Learn About Vicky McClure’s Husband-Jonny Owen

Vicky McClure is not yet married, however, she is engaged to Jonny Owen, a British producer, actor, and writer who has acted in TV shows such as Shameless, Murphy’s Law, and My Family.


She has been engaged to Jonny Owen, a Welsh director, for eight years. They have been engaged since 2017 and live in Nottingham.

Vicky McClure with her husband
Vicky McClure with her husband

Jonny was a Welsh Boys Club Boxing champion when he was a teenager, and his on-screen work in 2007 earned him a Welsh BAFTA for the documentary The Aberfan Disaster, which he co-produced with Judith Davies.


In addition to being a filmmaker, he is the host of the TalkSPORT Show – Jonny Owen and Friends, which airs every Sunday at 9 a.m.

Details About Vicky McClure Children

Vicky McClure doesn’t have any children of her own, but her boyfriend Jonny has a daughter from his former marriage, Katie Owen, who works as a DJ and credits her father for her success.


Vicky frequently shares images of herself with her nephew Kai, the son of her sister Jenny. 

Vicky McClure at an event
Vicky McClure at an event

On his birthday, she shared a photo with the caption, Happy Birthday Kai!!!’ she considers herself to be the luckiest Aunty on the planet. She is so proud of you, and She’ll always love you! Have a fantastic day! the caption reads.


She does have a family dog named Dre, who is a hybrid between a French bulldog and a Sharpei, and she posts a photo of her entire family. She’s previously spoken up about her grandmother’s tragic dementia.

Vicky McClure Net Worth 2022 Update

According to the good-to website, Vicky McClure’s net worth is £13.65 million. She made her cinematic debut as Ladine Brass in A Room for Romeo Brass in 1999.

McClure appeared in the London-based comedy film Filth and Wisdom, which was Madonna’s first feature film.


Following an 18-month stint in walk-on roles in soap operas and daytime television, McClure portrayed Lorraine Lol Jenkins in the This Is England film and mini-series from 2006 until 2015.

Meadows approached McClure for the part while she was in a pub with Andrew Shim, she said in an April 2007 interview with Time Out.