David Bowie All Movies In Which She Acted
FBI agent, Pontius Pilate, Andy Warhol, gangsters, Nikola Tesla. Are some of the roles recited by David Bowie, in his career as an actor, sporadic, but with various gems, which led him to be directed, in large and small parts, among others, by Nicolas Roeg, Nagisa Oshima, Tony Scott, John Landis, Martin Scorsese, David Lynch, Christopher Nolan and an Italian pass by Giovanni Veronesi.
A process that began in the late 60s, which also includes performance as the voice of animated characters, the narrator for documentaries and TV series, as well as in various cameo as himself, including Zoolander. Among the first evidence that there is in the role of The cloud (the cloud) in mime show created by Lindsay Kemp with whom there was a great mutual esteem) in London in 1967, Pierrot in Turquoise, then also became a movie TV in 1970.
The first protagonist, an alien in search of water for his planet, makes him interpret Nicolas Roeg’s The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976). Three years later in a Gigolo (1978) David Hemmings, Bowie is in the shoes of a Prussian officer who at the end of World War II, not finding work, agree to prostitute themselves in a Marlene Dietrich (brothel run by the Countess).
Between 1980 and 1981, winning the critics on Broadway in the role of John Merrick in The Elephant Man. Back to the movies with Christian F – We Children from Bahnhof Zoo Uli Edel (1981), where it appears in a cameo in the role of himself as he performs live, and then embodies a vampire dandy alongside Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon (with which, revealed the actress recently, there was also a passionate love story than the set ) in Miriam wakes up at midnight Tony Scott (1983).
In the same year Bowie life in Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence Nagisa Oshima, in one of its most intense, the New Zealander Jack Celliers officer who does not bend the ruthless rule of the Japanese prison camp where segregated, arousing the morbid reaction Yonoi Captain (Ryuichi Sakamoto). Among other roles, that of a battered killer in Into the Night by John Landis (1985) and the advertising Vendice Partners in the musical set in the London of the ’50s Absolute Beginners Julien Temple (1986) .Vira in fantasy impersonating the magnetic Jareth Goblin King in Labyrinth (1986) by Jim Henson (the Muppet dad) and you in the shoes of a troubled Pontius Pilate in the last temptation of Christ by Martin Scorsese (1988).