Olwen Fouere is an actress, writer, and director of Irish and Breton origin who works in film, theatre, and the visual arts. However, she gained the limelight after portraying the character in the 2018 fantasy film, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, directed by David Yates.
Recently in 2020, she was the cast member of the fantasy drama streaming Netflix TV show, Cursed, playing the role of Yeva alongside Katherine Langford, Devon Terrell and Gustaf Skarsgard. More to that, she has played various plays in the theatre like Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, Old Times, The Master Builder, Endgame, more.
Asides from her acting work, Olwen is a single lady. However, she was previously married to her ex-husband David Heap are a happily married couple. Today we are going to talk about their married life. So stick with us.
Failed Married Life With Husband, David Heap
The 63 years old Olwen Fouere, the FTA-nominated actress is now reportedly single. Neverthless, she's living a low key lifestyle while keeping her private things private.
However, the star who has worked with the Gate Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and others is a divorced woman. She was previously married to her now estranged husband, David Heap. He is an actor who is known for The Professor and the Madman, and Byzantium.
The former spouses united as husband and wife in the intimate ceremony. Neverthless, she fell in love with another guy while she was working with him. She once stated in the episode of the Róisín Meets . . . podcast in 2016, saying that she never believed that you could love two people. She was always very absolutist.
While this first sparked "great drama," and after a few time has passed, it has changed. However, after more than 30 years of marriage, they divorced. She now claims to be so busy that she seldom sees either of them.
Who is Olwen Fouere? Her Career
Olwen Fouere is an Irish actress who was born on January 01, 1953, on the West coast of Ireland. Her father name is Yann Fouéré and her mother name is Marie-Magdeleine Mauger, a homemaker.
Born to Breton French parents, she holds Irish citizenship and belongs to the white ethnicity. Following her school graduation, she later attended the National Theatre of Ireland based in Dublin.
Her most acclaimed films work are The Survivalist, Mandy, Beast, This Must be the Place, Violet Gibson, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Northman, and others. On the other hand, her television works include Above Suspicion, The Ambassador, Ballykissangel, The Irish R.M., Cursed and more.
She further worked at Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Royal National Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC etc.