Nicholas Andrew Cowell (born 7 March 1961) is a British estate agent, co-founder and director of Estate Office Property Consultants, and head of the Cowell Group. He is the brother of Simon Cowell and author Tony Cowell and has appeared on the UK television series The Block as a judge.
Life and career
Cowell was born to Eric Selig Philip Cowell, a record company executive at EMI, and dancer Josie "Julie" Dalglish in 1961. The brothers grew up in Elstree in Hertfordshire, next door to Joan Collins.
In the late 1970s he began work as an estate agency office junior at Garrard Smith & Partners and subsequently bought the company in 1983 with his business partner Adrian Levy. It was later renamed Estate Office Property Consultants and includes brands like Abbey Road Estates. In 2005 he launched a £400m property fund in cooperation with property syndicator aAIM attracting investors like Elton John and Rod Stewart.
Cowell lives in London with his wife and two children.
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