Glyn Owen

Last updated 09 January 2020

Glyn Griffith Owen

Born: Tuesday 6th March 1928
Died: Friday 10th September 2004 (age: 76)

Glyn Owen  was a British stage, television and film actor.

He was best known to British TV viewers for two roles: that of Dr Patrick O'Meara in the long-running ITV hospital drama Emergency - Ward 10, and that of Jack Rolfe, the headstrong director of the Mermaid Boatyard in the mid-1980s BBC series Howards' Way.

His other television roles included Coronation Street, The Brothers, Doomwatch, The Adventures of William Tell, The Rat Catchers, All Creatures Great and Small, "Take The High Road", The Capone Investment, Ennal's Point, Oil Strike North, Survivors, and Blake's 7