London Madame Tussaud’s revealed wax figure of Patrick Swayze - two years after the death of a famous actor from cancer. The master-hands made a wax image of Patrick’s character, whose name was Johnny Castle from the movie, which was called “Dirty Dancing”. The authors reproduced the scene when Johnny was teaching Baby to keep the balance on a beam above the water. The role of Baby, at the opening of the figure of Swayze, danced the widow of actor – Lisa Niemi, and helped her choreographer and director Kenny Ortega, he choreographed the original dance from “Dirty Dancing”, and now as a producer he wants to remove remake. Creating a wax figure posthumously is a complex process, because sculptors generally operate on the standards of living persons. Lisa Niemi explained that she was involved in the process from the very beginning and has seen every stage of the photos. “It became clear that it was put a lot of love in a man whom I loved so much,” – she said. Lisa confirmed that all details are correct, but most of all in wax doppelganger of Patrick she liked his eyes. “They are confident and at the same time mischievous as was when Patrick was alive. His figure was carefully worked on, and especially over his hands, so they were very detailed”. The fans and critics also liked the wax figure of the actor.