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How did Chris LeDoux die? A Tribute to the Legend Who Lived His Songs

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Who was Chris LeDoux?

The late American country music singer-songwriter, rodeo champion and bronze sculptor Chris LeDoux, was born in Biloxi, Mississippi USA, on 2 October 1948, meaning that Libra was his zodiac sign. He released 36 albums which sold over six million copies in the US by the year 2007, with some of these were certified gold and platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Chris was diagnosed with primary sclerosing cholangitis in August 2000, and required a liver transplant; American country singer-songwriter Troyal Garth Brooks wanted to donate part of his liver, but the doctors found that the two men’s livers were incompatible. An alternative donor was found, and the transplantation surgery was performed on 7 October 2000. Chris was diagnosed with cancer in November 2004, and died from it aged 56 on 9 March 2005.

Education and early life

Chris was raised in Biloxi alongside his brother Mike LeDoux, by their father Alfred H. LeDoux and mother Bonnie. Alfred was of French descent and served in the US Air Force, and was stationed at Keesler Air Force Base when Chris was born; Bonnie was a housewife.

The family often moved while Chris was growing up, because of his father’s job, and it was when visiting his grandparents in Wyoming that Chris learned to ride horses; he was only 13 when he competed in his first rodeo, and not long after that began winning competitions.

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He was mostly into playing football and competing in rodeo events during his high school years; after the family moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming Chris enrolled at Cheyenne Central High School, and during his time there won the Wyoming State Rodeo Championship twice, and was thus offered a scholarship to Casper College.

Chris matriculated in 1967 and enrolled at Eastern New Mexico University, thus not accepting the Casper College scholarship; during his first year there, he became the Intercollegiate National bareback riding champion.

Chris graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1970.

Professional rodeo cowboy

Chris became a professional rodeo cowboy in 1970, and began writing songs and composing music only to pay for his expenses; it took him two years to write all the songs necessary for the release of an album, and he then teamed up with his father to launch his own recording company, American Cowboy Songs. He recorded the songs in his friend’s basement, and sold them from his pickup truck at rodeo events.

He became the National Finals Rodeo World Bareback Riding Champion in 1976, and continued competing until his retirement in 1980.

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Career as a singer-songwriter

Thanks to his career as a professional rodeo cowboy, Chris easily found an audience for his music. He began performing at concerts, and these often featured a mechanical bull; he self-released 22 albums by the end of the ‘80s, selling over two million copies.

He was occasionally offered to sign a recording contract, but refused as he wanted to maintain his independence; Chris became popular all around the US when above mentioned country singer-songwriter Garth Brooks mentioned him in his 1989 debut single “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)”.

Chris then changed his mind and signed a contract with Capitol Records, and in 1991 released his debut major label album “Western Underground”; his second album “Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy” was more popular, released on 20 July of the following year, and certified gold by RIAA. The album’s self-titled lead single was nominated for a 1992 Grammy for Best Country Vocal Collaboration (shared with Garth). The remainder of the ‘90s saw Chris release six more albums, with the most popular amongst these “One Road Man” featured on the Country Top 40 Chart in 1998.

The year 2000 saw him release another popular album “Cowboy”, while he then focused on re-recording his previous songs; his album “20 Greatest Hits” was certified platinum by RIAA on 5 October 2005.

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Love life and marriage

Chris didn’t usually speak about his love life in public, as he preferred to keep his wife and their five children away from media. His wife was American non-celebrity  Peggy Rhoads, a daughter of a Wyoming rancher; they met in the same year when Chris became a professional rodeo cowboy, and married on 4 January 1972. Peggy gave birth to their children Beau, Cindy, Will, Ned and Clay, but they always preferred to keep them away from the media’s attention, thus not many details about them have been disclosed, however, it’s known that Ned LeDoux was born on 4 August 1977, as he’s followed in his father’s footsteps and has become a country music singer-songwriter.

Chris didn’t talk about other women whom he had maybe been with, he was married to Peggy Rhoads at the time of his death, and they had five children together.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Chris was posthumously inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 2005, into both the ‘contributions to the sport through music’ and ‘bareback riding’ categories, becoming the first person to be inducted into two categories.

Garth Brooks accepted the Academy of Country Music Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award on Chris’ behalf in 2005; he also returned from retirement to release the song “Good Ride Cowboy” as a tribute to Chris.

Chris was passionate about sculpting and mostly created sculptures for his friends; following his death, his friends made an art exhibit at which Chris’ work was shown.

A bronze statue of Chris was revealed at Cheyenne Frontier Days in 2021; it was created by Buffalo sculptor D. Michael Thomas.

Chris was a huge fan of American actor and moviemaker Clint Eastwood, and some of his favorite movies were “Joe Kidd”, “The Dead Pool”, and “Kelly’s Heroes”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Chris would’ve been 74 today. He had brown eyes and hair, was 6ft 2ins (1.88m) tall and weighed around 180lbs (81kgs).

At the time of his passing, Chris’ net worth was estimated at over $5 million.

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About Alan Ritchson from Aquaman: Height, Weight, Net Worth

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Who is Alan Ritchson?

American actor, singer-songwriter and model Alan Michael Ritchson, was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota USA, on 28 November 1982, making Sagittarius his zodiac sign. He’s had roles in close to 50 TV series and movies, but is probably known best for playing Raphael in the 2014 action adventure comedy movie “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, which Jonathan Liebesman directed, and which starred William Fichtner, Will Arnett and Megan Fox. It follows four mutated turtle warriors as they’re defending New York City from a kingpin, and the movie won one of its 12 award nominations.

Education and early life

Alan and his two brothers were raised in Grand Forks by their father David Ritchson who’s a retired US Air Force Chief Master Sergeant, and mother Vickie Ritchson who was a high school teacher.

Alan and his family moved to Rantoul, Illinois before he turned eight, and then to Niceville, Florida when he was 10. He was interested in both music and acting while attending Niceville High School, from which he matriculated in 2001; Alan was then offered a full music scholarship, but instead chose to enroll at Okaloosa Walton Community College (today Northwest Florida State College), graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2004.

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Roles in TV series

Alan’s debut TV series role was voicing Chris in the 2006 episode “Save the Crane” of the animated family adventure “Wonder Pets!”, and his following role came in 2009, when cast to play a supporting character in the episode “Tying the… Not” of the comedy “Head Case”.

He gained recognition in 2010, when cast to star as Thad Castle in the hit sports comedy “Blue Mountain State”, created by Eric Falconer, and which also starred Darin Brooks and Chris Romano; it follows the lives of three aspiring football players who’ve just enrolled at college. Alan could then have been seen appearing in an episode of the comedy “Fred: The Show”, the crime action “Hawaii Five-0”, and the comedy “Don’t Talk in the Kitchen Presents”.

In 2017, Alan portrayed the lead character Arthur Bailey in all the 13 episodes of the action adventure comedy “Blood Drive”, created by James Roland, and which also starred Christina Ochoa and Thomas Dominique. Set in an alternate dystopian Earth in 1999, the series follows a former police officer who’s to take part in a death race, in which cars use human blood as fuel; the series was nominated for only a single award. Alan was then cast to make guest appearances in an episode of the crime comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”, the action adventure “Supergirl”, and the action adventure “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”.

From 2018 through 2021, he portrayed Hank Hall in the critically acclaimed crime action adventure “Titans”, which Akiva Goldsman and Greg Berlanti created, and which today stars Brenton Thwaites, Anna Dop and Ryan Potter. It follows the lives of several young superheroes, the series has been airing since 2018, and has won four of its 17 award nominations.

Since 2022, Alan’s been starring as Jack Reacher in the crime action “Reacher”, which has been nominated for four awards.

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Roles in movies

Alan’s debut film role was playing Army Officer in the 2006 drama “Though None Go with Me”, while some of his following appearances were in the 2006 horror thriller “The Butcher”, the 2007 drama “Steam”, and the 2008 animated action adventure “Justice League: The New Frontier”, in which he voiced Aquaman.

The year 2009 saw Alan play Bruce in the popular sports comedy “Fired Up!”, which Will Gluck wrote and directed, and which starred Sarah Roemer, Nicholas D’Agosto and Eric Christian Olsen. It follows the lives of two teenagers who’ve chosen to attend a cheerleader camp instead of football camp – the film won only a single award.

Alan’s following notable performance was playing Gloss in the critically acclaimed 2013 action science fiction adventure “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”, which Francis Lawrence directed, and which starred Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence. It follows Peeta Mellark and Katniss Everdeen who’ve just won the 74th Hunger Games, and have thus become targets of the Capitol; the movie won 22 of its 90 award nominations. A couple of Alan’s following roles were in the 2014 short comedy “Alpha Chow”, and in 2015 the comedy “The Wedding Ringer” and the action science fiction comedy “Lazer Team”.

The year 2019 saw him play the lead character Shayne in the romantic fantasy “Above the Shadows”, written and directed by Claudia Myers, and which also starred Olivia Thirlby and Jim Gaffigan. The movie follows a young woman who’s begun fading, and can now be seen by only a single man; the movie won six of its eight award nominations.

Alan’s since appeared in three more movies: the 2019 comedy “The Turkey Bowl”, the 2020 fantasy horror thriller “Ghosts of War”, and the 2021 action thriller comedy “Dark Web: Cicada 3301”.

Other credits

Alan produced and directed both the 2017 short family adventure movie “Tree House Time Machine”, and the 2021 action thriller comedy movie “Dark Web: Cicada 3301”; he’s also the producer and director of the upcoming horror film “Bad Seeds of Loving Spring”.

Some of his recent talk-show appearances have been in “The Talk”, “Celebrity Page” and “All About”.

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Awards and nominations

Alan won a 2015 Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Award for Best Ensemble Cast, for his and his colleagues’ performance in “The Grenade”, a 2017 Best Shorts Competition Award of Merit, for “Tree House Time Machine” and a 2019 Pitch to Screen Film Award for Best Actor, for “Above the Shadows”.

Love life and marriage

Alan avoids sharing the details of his love life with the public, but it’s widely known that he and American screenwriter and producer Catherine Ritchson have been married since May 2006.

Catherine helped Alan produce the 2017 movie “Tree House Time Machine”, and has received special thanks for the 2006 episode “Save the Crane” of the animated family adventure series “Wonder Pets!” and three episodes of the 2019 comedy series “Spellagram”. She and Alan have three children together, but they’re keeping them away from the media’s attention, thus their names and birthdates haven’t been disclosed.

Alan’s yet to speak about other women whom he’s perhaps dated, he’s married to Catherine Ritchson as of April 2023, and they have three children together.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

In 2022, Alan revealed that he’d been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

He’s a devout Catholic, and goes to church nearly every week.

Alan’s passionate about music, and released his debut (and so far only) album “This Is Next Time” in 2005; he once audition for the music show “American Idol”, but was rejected.

He was featured in a Russian commercial for Orbit gum.

Alan auditioned for the role of Thor in the Marvel Universe, which eventually went to Chris Hemsworth.

He tried alcohol for the first time at his 21st birthday, having a glass of wine with his parents.

Both of Alan’s parents served in the US Army, which is why he’s today a supporter of the charity organization Heart and Armor Foundation for Veterans’ Health.

Alan’s favorite actor is the late Heath Ledger, while some of his favorite movies include “A Knight’s Tale”, “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus” and “The Dark Knight”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Alan’s age is 40. He has brown eyes and hair, is 6ft 3ins (1.91m) tall and weighs around 210lbs (95kgs).

Alan’s net worth’s been estimated at over $6 million, as of April 2023.

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Sophia Anne Caruso: The Young Star Who Worked with David Bowie

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Who is Sophia Anne Caruso?

American actress and singer Sophia Anne Caruso was born in Spokane, Washington State USA, on 11 July 2001, making Cancer her zodiac sign. She’s appeared in 13 TV series and movies, and is probably best known for playing Sophie, one of the lead characters in the 2022 action comedy movie “The School for Good and Evil”, written and directed by Paul Feig, and which also starred Kit Young and Cate Blanchett. It follows best friends Agatha and Sophie who’ve been sent to a school of magic, and the movie won a 2023 ReFrame Stamp for Feature.

Sophia’s also known for having portrayed Girl in David Bowie’s musical “Lazarus”, which premiered at the New York Theatre Workshop in 2016; she’s a huge fan of the British singer-songwriter, and has stated that it was a privilege to meet him, and work alongside him on the musical.

Early life and education

Sophia was raised in Spokane alongside her two older siblings, by their mother Deena Caruso who’s the owner of several jewelry and clothing stores, and father Steve Caruso who’s a former professional golfer.

Sophia became interested in acting at a very early age, and was seven when she joined the Spokane Children’s Theatre; she was also seven when she made her debut film appearance, playing Member of Sam’s School Band in the hit 2008 action mystery thriller “Eagle Eye”. D. J. Caruso directed the movie, which starred Rosario Dawson, Michelle Monaghan and Shia LaBeouf, and follows a man and a woman who’ve both received a call from a mysterious woman, who’s now threatening to kill their loved ones if they don’t do what she asks; the movie won three of its 11 award nominations.

Sophia eventually moved to Los Angeles, California to work on her career; because she hasn’t spoken of her education, it’s believed that she was home-schooled.

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Roles in movies

Sophia played Girl on Street in the 2011 action science fiction adventure “I Am Number Four”, which D. J. Caruso directed, and which starred Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant and Dianna Agron. It follows an alien who’s hiding on Earth with his guardian, while a group of intergalactic bounty hunters are trying to kill him; the film won one of its two award nominations.

The year 2015 saw Sophia play Coke in the family drama “Jack of the Red Hearts”, directed by Janet Grillo, and which starred AnnaSophia Robb, Famke Janssen and Scott Cohen. It follows a teenage con artist who’s tricked a woman into hiring her to take care of her autistic daughter, and the film won two of its three award nominations.

Sophia’s also known for playing Lisa in the 2016 drama “37”, written and directed by Puk Grasten, and which starred Samira Wiley, Michael Potts and Maria Dizzia. It tells the story of when Kitty Genovese was killed in 1964, while close to 40 neighbors saw the murder and did nothing.

Sophia’s since appeared in only two movies: the 2017 drama “Crash & Burn”, and the above mentioned “The School for Good and Evil”.

Roles in TV series

Sophia made her debut TV series appearance in the 2013 episode “The Phenomenon” of the musical “Smash”, created by Theresa Rebeck, and which starred Debra Messing, Jack Davenport and Katharine McPhee. It follows a group of theatre actors as they’re preparing to star in a play about the late American actress, model and singer Marilyn Monroe, and the series won 10 of its 38 award nominations.

Also in 2013, Sophia played Young Jillian in the episode “Jillian Barberie/Dan Cortese/Bruce Boxleitner” of the documentary “Celebrity Ghost Stories”.

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In 2017, she portrayed Lily in the popular romantic comedy “Strangers”, created by Mia Lidofsky, and which starred Zoe Chao, X Mayo and Stephanie DiMaggio. It follows Isobel who’s struggling to pay rent, and has thus ‘turned her extra bedroom into cash’; the series was nominated for a Webby Award for Video – Best Individual Performance.

Sophia’s only other TV series role has been playing Emma in the 2019 episode “7 Swans a Singin’” of the crime horror “Evil”, which Robert King and Michelle King created, and which stars Aasif Mandvi, Mike Colter and Katja Herbers. It follows a blue collar contractor, a priest in-training and a clinical psychologist as they’re investigating supernatural events, the series has been airing since 2019 and has won one of its 42 award nominations.

Roles in theatre

In 2014, Sophia played Tina Denmark in the play “Ruthless!” performed at the Triad Theatre, and the following month saw her travel to Washington, D. C. to play Charlotte van Gotheem in the play “Little Dancer” at the Kennedy Center.

She played a supporting character in the 2015 production of “The Nether” at the MCC Theatre, and was for her performance nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play. Some of her following roles were in the Broadway play “Blackbird”, performed at the Belasco Theatre, the play “Runaways” at New York City Centre and the play “Beetlejuice” at the National Theatre.

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Other credits

Sophia sang the songs “Do-Re-Mi”, “Reprise” and “The Lonely Goatherd” in the 2013 TV special “The Sound of Music Live!”

Some of her recent talk-show appearances have been in “Broadway Profiles with Tamsen Fadal”, “The Kelly Clarkson Show” and “Hollywood First Look”.

Love life and relationships

Sophia’s amongst the most secretive of actresses, as she’s yet to mention any people whom she’s perhaps been with.

There are today a number of rumors circulating the internet concerning Sophia’s sexual orientation and current relationship status; some of her fans believe that she’s perhaps lesbian, and that this is why Sophia avoids speaking about her love life, but she’s yet to address this.

There’s also a fan who believes that he’s recently seen Sophia spending time with her boyfriend in public, but no evidence has been provided to support these claims either.

She seems to be unattached as of April 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Sophia’s quite popular on Instagram, as her account today numbers more than 250,000 followers, although she’s posted only 74 pictures and videos, with most of these featuring her during her everyday life.

She’s passionate about music, and can play both the guitar and the piano, while she’s also a talented singer.

Sophia likes to travel, and has been to a number of European countries and US states thanks to her acting career; her dream travel destination’s Athens, Greece.

She’s a huge fan of animated movies, with “How to Train Your Dragon” and “Megamind” being her two favorites. Sophia’s favorite actress is Anne Hathaway, and some of her favorite live-action films include “Song One”, “One Day” and “The Last Thing He Wanted”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Sophia’s age is 21. She has brown eyes and blonde hair, is 5ft 1in (1.56m) tall and weighs around 110lbs (49kgs).

Sophia’s net worth’s been estimated at over $400,000, as of April 2023.

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How Ian Watkins Betrayed His Fans, Bandmates and His Victims

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Who is Ian Watkins?

British singer-songwriter and convicted sex offender Ian David Karslake Watkins, was born in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales on 30 July 1977, meaning that Leo’s his zodiac sign. He was once the frontman of the rock ‘n’ roll band Lostprophets, prior to being sentenced to spend 29 years behind bars in 2013, for sexually assaulting a number of people, including babies and children; Lostprophets disbanded not long after this, and former members founded the rock ‘n’ roll band No Devotion.

Education and early life

Ian was raised in Merthyr Tydfil by his parents who want to be left out of media, thus not many details about them have been disclosed; Ian’s believed to be an only child, because he hasn’t spoken about having siblings.

He was less than 10 years old when the family moved to Pontypridd, Wales and he studied at Hawthorn High School, meeting his future bandmate Mike Lewis at the school. Ian was interested in several activities during his time there, including singing, playing the guitar and practicing soccer, and upon matriculating in 1995, he enrolled at the University of Wales, Newport from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1999.

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Ian’s career

Ian and Mike became best friends through music, as they were both huge fans of metal and rock ‘n’ roll; they formed the thrash metal band Aftermath in 1991, and not long after this met their future bandmate Lee Gaze, while spending time at Ynysangharad Park.

As Aftermath was unsuccessful, Ian and Mike formed Fleshbind in 1993, but they disbanded a year and a half later.

They formed Public Disturbance in 1995, then in 1997 Lostprophets; the original members of the band were Ian as the main vocalist, Lee Gaze on guitar, Mike Chiplin on drums and Mike Lewis on bass guitar. They quickly became popular, performing all around Wales, and then began touring the rest of the  UK; Lostprophets’ first three songs were “The Fake Sound of Progress”, “Para Todas las Putas Celosas” and “Here Comes the Party” – they signed a contact with the independent label Visible Noise in 1999.

The band’s first album “The Fake Sound of Progress” came out on 27 November 2000 and attracted quite a lot of attention, leading them to perform at both the Reading and Leeds Festivals, and at Glastonbury, while they also made guest appearances in talk-shows “Never Mind the Buzzcocks”, “CD:UK” and “Top of the Pops”. Their second album “Start Something” was released on 2 February 2004, and peaked at #4 on the UK Albums Chart.

Lostprophets’ third album “Liberation Transmission” was released on 26 June 2006, topping the UK Albums Chart, and their fourth album “The Betrayed” followed on 13 January 2010. The band’s fifth and final album “Weapons” came out on 2 April 2012 – they nearly disbanded around the same time because of Ian’s drug addiction. The band officially disbanded on 1 October 2013.

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Sexual offenses and imprisonment

Ian and his two female friends were charged with the possession of extreme animal pornography, indecent images of children and a conspiracy to engage in a sexual activity with a one-year old girl on 19 December 2012; Ian denied the charges on 3 June 2013.

The trial began on 25 November 2013, and Ian pleaded guilty to sexual assault and attempted rape of a child under the age of 13; he also pleaded guilty to possessing ‘an extreme pornographic image featuring a sex act on an animal’, six counts of possessing and making indecent images of children, and three counts of sexual assault on children.

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Ian was sentenced to spend 29 years behind bars, with the possibility of parole only after having served two thirds of his sentence; the two women, who are mothers of children whom Ian had sexually assaulted, were sentenced to 17 and 14 years in jail. One of the elderly officers working on the case described Ian as ‘potentially the most dangerous sex offender I’ve ever seen’.

He began serving his sentence at HM Prison Parc, and was eventually moved to HM Prison Wakefield, then transferred to HM Prison Long Lartin on 25 January 2014, and then to HM Prison Rye Hill, while he was returned to Wakefield in March 2018.

Ian’s sentence was extended for 10 months in 2018, after he was caught using a phone in prison.

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Love life and relationships

Ian slept with numerous women before his conviction, but only the names of few are known.

He was once in a relationship with Joanne Mjadzelics, who helped bring Ian to justice; she was also charged with the making and distribution of explicit images involving children, but was cleared of all charges.

Ian was once also in a relationship with Joanna Majic, who claims that she kept warning the police about Ian and his behavior for four years, but that they did nothing.

It’s believed that he has multiple girlfriends outside of jail, and that he was using his phone to speak to one of them when he was caught, but this hasn’t been confirmed.

Ian seems to be single as of April 2023, hasn’t married but is believed to have several children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Ian’s not to be confused with Ian H Watkins from the band Steps, who’s begun using the name ‘H from Steps’ on the internet because of Ian’s imprisonment.

He’s a fan of tattoos, and his left arm and neck are nearly entirely inked.

Ian was featured in the 2003 song “Out of Control” by Hoobastank.

He’s also a bit of an actor, having played Jonesy in the 2008 short movie “The Legend of Don Williams”.

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Ian wrote the song “Rooftops” for the 2008 video game “Guitar Hero: World Tour”.

His favorite actor is Tom Hardy, and some of his favorite movies are “This Means War”, “The Revenant” and “Bronson”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Ian’s age is 45. His hair and eyes are brown, he’s 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall and weighs around 145lbs (66kgs).

Ian’s net worth’s been estimated at over $200,000, as of April 2023.

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