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File: Mark Owen
After Take That split, Mark became the first of the band's ex-members to release a solo record.
He reached number three in the UK Singles Chart with his debut single, "Child". His second single, "Clementine", also went to number three. In 1997 his album Green Man was released, charting at a number 33. After another single, "I Am What I Am", charted at number 29, Mark was dropped by BMG Records in late 1997.
Mark won the second series of Celebrity Big Brother in November 2002 with 77% of the public vote against television presenter Les Dennis. After being invited to perform on stage with Robbie Williams at Knebworth, he returned to the spotlight and signed a deal with Island/Universal Records. In August 2003, Mark returned to the charts with the Top 5 hit, "Four Minute Warning", which remained in the Top 40 for eight weeks. His second album, In Your Own Time, was released in November 2003, entering the charts at number 59. After a second single, "Alone Without You", charted at number 26, Mark was dropped by Island/Universal Records.
In April 2004 he established his own record company, Sedna Records. He released his third solo album, How the Mighty Fall in 2005, which was recorded at Sunset Studios, Los Angeles in 2004. In February 2006 he released "Hail Mary" as a single from the album.
Although Mark had enjoyed every second of the success since Take That's reunion, he is planning on resuming his own career. Mark is planning on releasing solo material and being back on stage with his own band.