David Bowie At The Movies
David Bowie was not just a Starman in music but in movies too.
His death in January 2016 was not just a loss felt by music, but fans of his big-screen exploits.
Bowie had a unique screen presence and some of the greatest directors wanted him in their productions, including Christopher Nolan and Martin Scorsese.
So grab your popcorn and sit back as we take you down memory lane to re-live some of his most famous, and lesser known roles that were as varied as his 25 albums.
- The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976)
- Just a Gigolo (1978)
- Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence (1983)
- The Hunger (1983)
- Labyrinth (1986)
- Absolute Beginners (1986)
- The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
- Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992)
- Basquiat (1996)
- Everybody Loves Sunshine (1999)
- Mr Rice's Secret (2000)
- Zoolander (2001)
- The-Prestige (2006)
Bowie was an actor, a poet, a musician but above all, he was a performer.
In a career that spanned the decades and with music that spoke to many generations, the Starman knew how to write a lyric that imprinted the soul.
We take a look over the decades at Bowie's best, most iconic work.