Known from movies
|Net value||$200 thousand dollars|
|Date of birth||September 25, 1980|
|Fact||Moved to California with his family when he was a young child.|
If you were a teen or young adult in the ’90s, you probably think you know everything about the hit comedy movie “American Pie” and the actors in it. However, do you know where The Sherminator is now and what his marital status is?
Early life and education
Chris Owen was born on September 25, 1980 in Michigan, USA. His parents are Rosie Taylor and Gary Owen, and he has a younger brother, Gareth Owen.
He grew up in California, USA, where his family moved when he was just a toddler.
He attended the local secondary school but later moved to Parkhead, Edinburgh in Scotland so that he could attend Stevenson College.
from Owen acting career started when he was only 10 years old, when he landed a role in the French-Canadian film “Le Peloton D’Execution” in 1991. In the early 1990s, he acted in several feature films, such as “It Runs in the Familie”, “Major Payne”, “Angus” and “Black Sheep.” He guest-starred in several TV series from this period, such as “Picket Fences”, “Boy Meets World” and “7th Heaven”.
In 1997, he played Steve in a family drama “The Ride”, and the following year played a small role of Klepto Kid in “Can Hardly Wait”. In 1999, he played Quentin in “October Sky”, a role that earned him a Young Star Award for Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama Film Nomination. That same year, he played Derek Funkhouser Rutley in a high school romantic comedy, “She’s All That”.
Owen’s breakthrough came in 1999, when he played self-proclaimed womanizer Chuck Sherman, aka The Sherminator, in the famous comedy film “American Pie.”
This led to Owen’s increased popularity and in 2000 he featured prominently in the comedy film “Ready to Rumble”. The following year, he appeared in two episodes of the TV series “Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an FBI Family”, as well as in a comedy film “Going Greek”. He reprized the role of Chuck Sherman in a sequel to ‘American Pie’ which aired in 2001 and in 2002 appeared in ‘Van Wilder: Party Liaison’ and in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Rave’, playing the role of Frankie. In 2003, he appeared in an episode of the TV series “Everwood” and had a guest role in the detective comedy TV series “Monk”.
That same year, he co-starred as Leonard Smallwood in a crime comedy “Gold Diggers”. In 2004, he appeared in the feature film “Hidalgo”, and also played Trent Barker in an episode of the TV series “Without a Trace”, then Huey in “Dear Wendy”, a crime drama written by Lars von Trier. In 2005, he reprized the role of Chuck Sherman in a short film spin-off of “American Pie”, “American Pie Presents: Band Camp”.
In the late 2000s, he appeared in several feature films, including “The Mist,” “Just Add Water,” “The Life of Lucky Cucumber,” and “Super Capers: The Origins of Ed and the Missing Bullion.”
In 2012, he returned again as Chuck Sherman in “American Reunion”, and the same year he played Officer Young in “Pretty Bad Actress”, then appeared as Chad in the short film “Undead: A Love Story”. He appeared in the 2015 comedy film “Bachelors” and the following year Matthew was in “All That Jam”. In 2016, he had guest roles in the hit TV series “Criminal Minds” and titled “Scarecrow”, before playing Mike Kastelein in the final season of the crime series “Hand of God”, and in 2018 he appeared in “The Last Sharknado: It’s about time.”
Owen has also appeared in several music videos. He was in the video for Something Corporate’s song “If You C Jordan”, as well as a video for Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike’s hit single “Mammoth”.
He married his longtime girlfriend, Michelle Beck, in 2007, but the couple divorced in 2012 – they have no children together. In 2013, Owen started dating a fellow actress, Dayna Cousins, who is known for her roles in movies like “Dark Feed” and “Shout It Out!” On July 22, 2018, the duo announced their engagement on Owen’s Instagram profile, via a photo showing her engagement ring.
In 2014, during an interview for “New York Daily News,” Owen admitted to working as a waiter at a sushi restaurant, stating that “life doesn’t always go the way you planned.” I like acting and this job allows me to stay in the fray.”
Owen has a Corgi dog named Barron who is a frequent guest on Owen’s Instagram profile.
He is often confused with the Australian filmmaker of the same name.
Owen is active on the social media platform Instagram, on which he posts pictures showing his private life.
Owen earns most of his money from his acting career. He usually plays supporting roles, and this one has him estimated net worth of approximately $500,000 as of early 2020.
Owen is 1.78 m tall and weighs about 68 kg. He has red hair and a goatee; he has bright blue eyes.
|First and last name||Chris Owen|
|Net value||$200 thousand dollars|
|Date of birth||September 25, 1980|
|Movies||American Pie, American Pie 2, American Reunion, American Pie Presents: Band Camp, October Sky, National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze, The Mist, National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze 2, National Lampoon’s Gold Diggers, Major Payne, National Lampoon’s Van Wilder, She’s All That, dear Wendy, can’t wait, a…|
|TV shows||Social Studies|
|1||Moved to California with his family when he was a young child.|
|2||Loves listening to music and playing the guitar.|
|3||Has a dog named Barron.|
|4||Has appeared in five films with actor Charlie Talbert, whom he met on Angus (1995).|
|5||The suit he wore in American Pie (1999) was also worn by Steve Buscemi in The Wedding Singer (1998)|
|Can hardly wait||1998||Klepto Kids|
|meego||1997||TV serials||Todd Johnson|
|Sister, sister||1997||TV serials||Neil Hawkins|
|Social Studies||1997||TV serials||Colin McGuirk|
|7th Heaven||1996-1997||TV serials||Sam|
|The Adventures of Pinocchio||1996||Video game||Candle wick|
|The faculty||1996||TV serials||Petey|
|Major Payne||1995||Cadet Wuliger|
|VR.5||1995||TV serials||tricky boy|
|It runs in the family||1994||Cut Farcus|
|Boy meets world||1993||TV serials||Dutch|
|Picket fences||1993||TV serials||Milton Lebeck|
|The platoon of execution||1991||TV movie||George Zebrowski|
|Spare time||after-production||Ross the cashier|
|Criminal ghosts||2016||TV serials||Kevin Decker|
|Ves etot dzhem||2016||Matthew|
|Undead: a love story||2012||Short||Chad|
|Love, Gloria||2011||Officer Young|
|The mentalist||2011||TV serials||Nick aka Megafan8|
|Super Capers: Ed’s origins and the missing precious metal||2009||Detonator boy|
|The life of happy cucumber||2009||Rodney Macado|
|Only add water||2008/i||Shall|
|Party legends, pledges and bullies||2007||Video short|
|Brothers Sisters||2006||TV serials||Taylor the clerk|
|Dormitory Daze 2||2006||Video||Booker McFee|
|American Pie presents: Band Camp||2005||Video||Sherman|
|Old Man Music||2005||Short||Teen #1|
|Without a trace||2004||TV serials||Trent Barker|
|Dormitory Daze||2003||Booker McFee|
|The National Lampoon prospectors||2003||Leonard Smallwood|
|A midsummer night rave||2002||Frankie|
|From Wilder||2002||Suicidal freshman|
|american pie 2||2001||Chuck Sherman|
|Cover Me: Based on the real life of an FBI family||2001||TV serials||Agent Mace / Investigator|
|Ready to Mess||2000||Isaac|
|Brutally normal||2000||TV serials||Corey|
|Good against evil||1999||TV serials||Trekkie|
|American pie||1999||Chuck Sherman|
|She’s it all||1999||Derek Funkhouser Rutley|
|The horse trader||2004||Short still life photographer|
|Band Camp Dirty Diary: American Pie Presents Band Camp DVD||2005||Video documentary short||Himself|
|Letters to dear Wendy||2005||TV Special documentary||Self / Huey|
|Spotlight on location: October Sky||1999||Video documentary short||Himself / Quentin|
|1999||YoungStar Award||YoungStar Awards||Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama Film||October Heaven (1999)|