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Originally from Galway, Owen trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
Theatre credits include: most recently the role of Quinn Carney in The Ferryman directed by Sam Mendes in the West End (Gielgud Theatre). Other credits include Translations (Ouroboros), Wunderkind (Calipo Theatre and Pleasance King Dome), Cruel and Tender (Hatch Theatre), The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Cork Millennium/Galway co-production), Hitchcock Blonde (Royal Court), Les Liasons Dangereuses (Liverpool Playhouse), This Property is Condemned (Bewley’s Cafe Theatre), Death of a Salesman(Birmingham Rep), Antigone (Warehouse Productions), The Chair (Cochrane Theatre). His appearances at the Abbey Theatre include: A Doll’s House, The Plough and the Stars, Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, The Burial At Thebes, Big Maggie and Barbaric Comedies. He appeared in Berlin Hannover Express at the Hampstead Theatre, in The Lonesome West for Galway Town Hall/Cork Opera House, in Frank McGuinness’s Greta Garbo Came To Donegal and Marie Jones’s Stones in his Pockets, both for the Tricycle Theatre.
Owen has appeared in the lead role of Jack in all four seasons of Touchpaper’s TV’s Single Handed for RTE/ITV. Also for Touchpaper, he appeared as Joseph in TV film Wild Decembers_on RTE. Other television credits include The Galway Races (Great Western Films for TG4), Spooks for Kudos/BBC, Mount Pleasant for Sky, Saving the Titanic for PBS and ZDF, A Year of Greater Love for Mammoth Screen, An Bronntanas for TG4 and De Facto Films, My Mother and Other Strangers for BBC, Paula also for BBC and most recently Killing Eve for BBC/BBC America.
His film credits include Rewind for Carbon Films, Teacht Abhaile (also Carbon Films), Conspiracy of Silence (Little Wing Films, Made in Belfast (KGB Films) and Swung for Boudica Films/Sigma Films.
Owen is represented in the UK by , Lisa Richards, London.