Melbourne, Feb. 8(ANI): Paying his tribute to the late music legend David Bowie, Ben Stiller has recently admitted that working with him on the first ‘Zoolander’ film was a high point in his career.
The 69-year-old singer, who died after battling cancer, had a cameo in the comedy movie when he judges a catwalk battle between Stiller’s Derek Zoolander and Owen Wilson’s Hansel McDonald, reportsNews.com.au.
The 50-year-old actor claimed that he still can’t believe Bowie agreed to appear in the 2001 movie and admitted he was devastated when he learnt the news of the singer’s demise.
During the premier of ‘Zoolander No. 2,’ Stiller said that Bowie was incredibly gracious and kind to everybody.
He added that the singer was a huge influence on so many people and it was really a high point in his career that he came down to spend time with him during the shoot of the flick. (ANI)