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Patrick Stewart [29]


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Born:July 13, 1940 (80)
Filmography Rating:7.54 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.27 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.19 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:69.35%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Dune [1984](44) => Gurney Halleck
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 1 [1987](47) => Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 2 [1988](48) => Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 3 [1989](49) => Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 4 [1990](50) => Director / Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 5 [1991](51) => Director / Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 6 [1992](52) => Director / Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 7 [1993](53) => Captain Jean-Luc Picard / Director
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 1 [1993](53) => Locutus of Borg / Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Robin Hood: Men in Tights [1993](53) => King Richard
The Pagemaster [1994](54) => Adventure (voice)
Star Trek: Generations [1994](54) => Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Star Trek: First Contact [1996](56) => Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Conspiracy Theory [1997](57) => Dr. Jonas
Star Trek: Insurrection [1998](58) => Captain Jean-Luc Picard
X-Men [2000](60) => Professor Charles Xavier
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius [2001](61) => King Goobot
Star Trek: Nemesis [2002](62) => Captain Jean-Luc Picard
X2 (X-Men 2: X-Men United) [2003](63) => Professor Charles Xavier
Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 4 [2004](64) => Captain Jean-Luc Picard (voice) (archive footage)
Chicken Little [2005](65) => Mr. Woolensworth (voice)
X-Men: The Last Stand [2006](66) => Professor Charles Xavier
TMNT [2007](67) => Winters (voice)
X-Men Origins: Wolverine [2009](69) => Professor Charles Xavier (uncredited)
The Captains [2011](71) => Himself (as Sir Patrick Stewart)
The Wolverine [2013](73) => Charles Xavier (uncredited)
X-Men: Days of Future Past [2014](74) => Professor X
Logan [2017](77) => Charles
Star Trek: Picard - Season 1 [2020](80) => Jean-Luc Picard

Trivia that mentions this person:
Anastasia [1997]
  • Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Pryce, and Tim Curry were considered to voice Rasputin.
    Beauty and the Beast [1991]
  • Scheduling conflicts with [Star Trek: The Next Generation] forced Patrick Stewart to turn down the role of Cogsworth.
    Star Trek: Generations [1994]
  • Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner were the only cast members to have custom [Deep Space Nine] uniforms made for use in the film. Jonathan Frakes had to borrow Avery Brooks's uniform and LeVar Burton had to borrow Colm Meaney's uniform from "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine", neither of which fit the actors very well (Frakes had to roll up the sleeves and Burton's is obviously too big for him.)
    Star Trek: Nemesis [2002]
  • The farewell scene in Picard's ready room, near the end of the movie, had to be re-shot after Patrick Stewart unintentionally started crying.
  • Patrick Stewart was paid nearly as much for this movie as he made in the entire run of [Star Trek: The Next Generation]
    Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 5 [1991]
  • Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Marina Sirtis and Colm Meaney are the only actors to appear in all seven seasons.
  • Patrick Stewart and Jonathan Frakes are the only actors to appear in every episode of the series.
    Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 3 [1989]
  • The original version of the Starfleet uniform was very uncomfortable for the actors, leading to a change of design from one-piece to a two-piece outfit in [Season Three]. Although the new uniforms were easier to wear, the jackets had a tendency to "ride up" when the actors were sitting down. Patrick Stewart got into the habit of straightening his jacket with a sharp downward tug as he stood up, an action that became known among the cast and crew as "The Picard Maneuver" (from a tactical maneuver mentioned in the show).
    A Christmas Carol [1984]
  • Liz Smith played Mrs. Dilber in both this version of A Christmas Carol (starring George C. Scott) and the 1999 version starring Patrick Stewart.
    Conspiracy Theory [1997]
  • The character names "Dr. Jonas" (Patrick Stewart), and "Agent Lowry" (Cylk Cozart), were both named after British character actor Morton Lowry, who portrayed the school teacher Mr. Jonas in How Green Was My Valley.
    Dune [1984]
  • Patrick Stewart said the stillsuit was the most uncomfortable costume he had ever worn.
  • The cast of this film includes many connections to [Star Trek]. Dean Stockwell has appeared on [Enterprise], Brad Dourif on [Star Trek: Voyager], and of course Patrick Stewart played Cpt. Jean-Luc Picard. Josť Ferrer's son Miguel Ferrer played a helmsman in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. Star Trek: First Contact also featured Alice Krige, who played Jessica in Children of Dune.
    The Nightmare Before Christmas [1993]
  • Patrick Stewart did the original introduction for the movie, which can be heard on the film's soundtrack.
    What About Bob? [1991]
  • Frank Oz wanted Patrick Stewart to play Leo Marvin.
    X-Men: First Class [2011]
  • Matthew Vaughn instructed the cast to do away with all accents in their performances. James McAvoy had planned to copy Patrick Stewart's voice (since McAvoy was going to play a younger version of Stewart's Xavier), but Vaughn quashed it; Vaughn also told Rose Byrne that Moira MacTaggart would not have her trademark Scottish accent in the film (to the Scottish McAvoy's mild disappointment).
    X-Men: The Last Stand [2006]
  • Ian McKellen (Eric Lensherr/Magneto) and Patrick Stewart (Professor Charles Xavier) had 20 years shaved off their features for the opening sequence. The filmmakers used digital technology to match current features to those in old photos. Stewart's "de-aged" effect in the opening scene was based on publicity photos from the first season of [Star Trek: The Next Generation].
    X-Men: Days of Future Past [2014]
  • Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen had makeup applied to look twenty years older than their actual age. They had previously had digital makeup applied to look twenty years younger in X-Men: The Last Stand.
  • This isn't the first time Patrick Stewart has used time travel to stop a group of robotic creatures from taking over the Earth. Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Stewart) travelled back in time to stop the Borg in Star Trek: First Contact.
  • When Hank hacks the surveillance monitors, one of the shows seen on the screen is the [Star Trek] episode {The Naked Time}. Patrick Stewart would appear in [Star Trek: The Next Generation] as the second Enterprise captain Jean-Luc Picard; moreover Picard would encounter and converse with his future self in the episode {Time Squared} on averting a disaster.
  • Patrick Stewart, James McAvoy, Ian McKellen and Michael Fassbender, who play the future/past versions of Professor Xavier and Magneto, have all played the title role in film adaptations of Macbeth.
  • According to Bryan Singer, he could only get the film started with confidence once Hugh Jackman and Sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen agreed to return.
  • Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen were performing in a touring production of "Waiting for Godot" when Bryan Singer approached the actors about reprising their respective roles as Professor X and Magneto. According to McKellen, both men were utterly shocked as they thought they'd passed their roles on to James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender, and would never play the characters again. Both Stewart and McKellen were delighted to return to two of their most popular roles, and to work with the younger actors playing the same characters as well.
    The Little Mermaid [1989]
  • Scheduling conflicts with Star Trek: The Next Generation forced Patrick Stewart to turn down the role of King Triton.
    Aladdin [1992]
  • Scheduling conflicts with Star Trek: The Next Generation forced Patrick Stewart to turn down the role of Jafar. He has said in interviews that this is his biggest regret.
    Pocahontas [1995]
  • Sean Bean was considered to voice John Smith; however, Disney felt they needed an actor well known in America. Brian Cox, Rupert Everett, Stephen Fry, and Patrick Stewart were considered for the role of Governor Ratcliffe.
    The Pagemaster [1994]
  • Whoopi Goldberg and Patrick Stewart recorded their dialogue together.
  • This movie stars four regular cast members from various Star Trek television series: Patrick Stewart; Leonard Nimoy (Dr. Jekyll has Vulcan shaped ears); Whoopi Goldberg and Robert Picardo. As well as this movie featuring four Star Trek regulars, it also starred two actors who have Star Trek connections: Christopher Lloyd, who played Klingon Commander Kruge in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, and Ed Begley Jr., who played Henry Starling in two episodes of [Star Trek: Voyager] namely {Future's End: Parts 1 and 2}.
    Chicken Little [2005]
  • This is the First Movie in the Disney Animated feature Lineup to have a character voiced by Patrick Stewart. Stewart tried out for Characters in previous Disney Animated Feature films prior, but wasn't lucky enough. These include:
    *Francis in Oliver & Company
    *King Triton in The Little Mermaid
    *Cogsworth in Beauty and the Beast
    *Jafar in Aladdin
    *Zazu in The Lion King
    *Ratcliffe in Pocahontas
    *Frollo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    *Zeus in Hercules
    *Clayton in Tarzan
    Tarzan [1999]
  • Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen were both seriously considered for Clayton before Brian Blessed auditioned for it, the directors felt his deep booming voice would be perfect for the character.
    Logan [2017]
  • When Laura and Charles are watching Shane, Charles mentions remembering seeing the film as a child in his hometown. This was entirely improvised by Sir Patrick Stewart, because Shane was one of the first memories he had at the theater as a child.
  • Sir Patrick Stewart lost 21 pounds to play Charles Xavier as elderly and sick. Stewart claimed that he had a steady weight since he was a teenager and had never deliberately lost weight before. Hugh Jackman genuinely held Stewart in all the scenes of Wolverine carrying professor Xavier.
  • Hugh Jackman stated in an interview that the only way he would reprise his role is if a crossover between Deadpool and Wolverine would happen. On top of that, Sir Patrick Stewart recently stated on The Graham Norton Show (2017) that this would be his last appearance as Professor X.
  • Sir Patrick Stewart claimed that much of the dialogue at the dinner table scene, in which Logan and Charles Xavier tell the family about the school for mutants, was improvised by the actors at the request of director James Mangold, after having filmed takes of scripted dialogue.
  • After burying Professor X (Patrick Stewart), Logan's (Hugh Jackman) truck won't start and he beats it with a shovel, while screaming at it. This is very similar to a scene in [Fawlty Towers] where Basil Fawlty (John Cleese) beats his car with a sapling after it fails to start.
    X-Men Origins: Wolverine [2009]
  • With this film, Hugh Jackman emerges as the first actor to be credited as playing a comic book hero in four consecutive films since Christopher Reeve as Superman. (Patrick Stewart also appears in this film and the 3 previous X-Men films, though his appearance is uncredited, with CGI used to make him appear younger, as was used in X-Men: The Last Stand.)
    Robin Hood: Men in Tights [1993]
  • Sir Patrick Stewart plays King Richard in the movie, and previously played Robin Hood in an episode of [Star Trek: The Next Generation] titled {Qpid}.
  • While Sir Patrick Stewart speaks with a thick Scottish accent when he first appears, it changes to his natural accent when he marries Robin and Marion.
  • Sir Patrick Stewart plays King Richard talking in a thick Scottish accent, a reference to Sir Sean Connery's performance in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Some critics found Connery's accent inappropriate for the role, since King Richard would not have spoken with a Scottish burr (thus providing comedic fodder for Mel Brooks). Technically, an English accent would have been no more appropriate than Sir Sean Connery's Scottish accent and a French accent would have been best for Richard (and any other nobles of the time, possibly including Robin), as "English" did not yet exist as a language and English nobles spoke Anglo-Norman, a dialect of Old French, while the common folk spoke Old-English, an Anglo-Frisian tongue that has more in common with Old Norse than with Modern English.
  • Sir Patrick Stewart, who plays King Richard, was born and grew up in Mirfield, a mere two miles from the reputed site of Robin Hood's final resting place in the grounds of Kirklees Hall, West Yorkshire.
    Aladdin [2019]
  • Sir Patrick Stewart campaigned for the role of Jafar. He had previously turned down the role in Aladdin (1992) and has regretted it ever since.
    Hercules [1997]
  • John Goodman, Jim Belushi, Jeffrey Tambor, Gregory Peck, and Patrick Stewart were all considered for the role of Zeus. All of them but Gregory Peck would later however star in Future Disney Animated Films: -John Goodman would voice Pacha in The Emperor's New Groove (2000), James P. Sullivan in Monsters Inc (2001), Baloo in Jungle Book 2, and Big Daddy in The Princess and the Frog (2009), which is also directed by John Musker & Ron Clements. -Patrick Stewart would voice Mr. Woolensworth the Sheep in Chicken Little (2005). -Jim Belushi would voice Benny the Squirrel in The Wild (2006). - Jeffrey Tambor would voice the Big Nose Thug in Tangled (2010). John Goodman and Tate Donovan (voice of Hercules) would appear together in Argo (2012)
    Star Trek: Picard - Season 1 [2020]
  • Maps and Legends (2020): When arriving at Starfleet HQ Admiral Gurney is being paged over the intercom. Patrick Stewart played Gurney Halleck in the film Dune (1984).
  • Remembrance (2020): Picard likens the Romulan supernova evacuation effort to the Dunkirk evacuation of World War II. Patrick Stewart's father assisted in the Dunkirk evacuation.
  • With this series, Patrick Stewart becomes the second actor to appear as a main character in two different live-action Star Trek series, reprising his starring role from [Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)]. The first was Michael Dorn, who played Worf as a main character in The Next Generation and [Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993)]. Colm Meaney also appeared as Miles O'Brien in those series, but was only credited as a main character in Deep Space Nine. However, Stewart is the first actor to have the main starring role in two different live-action Trek shows.
  • Patrick Stewart cites his previous film "Logan (2017)" as an influence on the show, pointing out that in both features the characters are still the same but their world has changed and they have to adjust to these changes. Stewart admits that "Logan (2017)" encouraged him to attempt something different with his role.
  • Picard's dog, Number One, is played by a rescue pit bull named Dinero. Patrick Stewart insisted that Picard have a dog of that breed, as he and his wife volunteer with a pit bull rescue organization. Writer and producer Michael Chabon commented that while Dinero is a very friendly and affectionate dog, he's not much of an actor. Several planned scenes with Number One had to be reworked because Dinero wouldn't take direction.
  • Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2 (2020): This is the second time Patrick Stewart has played a character who's consciousness was transported into another body, also played by Patrick Stewart, at death. The first was X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), albeit in a brief after-credit scene. While it was not established in the final cut of that movie, the idea was initially that the inert body that Charles Xavior's consciousness took over was, in fact, his twin brother. At birth Charles was born with a powerful, superhuman mind, while his brother was the oposite, and was born basically brain dead.
    Quotes From/About Patrick Stewart
    Captain Picard
    (Patrick Stewart)
    [Star Trek: The Next Generation]
    Space... The final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. It's continuing mission, to explore strange new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations. To boldly go where no one has gone before.