Patrick Stewart

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Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart

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Patrick Stewart

Date of Birth

Birthday: July 13
Birthplace: Mirfield, Yorkshire, England

Patrick Stewart, “Claudius” in the PBS film Hamlet, is known for his role as “Captain Jean-Luc Picard” in Star Trek and “Professor Charles Xavier” in the X-Men series. Stewart is the voice of “Avery Bullock” in American Dad!, an accomplished theater actor, and serves as an official chancellor at England’s University of Huddersfield where he intermittently attends graduation ceremonies and teaches master classes for drama students.

Patrick Stewart, “Claudius” in the PBS film Hamlet, is known for his role as “Captain Jean-Luc Picard” in Star Trek and “Professor Charles Xavier” in the X-Men series. Stewart is the voice of “Avery Bullock” in American Dad!, an accomplished theater actor, and serves as an official chancellor at England’s University of Huddersfield where he intermittently attends graduation ceremonies and teaches master classes for drama students. More about the film at the official Hamlet site.

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Awards & Nominations

4 Nominations
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie - 2010
  • Nominee
  • Patrick Stewart, as Ghost / Claudius
  • Hamlet (Great Performances)
  • PBS
  • A Production of Illuminations and Royal Shakespeare Company for BBC in association with Thirteen for WNET.org and NHK
Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series - 2006
  • Nominee
  • Patrick Stewart, as Himself
  • Extras
  • HBO
  • BBC and HBO Entertainment
Outstanding Made For Television Movie - 2004
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL - 1998
  • Nominee
  • Patrick Stewart, as Captain Ahab
  • Moby Dick
  • USA
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