 

Alison is the executive producer of Murder in Provence as of 2022. (TV Series). 

She is also the executive producer of Bebe A.I. (Short).

Alison Owen – Social Media Status

Alison does not appear to be active on any social networking networks, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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Quick Facts of Alison Owen

  • Alison is a British Producer.
  • She is famous as the producer of Jane Eyre (Drama Romance) 2011, Saving Mr. Banks (Comedy Drama) 2013, and The Giver (Sci-Fi Drama) 2014.
  • Alison has a well-maintain profile among the public and the media as well.
  • Her whole body measurements are 36-25-35 inches.
  • Alison is currently married to Aaron Batterham, a British art director.