Ross Lynch Presents Newest Madame Tussauds Figure

Music, film, and television star Ross Lynch met his new wax figure for Madame Tussauds Orlando on May 21 at the attraction’s new location at I-Drive 360.
Lynch met with Madame Tussauds artists where more than 300 measurements of his head and body were taken to create a perfect replica of the rising star. At the sitting, Lynch and his father were discussing several ideas for his figure’s pose, when he fell into a casual stance that was reflective of his personality.

Lynch made his acting debut on the hit Disney Channel show, Austin & Ally, as lead character Austin Moon. He then played the lead male role in the hit Disney Channel original film, Teen Beach Movie, as Brady, which was filmed on location in Puerto Rico.  Lynch reprises his role in Teen Beach 2, which debuts this summer.

A talented self-taught musician, not only does Lynch sing and dance, he also plays piano, drums, bass and guitar, which ultimately led to the creation of his pop rock band, R5, whose five founding members include three of his siblings. He has released several singles, and sang on all the songs for the Austin & Ally soundtrack. R5’s second studio album, Sometime Last Night, will be released on July 10, 2015.

Madame Tussauds is world-renowned for the creation of detailed and lifelike wax figures that pay homage to A-list celebrities from film and television, sports icons, musicians from all genres, and notable figures from history and pop culture.

Each Madame Tussauds figure is truly a work of art, involving teams of professional artists and sculptors who spend months on extensive research and taking more than 300 measurements to recreate world-famous icons, to achieve the kind of astonishing realism that has been at the heart of the 250-year Madame Tussauds legacy.

Guests at Madame Tussauds Orlando will experience the essence of America with this brand new, immersive and interactive wax experience, bursting with family fun and world-class entertainment, as they move through themed areas meeting all of their favorite stars from award-winning film actors, to historical and modern world leaders, sports stars, music legends as well as figures important to Florida. All visitors can shake hands with the president, get on stage with rock stars and pop princesses, or get up close and personal with a Hollywood heartthrob and take the ultimate selfie!

Fun Facts:
  • More than 300 measurements were taken to create Ross Lynch’s figure;
  • Lynch donated the entire costume his figure is wearing, from the leather jacket and R5 guitar pick necklace, to his socks and signature pink boxers;
  • It took more than six weeks to sculpt the figure’s head, which weighs as much as a human head at 9.9 pounds.
For more information about this new Orlando attraction, visit

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  1. You finally know when you've become an adult.
    When you have no idea who a person considered a celebrity is.
    Who even is that?

  2. Funny, I had to Google him also. He's from Disney channel. I guess because we're in Orlando (city of the mouse), it only makes sense. Youngsters could care less about seeing wax figures of people we know or remember, but they will be thrilled to see him. I think it's great for the museum because it gives kids a reason to say "let's go to Madam Tussauds"

  3. On this weekend established for the remembrance of everyone who has died serving in the American armed forces. We're focusing on yet another wax figure of a celebrity?

    Who cares?

  4. Relax there buddy, nobody is taking away from Memorial Day. This is an amusement park website, not a national holiday website. Memorial Day is very special and has nothing to do with these postings.


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