David bowie dating history
During the Eighties, Bowie’s focus shifted from music to acting.
While making the 1983 vampire film The Hunger, he embarked on a relationship with his co-star, Susan Sarandon.
In 1969 - the year of his first hit song Space Oddity - Angie helped Bowie move into a crumbling mansion, Haddon Hall in Bromley.
There she catered to his every need, treating him as ‘a pampered prince’ and even running him a bath every morning.
Bowie's colourful, gender-bending sex life has included rumored relationships with Elizabeth Taylor and Bianca Jagger as well as ones - which the women have themselves confirmed - with Marianne Faithfull and Susan Sarandon.
In a new book, Bowie, author Wendy Leigh spoke to the singer's friends, ex-lovers, business associates and industry insiders to ask whether he was a sex addict or a show business star who was keen to make himself seem more exciting to fans.
Without introducing them, Horton took Napier-Bell aside and put forward the following proposition: ‘He said that if I were to agree to come in on the management, he would allow me to have sex with his young protégé,’ says Napier-Bell.
While making the 1983 vampire film The Hunger, Bowie embarked on a relationship with his co-star, Susan Sarandon.But as he bathes in a new wave of critical acclaim, it’s easy to forget that Bowie’s was a career founded not just on a spectacular musical talent and a fearless style, but also on a casual yet highly ambitious attitude to sexual adventuring.From a young age, Bowie glided relentlessly from one carnal experience to the next.Whatever romantic emotions Bowie might have nurtured for Mick, his ambition, as always, overrode everything.
When Bowie discovered that Mick was hiring Belgian designer Guy Peellaert to design his next album cover, he promptly picked up the phone and hired Guy to design the cover for his own Diamond Dogs album, as well.
Lennon, along with Mick Jagger, would advise Bowie on his business dealings in the Seventies, when Bowie was popular but had little cash to show for it.