Known for four decades as an iconoclast whose work propelled androgyny into the mainstream, David Bowie didn't limit his glam-rock stylings to his music. Instead, he carried them throughout the many film roles he inhabited.
Whether conjuring voodoo as Jareth the Goblin King in the cult-classic Jim Henson fantasy "Labyrinth," portraying the like-minded Andy Warhol in a Jean-Michel Basquiat biopic or cameoing as himself in "Zoolander," Bowie's detached, otherworldly spunk was always woven into the fabric of his screen appearances. His characters were as odd as his Ziggy Stardust persona, and audiences worshiped him all the more for it. In the wake of his death, here's a look at some of his most memorable movie achievements.
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