- Madame Tussauds, Music
About the famous figure
- Bowie played music with several bands and at the age of 16 released his first solo album.
- In 1969, he signed a deal with Mercury Records and released the world famous song ‘Space Oddity’ followed by the album ‘ The Man Who Sold The World’.
- As Bowie became more famous, he created his rock alter-ego Ziggy Stardust, dressing him in epic and wild costumes.
- Bowie regularly changed his style and grew increasingly popular all over the world, which led him to become one of the world’s greatest rock stars.
Madame Tussauds & David Bowie
Bowie's figure has been inspired by his iconic alter ego Ziggy stardust.
He is wearing a similar costume to the one Ziggy wore on stage, as well as his trademark bright red mullet and the gold circle on his forehead.
In 2007, David Bowie voiced a character on Spongebob Squarepants called Lord Royal Highness.