Produced in England on January 27, 1972, Mark Owen acquired recognition as a part of Take That, alongside bandmates Robbie Williams and Jason Orange. In 2002, he was the winning contestant on Celebrity Big Brother. He reunited with all the group in 2010.
At 17, Owen met Gary Barlow at a nearby pub. Barlow told him about an audition for a boy band and proposed Owen try out for the group. Although Owen says his singing and dancing were not spectacular, he won a place in the group Take That, alongside Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams.
Early singles encountered with modest success, but the group broke through with all the single “It Only Takes a Minute.” In 1992, they released their very first record, Take That & Party, followed by Everything Transforms one year after.
Owen declared his solo career using the singles “Child” and “Clementine,” both of which reached the No. 3 position. His 1996 solo album, Green Man, had disappointing sales, nevertheless, and he was soon dropped by his record company.
In the limelight again, he released the single “Four Minute Warning,” which reached No. 5. For the time being, he and his bandmates released an effective documentary about Take That Is skyrocket trajectory in the 90s. It was so warmly greeted the group embarked on a reunion tour, the full decade after they split up.
In 2009, Owen wed celebrity Emma Ferguson. A year later, reports surfaced of Owen’s infidelity throughout the couple’s courtship. The pop star attributed his transgressions on alcohol abuse. The couple live in London with their son and two daughters.