Patrick's Guest Book
Patrick's Guest Book
PATRICK'S PERSONAL LINKS:
Patrick Stewart Early Biography
Patrick Stewart Star Trek Era Biography
Fun at Conventions!
Patrick Stewart Chat! 10/97
Talk To Me Captain!
PATRICK'S MOVIE LINKS:
Wild Geese II!
PATRICK'S THEATRE LINKS:
Antony & Cleopatra
PATRICK'S TV LINKS:
Patrick Stewart on 1998 Emmys!
Moby Dick Is Coming!
Saturday Night Live!
Tonight Show 7/23/97!
Jay Leno Interview 11/96
MGM, When The Lion Roars!
David Letterman Interview 1991
EXTERNAL PATRICK LINKS:
PATRICK'S EXTERNAL LINKS!
PATRICK STEWART TRIBUTE PAGE
To Mary, My Hot Look, Patrick Stewart
This non-profit page is dedicated to one of the most versatile
actors of all time. I am speaking of the one and only,
Patrick Stewart is not just Captain Jean-Luc
Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard
30 Years of Shakespeare was just the beginning
Patrick Stewart was born on July 13, 1940 in Mirfield, West
Yorkshire. Our Mr. Stewart is about 5 foot 8 inches tall. He has beautiful hazel
green eyes that mirror whatever he is wearing, changing his eye color.
Patrick Stewart began losing his hair at 19 years of age. In 1964,
Patrick met Sheila Falconer, a choreographer with the Bristol Old
Vic company. On March 3, 1966 Patrick and Sheila were married. In 1968,
Daniel Freedom Stewart was born and Sophie Alexandra Stewart was born
Please click here to check out Patrick's Early Biography.
Patrick is an extremely handsome man. He was a member of
the Royal Shakespeare Company for 30 years and is at home on the stage in
London, New York and Los Angeles. He won an "Olivier
Award" for his performance in the play as "Shylock." Patrick first
caught my eye in the movie "Dune" in 1984. He
played Gurney Halleck. He was quite striking in this movie.
Patrick as Gurney Halleck in "Dune."
PATRICK STEWART and STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
Patrick Stewart was discovered by producer Robert Justman for the
role of the Captain of the Enterprise. During pre-production for Star
Trek: The Next Generation, Justman and his wife visited a dramatic
reading at UCLA (University of California: Los Angeles) that Stewart was
participating in. He was so impressed by the Englishman's presentation
that he remarked to his wife, "I think we've just found our Captain."
Stewart was the only one who was right for the part. Star Trek creator
Gene Roddenberry wanted a Frenchman to play
the part, so Justman arranged a meeting with Stewart, Roddenberry
and Miklis. The part was then tailored to
Stewart. Today, Stewart says that he had no idea at the time that to
many Americans, who sits in the Captains chair on the Enterprise is more
important than who occupies the throne of England.
Please click here to check out Patrick's Star Trek Era Biography.
After 25 years of marriage, Stewart and his wife, choreographer Sheila Falconer,
have divorced. They had two children together, Daniel and Sophie. He was later
engaged to script writer Meredith Baer. Patrick is currently engaged to the
former Star Trek: Voyager producer Wendy Neuss. They met during production
of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Patrick as a Naval Officer in Star Trek: The Next Generation movie, "Generations"
During his seven years on Star Trek, Stewart remained true to the
stage. In 1994 he received two "Laurence Olivier Awards" for "A Christmas Carol",
and was nominated "best actor" and "best entertainer." He was
presented with the "Best Solo Act on Broadway" in 1992, and in 1993 was
nominated for his LP-recording of "A Christmas Carol." In
1995 he appeared on the stage in New York City's Central Park in a huge free
production of Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
In 1996 Patrick reprised his some 30 roles in "A Christmas
Carol" in Los Angeles at the Doolittle Theater.
Patrick in "A
Patrick has formed a production company named, "Flying Freehold,"
with Wendy Neuss as President and Patrick as CEO. Patrick continues to stay busy working on a variety of projects.
Please check out all the Patrick Stewart links on the left side of this page! There are lots of Captain Jean-Luc Picard pictures and sounds as well as Patrick's many movie, television and theatre credits including pictures. We hope you like this page and please tell your friends!
Patrick Stewart was nominated for an Emmy for his role of Captain Ahab on the mini-series Moby Dick that was aired on the USA Network. Check out our
"Patrick's What's New page for updates.
Patrick has just finished performing in Authur Miller's play, "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan" at the Joseph Papp Public Theater in New York. He is currently the voice of Seti in "Prince of Egypt."
Patrick will be in Star Trek: Insurrection that will be in theaters December 11th.
Check out this action in Star Trek: Insurrection.
Patrick Stewart official mailing address is: Patrick Stewart,
Trek Office, Paramount Studios, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles,
California 90038, USA or try Patrick Stewart, 8942 Wilshire Blvd.,
Beverly Hills, CA 90005. Please send a Large Self Addressed Stamped
Envelope when asking for an Autographed Picture and prepare to
wait a minimum of 8 weeks. Also try this address for fan mail for Patrick:
International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA
For Patrick Stewart fan club information:
please write to my assistant, Jackie Edwards, at
Paramount Studios, 5555 Melrose, Drawer #107, LA, CA 90038. They
are both wonderful clubs that I support wholeheartedly.
One of the clubs is Patrick Stewart Network, P.O. Box 4990, Riverside,
Gene Roddenberry created the series.
"STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION"
is produced by Paramount Network Television and distributed
by Paramount Domestic Television. Paramount
Television Group is part of the entertainment operations of
Paramount Communications, Inc.,
which is a majority-owned subsidiary of Viacom Inc.
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