Category: angie bowie

Angie Bowie photographed by Brian Duffy, 1973.

Angie Bowie

as comic book superhero

Black Widow

and Ben Carruthers as Daredevil in publicity photos for a proposed TV series in 1975.

Photos by Terry O’Neill

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David Bowie with his wife Angie and their son Zowie (Duncan Jones) at the Amstel Hotel in Amsterdam,

February 1974.

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David Bowie and his wife Angie Bowie photographed by Tom Kelley, 1975.

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David Bowie and his wife Angie Bowie photographed by Terry O’Neill, circa 1973.

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David Bowie with his wife Angie Bowie and their 3-week-old son Zowie Bowie in Beckenham, England on June 29, 1971. 

Photos by Ron Burton

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David Bowie with his wife Angie and their son Zowie (Duncan Jones) at the Amstel Hotel in

Amsterdam, February 1974. 

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David Bowie and his wife Angie Bowie photographed by Terry O’Neill, circa 1973.

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David Bowie and his wife Angie Bowie photographed by Tom Kelley, 1975.

Did you know that rock star wife Angela Bowie – also known as “Jipp Jones” – once auditioned for the lead role in Wonder Woman? Although her own reports claim that Lynda Carter got the role, timing and historical fact-checking show that Bowie actually auditioned for the first Wonder Woman telefilm, which starred Cathy Lee Crosby.

Bowie’s first public discussion of the Wonder Woman audition was on The Tonight Show, in an episode originally aired on 11-16-1973, with the guests Dinah Shore, Joan Rivers, Angela Bowie, and Ashley Montagu. According to the official Johnny Carson website, Bowie discussed “Loving America, being the wife of rock star David Bowie, the Royal Wedding being boring, and their Zowie.”

In addition to her appearance on The Tonight Show, Bowie’s audition was mentioned in the Feb. 11, 1974 issue of Newsweek, in which it was reported that Angela Bowie had been considered for the role of Wonder Woman for an upcoming ABC-TV movie but lost the part for her refusal to wear a bra.

The rock magazine Rock Scene (May-June 1974, pg 37) also did a one-page photo spread.

Source: Wonder Woman Museum