Quick Facts of

  • Net WorthJudith Owen
  • Marital StatusMarried
  • BirthplaceLondon, England
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionSinger
  • NationalityBritish
  • Active Year1996–present
  • SpouseHarry Shearer (m. 1993)
  • Online PresenceInstagram

Judith Owen is a Welsh singer-songwriter. In 1996, Owen released her debut North American album, Emotions on a Postcard and has been followed by several additional albums. Also, she is a co-founder of Twanky Records with her spouse, Harry Shearer.

Furthermore, Owen released her latest album Rediscovered in 2018 from her own recording company Twanky Records. Scroll down to know in details about Owen’s personal as well as professional life.

Who Is Judith Owen? Her Bio & Wiki

A native of London, England, Judith Owen was born in 1969. She holds British nationality and belongs to white ethnic background. However, the identity of her parents is still concealed. As per the source, her father was an opera singer.

Born as the daughter of an opera singer, Owen began writing songs as a teenager.

Judith Owen Career

Owen contributed vocals and keyboards to Harry Shearer‘s 1994 album, It Must Have Been Something I Said. Two years later, in 1996 she debuted her solo album, Emotions on a Postcard, which was released on her own Dog on the Bed label.

Likewise, Owen released her second solo album, Limited Edition, in 2000. Furthermore, her songs “Get into It” and “Creatures of Habit” from the album were featured in the movie Olive Juice. Her third album, Twelve Arrows boasted guest appearances by Thompson and Fordham, and it highlighted Owen’s cover of Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun”, which led her an opening slot on a k.d. lang tour.

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Review of my Portugal shows in @glammagazine.pt ⠀ "JUDITH OWEN CONQUERED THE PUBLIC IN HER DEBUT LIVE IN PORTUGAL …APRIL 8, 2019⠀ The singer, pianist and composer Judith Owenwon the Portuguese public last weekend, in what was her debut in our country. After a week of interviews, a showcase, Judith Owen sold out the largest room in the Silver Arm Factory, the Michel Foucault Room, on April 5; and the legendary Cascais Jazz Club on April 6.⠀ ⠀ It was before a completely rendered audience that Judith Owen presented the album " redisCOVERed ", a compilation of versions of well-known themes, from @Soundgarden's " Black Hole Sun ", " Cherokee Louise " by @JoniMitchell, " Hotline Bling" by @Drake, " Can 't Stop the Feeling' by Justin Timberlake, among others.⠀ ⠀ Judith Owen proved to be above all an "entertainer," with an irresistible charisma, and a sense of humor that instantly won over audiences. The singer from Wales worked with the Portuguese percussionist @pedrosegundoofficial , who has been accompanying the artist in recent years.⠀ Of note is the duet with the Portuguese musician @andre.viamonte , on the theme " Blackbird " by The Beatles. André Viamonte is a young singer, songwriter and music therapist who surprised the audience with his magnificent voice or as Judith Owen labeled it "the voice of an angel".⠀ ⠀ Judith Owen was dazzled by the Portuguese public and promised to return.⠀ ⠀ Photographer – Rita Carmo⠀ @ritacarmo_musicphotography *⠀ *⠀ *⠀ *⠀ *⠀ #musicreviews #visitlisbon #lisbonportugal #lisbon🇵🇹 #lovelisbon #lisbonmusic #singersongwriterlife #newmusicsoon #comingsoon #newrelease #crossoverartist #crossovermusic #londonmusic #NewOrleansMusic #LAMusic #musiciansmusician #LelandSklar #PedroSegundo #RedisCOVERed #reimagined #dereksmalls #livemusicphoto #livemusicphotos #livemusicpictures #livemusician #livemusicpics #livemusicshots #jazzpianist #pianistsofinstagram #femalepianist

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In 2004, she released a holiday EP, Christmas. Not only this, but she also placed her song “Dreaming” in the film P.S., then used it on her 4th album, Lost and Found, released on her newly formed Courgette Records label in 2005.

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Moreover, her next album The Beautiful Damage Collection was issued in 2010, while a new studio album, Ebb & Flow, came four years later in 2014. After that, she released two new albums Somebody’s Child and Rediscovered in 2016 and 2018 respectively.

Is Judith Owen Married? Who Is Her Husband?

Yes, Judith Owen is a married woman. She exchanged the wedding vows with Harry Shearer, in 1993, in an intimated wedding ceremony. Her husband, Harry Shearer, is an American actor, voice actor, comedian, writer, musician, radio host, director, and producer.

LA Power couple Owen and Harry launched their own record label called Courgette Records in 2005.

Judith Owen and her husband, Harry Shearer
Judith Owen and her husband, Harry Shearer

Though the couple’s life appeared to be all laughs and love, it’s not as same what we see on the outside. In an interview with the latest episode of Spectrum News 1’s primetime series, LA Stories, Judith revealed that for years, she outrageously hid a dark secret from her hubby. Owen spoke up about that secret and shared with Giselle a struggle that thousands of Angelenos can relate to debilitating depression.

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Also, Owen explained how her husband supported her music, has helped her ease, and in turn, inspired her to reach out to help others. The couple is living a blissful life. So, far they do not have children from their marriage. a

What’s Judith Owen Net Worth?

Owen has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2019. She mostly earned the money through her music career. Her husband, Harry Shearer, on the other hand, has an estimated net worth of $85 million and earns $300,000 per episode of the TV series he works in.

The duo owns million dollar mansions in Santa Monica, California, the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana, and Notting Hill, London. No doubt, Owen is living a lavish lifestyle with her husband.