Angela Bowie
American actor and model
Angela Bowie
Angela Bowie (b. September 25, 1949) is an American cover girl, model, actress and musician. She was the wife of English musician David Bowie until divorcing in 1980, and she is the mother of film director Duncan Jones.
Biography
Angela Bowie's personal information overview.
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Yesterday Was Officially David Bowie Day In New York City
Huffington Post - about 1 year
New York City -- where the late David Bowie lived for more than 20 years before his death earlier this month -- has officially declared Jan. 20, 2016, to be David Bowie Day.  The Facebook page for the late star announced the news in a post on Wednesday.  According to Entertainment Weekly, Luis Castro -- acting commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment -- was to present the honor at the final performance of "Lazarus," the musical Bowie co-wrote and co-produced which wrapped its extended Off-Broadway run on Wednesday.  Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted about the announcement with Bowie lyrics. I believe I speak for all of us when I say that "the stars look very different today” ★ #DavidBowieDay https://t.co/w79QVMKCRc — Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) January 20, 2016 The history-making British musician died at age 69 on Sunday, Jan. 10, after an 18-month battle with cancer. He is survived by his wife Iman, their daughter Alexandria Zahra ...
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Yesterday Was Officially David Bowie Day In New York City
Huffington Post - about 1 year
New York City -- where the late David Bowie lived for more than 20 years before his death earlier this month -- has officially declared Jan. 20, 2016, to be David Bowie Day.  The Facebook page for the late star announced the news in a post on Wednesday.  According to Entertainment Weekly, Luis Castro -- acting commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment -- was to present the honor at the final performance of "Lazarus," the musical Bowie co-wrote and co-produced which wrapped its extended Off-Broadway run on Wednesday.  Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted about the announcement with Bowie lyrics. I believe I speak for all of us when I say that "the stars look very different today” ★ #DavidBowieDay https://t.co/w79QVMKCRc — Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) January 20, 2016 The history-making British musician died at age 69 on Sunday, Jan. 10, after an 18-month battle with cancer. He is survived by his wife Iman, their daughter Alexandria Zahra ...
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Legendary Singer David Bowie Dead At 69
Huffington Post - about 1 year
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Legendary Singer David Bowie Dead At 69
Huffington Post - about 1 year
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Before They Were Blockbusters
Lez Get Real - almost 5 years
X-Men Both DC Comics and Marvel would have you think that big-budget, blockbuster films like Superman, Spider-Man, Batman, X-Men, Green Lantern and The Avengers are their only attempts to bring popular comic book characters into the live-action arena. They would like everyone to forget the sometimes absurd, ridiculous and often ugly reality: that there were numerous early – and failed – attempts to bring super heroes to both the big and small screens. You can read about these early superhero attempts and the actors who portrayed them on-screen. Some you may be familiar with, but we’ll bet you’ve never heard of many of them. {NOTE: This list doesn’t cover every instance of every superhero who has ever appeared on TV or in a direct-to-video movie – that would be far too exhaustive. Instead, we’ve covered only those superheroes who have a movie already released, in development or will have one in development soon.} Superman  ’Superman’: First Theatrical Release – 1978 1948 ...
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《源代码》导演邓肯·琼斯呼吁中国影迷拒绝盗版 - 网易
Google News - over 5 years
请不要观看盗版影片,否则你永远不会享受到电影本身的乐趣,也不会给予那些为电影努力工作的人任何鼓励。希望有一天,我可以到中国去!” 附注:邓肯·琼斯原名佐维尔·鲍伊或乔伊·鲍伊,是摇滚传奇大卫·鲍伊和前妻Angela
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DVD Wrapup: Source Code, Winter in Wartime, Leon Morin: Priest, Jackboots on ... - Movie City News
Google News - over 5 years
Even if much of the movie was shot against a green screen, Jones (son of David and Angela Bowie) effectively puts viewers in the same car as Colter, Christina and the other passengers, all of whom are suspects, at one time or another
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El hijo de David Bowie - Los Andes (Argentina)
Google News - over 5 years
El director de “8 minutos antes de morir”, Duncan Jones, es hijo de la estrella de rock David Bowie y de la modelo Angela Bowie. Nacido en 1971, su debut tras las cámaras fue recién en 2009 con “Moon”, una gran película de ciencia ficción de bajísimo
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Studio Visit: Amanda Assad Mounser's Glam Workshop - StyleList
Google News - over 5 years
AA: My overall aesthetic is inspired by the glitter gods of the Glam Rock Movement -- David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Mic Jagger, as well as their muses and female counterparts -- Bianca Jagger, Angela Bowie, Jerry Hall and Anita Pallenberg
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Name game some parents' claim to fame - Pueblo Chieftain
Google News - almost 6 years
Jeepers, those almost make Apple (Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin) and Zowie (David and Angela Bowie) seem normal. I guess perhaps I would better understand all the goofy names if more parents simply looked at their babies and named them after who
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August 12-18; But Would Buddy Sue Peggy?
NYTimes - over 15 years
Helosía Pinheiro, the Brazilian who inspired ''The Girl From Ipanema,'' is being sued by the heirs of its composers to stop using the song to her benefit and to close her boutique, The Girl From Ipanema. But Ms. Pinheiro is not the only pop muse to create her own cottage industry. And those inventive trial lawyers haven't even begun to tap into
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Angela Bowie
    FORTIES
  • 1996
    Age 46
    A CD maxi-single, "The World Is Changing" (six mixes, including prominent vocal support by Dabonda Simmons and all credited to Angela Bowie as composer with various co-composers including David Padilla, Morgan Lekcirt, Tom Reich, Jim Durban and D.J. Trance and published by Angela Bowie Music) appeared in 1996 on the New York label Warlock Records (distributed in Europe through Music Avenue on the Nite Blue label).
    More Details Hide Details The cover featured a logo of the Bowie name clearly modelled on the one seen on her former husband's Let's Dance releases. An album, Moon Goddess, on Subterraneans' London-based record label The Electric Label in 2002. The UK release of the album contained a duet with Subterraneans' vocalist Jude Rawlins on a version of the Rolling Stones song "The Last Time". She is currently working on her second album, Fancy Footwork. In recent years she has reinvented herself as a journalist, specializing in gender issues and is currently a staff reporter on the transgender lifestyle bi-monthly, Frock Magazine, interviewing some of the world's most famous trans actors, artists and fashionistas. The movie Velvet Goldmine was loosely based on her life with David Bowie. She was fictionalized as a character named "Mandy", portrayed by Toni Collette. On 30 May 1971, David and Angie Bowie had a son they named Duncan Zowie Haywood Jones. Zowie later preferred to be known as Joe or Joey, although now he has reverted to the name Duncan Jones.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1980
    Age 30
    She had already begun a long-term relationship with punk musician Drew Blood (real name Andrew Lipka), and on 24 July 1980 gave birth to their daughter, Stacia Larranna Celeste Lipka, in Mendocino, California.
    More Details Hide Details Angela Bowie currently lives in Tucson, Arizona.
    Angie and David Bowie separated after nine years of marriage and divorced on 8 February 1980, in Switzerland.
    More Details Hide Details She later called it "a marriage of convenience" for both, and settled for £300,000.
    She was the wife of English musician David Bowie until divorcing in 1980, and she is the mother of film director Duncan Jones.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1974
    Age 24
    Newsweek reported in their February 11, 1974 issue that she apparently lost the part because of her refusal to wear a bra.
    More Details Hide Details Later in 1975, Angela bought the television rights for the Marvel Comics' characters Black Widow and Daredevil, hoping to develop and sell a series featuring the two heroes. Angela would play Black Widow, and actor Ben Carruthers would fill Daredevil's suit. Although several black-and-white stills exist with Bowie and Carruthers in costume, the series failed to find a studio willing to take it on and never went beyond the development stage. Angela also modelled for photographer Terry O'Neill and others, often under the name Jipp Jones. Angela has often been rumoured to be the inspiration for the Rolling Stones 1973 hit "Angie" from the album Goat's Head Soup, however Mick Jagger has dispelled these tales. He was quoted as saying: "People began to say that song was written about David Bowie's wife but the truth is that Keith Richards wrote the title. He said, 'Angie.' And I think it was to do with his daughter. She's called Angela. And then I just wrote the rest of it."
    She auditioned for the leading role in what dates show to have been the ABC-TV telefilm Wonder Woman which aired on March 12, 1974 and starred Cathy Lee Crosby (not as often reported for the later television series Wonder Woman, which eventually went to Lynda Carter).
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  • 1973
    Age 23
    In 1973, she appeared as a guest on The Tonight Show, hosted by Johnny Carson on November 16, 1973 alongside Dinah Shore, Joan Rivers and Ashley Montagu.
    More Details Hide Details Angela also performed on The Mike Douglas Show in early 1975.
  • 1970
    Age 20
    She married Bowie one year later, on March 19, 1970 at Bromley Register Office in Beckenham Lane, Kent.
    More Details Hide Details Duncan Jones is their son. David Bowie wrote the songs "The Prettiest Star" and "Golden Years" about her. (Angela appears in the D.A. Pennebaker concert film Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars; in a backstage sequence, David calls her by the name "Star".) She often accompanied him on his international concert tours, which included North America, Japan and Europe.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1969
    Age 19
    She met musician David Bowie in London, England in 1969, at the age of 19.
    More Details Hide Details According to David Bowie, they met through their mutual friendship with Chinese-American record executive Dr. Calvin Mark Lee.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1949
    Born
    Angela, born an American citizen on September 25, 1949 in Cyprus, is of paternal English and maternal Polish descent, and she was brought up as a Catholic.
    More Details Hide Details She has one older brother. Her father, Col. George M. Barnett, a U.S Army veteran, was a mining engineer and ran a mill for Cyprus Mines Corporation. Her mother was Helena Maria Galas. Both her parents died in 1984. Educated in Cyprus, Switzerland and the UK (Kingston Polytechnic), she briefly attended Connecticut College For Women until she was expelled.
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