Simon O’Brien Biography
Simon O’Brien is an English television actor, radio presenter and property developer. He is known for Damon and Debbie (1987), Brookside (1982) and Fraggle Songs (1983).
Here is all you need to know about Actor Simon O’Brien Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Height, Wife, Parents, Net Worth, Coronation Street, Instagram and Twitter.
Simon O’Brien Age, Birthday
Simon is 56 years old. Born on 19 June 1965 in Garston, Liverpool, Merseyside he celebrates his birthday on 19 June each year. His zodiac sign is Geminis.
Simon O’Brien Wife
O’Brien is happily married to his wife Elizabeth O’Brien. The couple has one child together.
Simon O’Brien daughter
O’Brien and his Wife have one daughter together known as Rosa.
Simon O’Brien Parents, Siblings
Simon was born and raised in the United Kingdom. He was raised in a friendly neighbourhood in the United Kingdom and had a normal childhood growing up. His father and mother worked hard to provide for the family. However, he has shared little about his family, parents and Siblings.
Simon O’Brien Height, Weight
He stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Simon O’Brie Eye Injury
After an accident, Simon received an eye injury that necessitated surgery. He has kept quiet about the incident and wears an eye patch to protect his eyes from future damage. He has two pairs of eyes, one green and the other blue. His vision is normal; he was in an accident and had to wear a patch to protect his eye. His eyes may appear to be different colors due to the color discrepancy.
Simon O’Brien Coronation Street
Simon has returned to his acting roots with a role on Coronation Street. He is now seen as the host of Channel 4’s The Great House Giveaway. He portrays Frank Bardsley, a brand-new character who appears to be Sean Tully’s love interest (Antony Cotton).
Frank meets Sean in the Rovers, where they flirt, but his appearance in Weatherfield worries George Shuttleworth, the snoring undertaker with whom he attended to school.
Simon will be remembered by a generation of soap fans as Damon Grant in Brookside, a character he played for five years from 1982 opposite Ricky Tomlinson and Sue Johnston of the Royle Family.
Simon has appeared in Grange Hill, Casualty, Liverpool 1 and has hosted a number of TV shows, including the current Channel 4 property show The Great House Giveaway, Lost and Found, and the 1980s shows Move It and Standing Room Only, as well as the travel show Rough Guide to the World with Magenta Devine.