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Patrick Stewart

Actor Date of birth 13th July 1940
Place of birth Mirfield, Yorkshire, UK
Year of debut 1975
First feature film Hedda
Biography

At 15, Patrick Stewart left school to establish a career in acting. He was accepted by the Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol before going on to train at the Manchester Library Theatre. In 1966 he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company. In 1971 he made his Broadway debut in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He became known for his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the Star Trek: Next Generation TV series. He has also gained Hollywood recognition for playing Dr Charles Xavier in the X-Men movies.

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Patrick Stewart's films

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Packshot for the film X-Men 2
Certificate
12 Certificate
Duration
129 Mins
Released
2003

The mutants must join forces to take on an evil military scientist. With Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman.

Rent for £2.50
Packshot for the film X-Men: The Last Stand
Certificate
12 Certificate
Duration
100 Mins
Released
2006

Mutants must choose between a cure or living life as outcasts. With Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Ian McKellen and Famke Jannsen. Moderate violence.

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Packshot for the film Gnomeo & Juliet
Certificate
U Certificate
Duration
80 Mins
Released
2010

Animated. Two gnomes from opposite sides of the fence fall in love. With Michael Caine, James McAvoy and Emily Blunt. Some threatening scenes and very mild sexual innuendo.

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Packshot for the film X-Men
Certificate
12 Certificate
Duration
90 Mins
Released
2000

Professor X (Patrick Stewart) assembles a team of mutant superheroes. With Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen and Halle Berry. Frequent, moderate sci-fi violence.

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Did you know?

  • Patrick Stewart provides the voice of American Dad character Avery Bullock.
  • In 1995 he provided the voice of the help feature in the Compton’s Interactive Encyclopaedia.
  • He received an OBE in 2010.
  • He is a life-long supporter of Huddersfield Town Football Club.
  • His son Daniel is also an actor. Daniel played his son in an episode of Star Trek: Next Generation.