Dee Snider Says He’d Like Sebastian Bach To Play Him In A Possible Twisted Sister Musical
Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider recently answered a fan’s question on Twitter and stated that he would like Sebastian Bach to play him if there was a Twisted Sister movie.
Dee Snider is known to be among the 100 top heavy metal vocalists of all time. With their popular songs such as ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ and ‘I Wanna Rock,’ Twisted Sister has stabilized such a position in rock and roll that it’s difficult to bring them down from their high spot.
As a child, Snider sang in the church choir and learned how to use his voice at an early age. It must have been strange for his family to see that he later evolved from a church choir boy to a heavy metal vocalist that writes songs about rebellion.
While pursuing his career, the musician also defended his and many other rockstars’ careers against the censorship of PMRC. In 1985 he became an advocate for rock and roll and defended it as a form of art while stressing its necessity, integrity, and innocence. Hence, the vocalist has had a special place in the sector and will be remembered for a long time.
If there were a movie or a musical about Snider, that would be great news for both his fans and rock and roll listeners. The film or musical could highlight the milestones of his life, regarding his experiences with Twisted Sister, PMRC, and finally, their disbandment in 2016. In his recent tweet, Dee said that if that were to come true, he would like his son or Skid Row’s vocalist and actor, Sebastian Bach, to play his role.
Here is what the fan asked:
“Who would play you in a Twisted Sister musical on Broadway?”
“Either Sebastian Bach or my oldest son Jesse Blaze.”
His eldest son would make sense appearance-wise, but Bach also seems to be a good choice in terms of looking alike. He has also proven the integrity and quality of his voice through numerous outlets. While being the vocalist of Skid Row, the musician also ventured off to acting and played Gil in the American comedy-drama Gilmore Girls.
You can check out the tweets below.
— Dee Snider🇺🇸 (@deesnider) March 8, 2022