The “Prince of Darkness,” Ozzy Osbourne, is a rock music icon. For almost 50 years, his distinctive vocals and mesmerising stage presence have shaped the music industry.

As Black Sabbath's lead singer, Ozzy Osbourne became famous worldwide. Their hits “Paranoid” and “Iron Man” influenced many rock bands.

After quitting Black Sabbath in 1979, Ozzy Osbourne had a successful solo career. His solo recordings, notably “Blizzard of Ozz” and “No More Tears,” established his standing as a solo artist.

Ozzy Osbourne is known as "The Prince of Darkness" because to his shady and enigmatic demeanour, both on and off stage, which earned him the nickname.

With their reality show, “The Osbournes,” Ozzy and his family became famous. The show revealed their colourful and chaotic lives, increasing Ozzy's celebrity status.

The unmistakable and contagious laughter that Ozzy Osbourne is known for is one of the most recognisable aspects of his demeanour and has become an icon as a result.

Ozzy Osbourne received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2002 for his achievements in the music industry.

Ozzy Osbourne has openly discussed his addiction throughout his career. Despite these obstacles, he thrives as a musician and inspiration.

Ozzy Osbourne is the author of two autobiographies, "I Am Ozzy" and "Trust Me, I'm Dr. Ozzy," both of which give an honest account of his life and the events that have occurred throughout it.

Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train" is a global rock anthem and one of his most famous tunes.