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Sally Anne Bowman (Mark Philip Dixie) was born on 24 September, 1970 in Streatham, London, UK, is a Chef. Discover Sally Anne Bowman's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?

Popular As Mark Philip Dixie
Occupation Chef
Age 52 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 24 September 1970
Birthday 24 September
Birthplace Streatham, London, UK
Nationality UK

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Sally Anne Bowman Net Worth

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She described her experience there. "I was so nervous all week particularly when all the models were lined up and the designers chose who they wanted to model their clothes—luckily I was picked by loads of designers which gave me more confidence," Bowman said, describing her experience.

Following Dixie's murder conviction, Detective Superintendent Stuart Cundy, who had led the Bowman investigation, said: "It is my opinion that a national DNA register—with all its appropriate safeguards—could have identified Bowman's murderer within 24 hours. Instead it took nearly nine months before Mark Dixie was identified, and almost two-and-a-half years for justice to be done."


After more than eighteen months on remand, Dixie went on trial at the Old Bailey on 4 February 2008, charged with the Murder of Sally Anne Bowman. He admitted to having sex with her after finding her on the ground outside her home, but denied murdering her; and claimed that he did not realise she was dead or dying when he first found her.

Dixie was found guilty of Bowman's murder by a unanimous verdict on 22 February 2008 after three hours of jury deliberation. He was sentenced to life imprisonment with a recommended minimum of 34 years, meaning that he is unlikely to be considered for parole until at least 2040, where he will be seventy years of age. This is among the longest minimum terms ever imposed upon a single murderer in the UK. It was then revealed that Dixie was already a convicted serial sex offender.

A documentary about the murder was broadcast on BBC One on 8 April 2008. Another TV documentary, as part of ITV's Real Crime series documented Bowman's killing, with interviews, the history of the case and reconstructions included, aired on 29 June 2009.

On 11 September 2008, a memorial was held to mark what would have been Bowman's 21st birthday. Balloons were released in Central Croydon outside Primark in North End. In August 2017 Bowman's family revealed that her ashes had been exhumed four years previously as her grave had been repeatedly targeted by vandals.


On 28 June 2006, 35-year-old Croydon man Mark Dixie was arrested on suspicion of murdering Bowman. He was charged with Bowman's murder and remanded in custody to await trial. This development came after police discovered a DNA link with the murder, having taken a DNA swab from Dixie when they arrested him two weeks earlier for allegedly being involved in a brawl at the pub where he was working as a chef.

Dixie later started working as a chef at Ye Olde Six Bells pub in Horley, Surrey. He was arrested on 10 June 2006 in nearby Crawley, West Sussex, after being involved in a fight while watching an England vs Trinidad and Tobago World Cup football match. His DNA was taken and matched with that of Bowman's killer.

In October 2006, Dixie's DNA was sent to Western Australia to be tested against that of the DNA evidence in the Claremont serial killer case between 1996-1997, as it is believed he was in the area at the time of the killings, and may have committed them. At his trial for the murder of Bowman, an unnamed Thai woman gave evidence that Dixie had stabbed and raped her in Australia in June 1998 in Subiaco, Western Australia whilst Dixie was burgling her house; Dixie has yet to be formally charged with this attack, though a DNA sample from the woman's underwear has been matched to him.


At 22:00 on 24 September 2005, Bowman, her older sister Nicole, and a group of friends went to Lloyd's Bar in Croydon, where they stayed until 01:00. After leaving the bar, Bowman waited outside for fifteen minutes before being taken to a friend's house by taxi.


Dixie's DNA matches that left at a sexual assault in 2001, where it is believed he masturbated in front of a woman in a telephone box.


Sally Anne Bowman (11 September 1987 – 25 September 2005) was an English singer, hairdresser and model who was murdered in the early hours of 25 September 2005 in Croydon, Greater London. Bowman, aged eighteen years at the time of her death, had been robbed, raped and repeatedly stabbed. Mark Dixie, who had a history of robbery and sexual offences, was convicted of the murder and sentenced to life imprisonment with a recommended minimum of 34 years.

Bowman, born on 11 September 1987 in Carshalton, Greater London to Linda and Paul Bowman (who later divorced), attended the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology in Croydon. She had dreams of one day appearing on the cover of Vogue and had been compared to supermodel Kate Moss. Bowman worked part-time as a hairdresser and model. In January 2005, Bowman joined Pulse Model Management, a local modelling agency. She became the face of Swatch watches, and took part in the Swatch Alternative Fashion Week in April 2005.


Dixie's criminal record begins in 1986. Between 1986-1990, he was found guilty of robbery, burglary, assaulting a police officer, indecent assault, indecent exposure and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. He lived in Australia from January 1993 until he was deported back to the UK in April 1999 after being fined for indecent exposure. He lived in London until moving to Spain in 2002. He returned to England on a permanent basis in 2003.


Mark Philip Dixie (born 24 September 1970) was born in Streatham. When he was eighteen months old, his parents separated. When he was eight years old, his mother remarried; she had two sons by her new husband. Mark Philip Dixie adopted his stepfather's surname, McDonald.