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Sid Owen refuses to let Loose Women viewers see his face

Sid Owen at the European premiere of Eddie The Eagle at Odeon Leicester Square on March 17, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)
Sid Owen at the European premiere of Eddie The Eagle at Odeon Leicester Square on March 17, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)

EastEnders star Sid Owen admitted he didn’t want to show his face during an appearance on Loose Women due to the injuries he picked up after being hit in the face by a golf ball.

The 48-year-old suffered horrific injuries during a Thailand getaway earlier this year which left him needing surgery to rebuild his jaw.

Read more: EastEnders star Sid Owen’s face shattered after golfing injury on holiday

During a video interview on the lunch time panel show, Owen, appearing with screen wife Patsy Palmer, opted to show a photo of himself on his monitor rather than appear on camera himself.

Asked by the panel why this was, the Ricky Butcher actor admitted it was because his confidence was low

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‘Killing Eve’ Licensing Plan Hatched At IMG In Deal With AMC Networks, Sid Gentle Films

AMC Networks and Sid Gentle Films have made IMG the exclusive worldwide licensing representative for Killing Eve as the BBC America breakout looks to extend its brand across fashion, beauty, travel and other categories.

It will be the first consumer product and licensing foray for the spy thriller, with potential deals for fashion products, apparel, accessories and beauty as well as travel and games, both areas suited to the show. AMC Networks controls merchandise and licensing rights for Killing Eve, while Sid Gentle Films has them for the rest of world. 

Produced by Sid Gentle and distributed by IMG corporate sibling Endeavor Content, Killing Eve follows Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer. Since premiering on BBC America in 2018, it has gone on to win awards and airs in more than 140 countries.

“In Killing Eve, the sharpness of the dialogue, and the quality of the performances has always been matched

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