WATCH: Ozzy Osbourne Looks Back in New "Nine Live" Documentary Trailer

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"There's a wild man in everybody," Ozzy Osbourne says in the trailer for the upcoming documentary, Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne. "I'm a split personality." As the clip progresses, it's revealed that the singer is watching an old interview of himself from the '80s. Osbourne talks to the camera about the source of his personal wild man, the result of overcoming fear and alienation with chemicals and being "the class clown."

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This intimate look at Osbourne is set to debut at this year's South by Southwest festival 2020 in Austin, TX, this spring. Produced by Sharon, Ozzy, and Jack Osbourne, the doc is directed by former Osbournes producer, R. Greg Johnston.

The film will boast appearances from a cavalcade of star singing Osbourne's praises, including Post Malone, Rick Rubin, Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie. Watch the trailer below.

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