Patrick Stewart Biography
Patrick Stewart born Sir Patrick Stewart was born on 13th July 1940 in Mirfield, United Kingdom. He is an English actor. He is popularly known for his role on Star Trek.
He left school at 15 and worked as a newspaper reporter before joining the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. In the 1960s he began a long association with the Royal Shakespeare Company. In 1987, he was cast as Jean-Luc Picard in the TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation, and went on to star in several Star Trek films and the X-Men movies. His latest film is Gnomeo & Juliet.
Patrick Stewart X Men
He is retiring from the X-Men franchise. The actor says the new superhero film Logan (out March 3) will be the last time he plays the mutant leader, Professor Charles Xavier. Stewart made the announcement at a SiriusXM Town Hall where he appeared alongside Logan director and co-writer James Mangold.
Ian Mckellen and Patrick Stewart
They first appeared together on Broadway, Sir Ian officiated Sir Patric’s wedding. During the Empire Awards on March 2017, Sir Patrick presented Sir Ian with the accolade for “Empire legend”, he went so far as to bestow him with a kiss on stage in order to congratulate him.
“At last! The evening is beginning to make some sense!” he said as the audience rose from their seats for a standing ovation. “Why would you call Patrick a legend? Bless him, he was born in Yorkshire! The range of his work is so gratifying and enviable. I’m trying to be serious here,” Sir Ian continued. “He’s one of my heroes for the way he stands up for his causes. He’s the actor that people of my generation would like to be. But don’t you love my hair?” Sir Ian said.
Patrick Stewart Age
Patrick Stewart was born on 13th July 1940 in Mirfield, United Kingdom.
Where was Patrick Stewart Born
He was born on 13th July 1940 in Mirfield, United Kingdom.
Patrick Stewart Family
He was born to Gladys, a weaver and textile worker, and Alfred Stewart, a regimental sergeant major in the British Army. He has two older brothers, Geoffrey who was born on 28 January 1925 in Mirfield) and Trevor who was born on 10 August 1935, also in Mirfield.
Sir Patrick Stewart Wife
Patrick Stewart met his wife, sunny Ozell, in 2008 through a mutual friend when Ozell was working as a waitress in New York. They married in September 2013. They have an age gap of 39 years. Stewart is 5 years older than Ozell’s dad and he says that the dad was against their relationship but now they are ok and even calls him son.
Stewart has two children who are older than sunny and she says that they were welcoming despite them being older than her. ‘That was territory I trod on very lightly. I didn’t want to force myself on them but they were very welcoming.’
He married his first wife, Sheila Falconer, in 1966 but they later divorced in 1990 after 24 years of marriage. In 1997 he became engaged to Wendy Neuss, one of the producers of Star Trek: The Next Generation. They married on 25 August 2000, and divorced in 2003.
Patrick Stewart Wedding
He married Sunny Ozell in September 2013 with Sir Ian McKellen performing the wedding ceremony.
Patrick Stewart Wife Age
His wife Sunny Ozell was born on 23 December 1978 in Reno, Nevada.
Patrick Stewart Children
He has two children; Daniel, who is a television actor and Sophia from his first marriage.
Patrick Stewart Son
Daniel is his son from his first marriage to Sheila Falconer. Daniel is a television actor, and has appeared alongside his father in the 1993 made-for-television film Death Train, and in the 1992 Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Inner Light”, playing his son.
Patrick Stewart with hair
Patrick Stewart began loosing hair when he was 19 years and he says that he used to wear a toupee to auditions. He says he wore hats all the time, caps, especially if it was windy to hid his thinning hair.
Patrick Stewart Photo
Patrick Stewart Movies and TV Shows
Patrick Stewart Movies
1975: Hedda1981: Excalibur1983: Windy Story (Uindii)1984: Dune1985: Lifeforce1985: Wild Geese II1986: Lady Jane1991: L.A. Story1993: Death Train1993: Robin Hood: Men in Tights1994: Gunmen1994: Star Trek Generations1994: The Pagemaster1995: Jeffrey1996: The Canterville Ghost1996: Star Trek: First Contact1997: Conspiracy Theory1997: Masterminds1998: Star Trek: Insurrection1998: Safe House1998: The Prince of Egypt1999: A Christmas Carol2000: X-Men2001: Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius2002: King of Texas2002: Star Trek: Nemesis2003: X22004: Steamboy2005: Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind2005: Chicken Little2006: Bambi II2006: X-Men: The Last Stand2007: TMNT2009: Hamlet2009: X-Men Origins: Wolverine2011: Gnomeo & Juliet2012: Ted2012: Ice Age: Continental Drift2013: Hunting Elephants2013: Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return2013: The Wolverine2014: X-Men: Days of Future Past2014: A Million Ways to Die in the West Sheep2014: Match2015: Ted 22015: Christmas Eve2015: Green Room2017: Logan2017: Logan Noir2017: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire2017: The Emoji Movie2017: The Wilde Wedding Harold2018: The Kid Who Would Be King
1974: Fall of Eagles1975: North & South1976: I, Claudius1979: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy1982: Smiley’s People1987–1994: Star Trek: The Next Generation1993: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine1995: The Simpsons1998: Moby Dick2003: Frasier2005: Extras2005–present: American Dad!2006–present: Family Guy2006: Eleventh Hour2010: Macbeth2012: Animal Superpowers2012: Richard II2012: Futurama2012, 2015: Robot Chicken2013: The Simpsons2014: Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey2015–2016: Blunt Talk
Patrick Stewart Interview
When were you happiest?
Patrick Stewart: A year ago, after only four lessons, skiing alone in the Sierras.
What is your greatest fear?
Patrick Stewart: Lying on a road, dying, having been hit by a car and feeling really cross.
What is your earliest memory?
Patrick Stewart: In my brother Geoffrey’s arms as he pointed to a V2 going overhead.
Which living person do you most admire?
Patrick Stewart: Geoffrey’s widow, Alma.
What was your most embarrassing moment?
Patrick Stewart: At two consecutive performances as Cornwall in King Lear, shouting, “What trumpets that?” a page too soon when Eric Porter as Lear was merely pausing. He never forgave me.
Property aside, what’s the most expensive thing you’ve bought?
Patrick Stewart: A drawing.
What is your most treasured possession?
Patrick Stewart: That drawing.
What would your super power be?
Patrick Stewart: Photographic memory.
What makes you unhappy?
Patrick Stewart: Selfishness.
Who would play you in the film of your life?
Patrick Stewart: Me, of course.
What is your most unappealing habit?
What or who is the greatest love of your life?
Huddersfield Town Football Club.
Which living person do you most despise, and why?
If I answered, every Manchester United fan would come looking for me, so I prefer to remain silent.
What would be your fancy dress costume of choice?
I would never attend a costume party, nor would most actors I know. Costume parties are for civilians.
What is the worst thing anyone’s said to you?
Teacher at drama school graduation: “You are a character actor, Patrick. The next 20 years are going to be tough.” I was 19.
What is the worst job you’ve done?
Wild Geese 2.
What has been your biggest disappointment?
Gregory Peck not mentioning me when he won best supporting actor at the Golden Globes for Father Mapple in Moby-Dick. I played Ahab.
If you could go back in time, where would you go?
The first performance of Hamlet.
When did you last cry, and why?
Last week, watching The King’s Speech. It was perfect.
What keeps you awake at night?
What song would you like played at your funeral?
Rollin’, by Randy Newman.
How would you like to be remembered?
For being funny, but I don’t think that will happen.
What is the most important lesson life has taught you?
Put yourself in the other person’s shoes.
Where would you most like to be right now?
At the top of that ski run.
Tell us a joke
How does the band know the stage is level? The drummer drools out of both sides of his mouth.