Cristiano Ronaldo made his football debut at the age of eleven. It is with the legendary Manchester United that Ronaldo made his name, before joining Real Madrid in 2009. Currently top scorer in the Champions League, he is one of the most popular sports stars of his generation. The wax statue of Cristiano Ronaldo was an obvious addition to the Grévin museum!
Meet Christian Ronaldo and more than 200 other celebrities immortalized in wax at the Grevin museum!
Teddy Riner is a heavyweight judoka. He began Judo at the age of 5. In 2007, in Rio de Janeiro, he became the youngest world champion in his category. He went on to win European and World Championships and in 2014 held the record of ten world championship titles. The wax statue of Teddy Riner was an obvious addition to the Grevin museum!
Meet Teddy Riner and more than 200 other celebrities immortalised in wax at the Grevin museum!
Lionel Messi began playing football at the age of 5. As a teenager, a growth hormone deficiency jeopardised his dream of becoming a professional footballer. The Barcelona youth team agreed to pay for his treatment and he joined FC Barcelona at the age 17. He is Quintuple Ballon d’or winner and scorer of more than 500 goals. The wax statue of Lionel Messi was an obvious addition to the Grévin museum!
Meet Lionel Messi and more than 200 other celebrities immortalised in wax at the Grevin museum!
Tony Parker is a French international basketball player. Son of an American basketball player, he grew up with the sport and at school followed a curriculum combining sports and academic studies. At 21, he became the first French NBA champion and in 2007, he became the first European to receive the title of Best player in the NBA Finals. The wax statue of Tony Parker was an obvious addition to the Grévin museum!
Meet Tony Parker and more than 200 other celebrities immortalised in wax at the Grevin museum!
Zlatan Ibrahimovic began playing football aged 6. From 2004 to 2011, he was the star of various European clubs with whom he won the national championship. In 2012, he joined Paris-Saint-Germain for 3 years. His strong personality and provocative attitude with the media make him an icon beyond the world of football. The wax statue of Zlatan Ibrahimovic was an obvious addition to the Grévin museum!
Meet Zlatan Ibrahimovic and more than 200 other celebrities immortalised in wax at the Grevin museum!
While in Paris to play at the Palais Omnisport de Bercy, the entire San Antonio Spurs team was present when basketball star Tony Parker's wax work was unveiled at Grévin museum on October 7th, 2006.
The Grevin museum had the privilege of welcoming Zlatan Ibrahimovic on February 9th, 2015, in the presence of Her Excellency the Swedish Ambassador to Paris, Veronika Wand-Danielsson, and the President of Paris Saint Germain, Mr. Nasser Al-Khelaïfi.