Siôn Tudor Owen

7 Feb 2022

Siôn is thrilled to be back at Ipswich where he worked with Peter before on Chorus of Disapproval.

Theatre credits includes: 5 seasons at the RSC in 18 productions, Mozart in Amadeus (first National Tour), recently Henry VIII in The Court Must Have A Queen (Hampton Court Palace), Mr Evans in Carrie’s War (Saddler’s Wells/Apollo Shaftesbury Ave and National Tour), Krupke in West Side Story (ATG), White Christmas (West End/Curve Leicester/West Yorkshire Playhouse), We’re Still Here (The National Theatre Of Wales/Common Wealth), Mr Boo in The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice (Stephen Joseph Theatre Company), Montfluerie in Trevor Nunn’s Cyrano de Bergerac (Chichester Festival Theatre), Baloun in Schwyk at Manchester Library Theatre *MEN Best Actor Nomination*, Encounters With The Tudors (Hampton Court Palace), Jack and The Beanstalk (Chris Jordan Productions), Absurd Person Singular (Curve Theatre Leicster), Resistable Rise of Arturo UI (Liverpool Playhouse and Nottingham Playhouse), A Chorus of Disapproval (Wolsey Ipswich/Watford Palace), and Accidental Death Of An Anarchist (Theatr Clwyd).

TV credits include:

Grange Hill (BBC/Mersey Television), A Touch Of Frost (Yorkshire Television), The Bill (Talkback Thames), Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Midsomer Murders, Babes In The Wood (ITV), Eastenders, ‘Allo ‘Allo, Casualty (BBC), Humans (Channel 4), and Outlander (Amazon).

Film credits include:

Highlander (20th Century Studios), Twin Town (Agenda/Aimimage Prods/Figment Films), Aberdeen (Filmfabriken/Freeway Films/Norsk Film), One Chance (The Weinstein Company) Girl From The Song (Netflix), Staggered (A Big Deal Prods), Experience Preferred But Not Essential (Channel Four Film/Enigma/Goldcrest), Submarine (Film Four), La Cha Cha (Channel 4), Bolan’s Shoes (Buffalo Dragon), and Mortimer’s Law (Chatsworth TV).

Proudly during the pandemic Siôn has set up his own production company Uhuru Fach films, and his first film Home has won 12 awards, along with 20 nominations including 4 best actor awards.

Siôn trained at Guildhall.