Patricia Hitchcock Movies and Career Information

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Jul 07, 1928
Actor and Producer

Patricia "Pat" Hitchcock O'Connell (born July 7, 1928) is a British-born American actress and producer. She is the only child of the film director Alfred Hitchcock and film editor Alma Reville. The family moved to Los Angeles, California, in March 1939. As a child, Hitchcock knew she wanted to be an actress. In the early 1940s, she began acting on the stage and doing summer stock. She performed in Broadway productions of Solitaire (1942) and Violet (1944). After graduating from Marymount High School in Los Angeles in 1947, she attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and also appeared on the London stage. In early 1949, her parents arrived in London to make Stage Fright, Hitchcock's first English-made feature film since migrating to Hollywood. Pat did not know she would have a walk-on in the movie until her parents arrived. Because she bore a resemblance to the star, Jane Wyman, her father asked if she would mind also doubling for Wyman in the scenes that required "danger driving." She had small roles in three of her father's movies: Stage Fright (1950) in which she played a jolly acting student named Chubby Bannister, one of Wyman's school chums; Strangers on a Train

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