Appeared (as "Andrew Wyke"; replacement) in "Sleuth" on Broadway. Mystery/thriller. Written by Anthony Shaffer
. Scenic Design by Carl Toms. Lighting Design by William Ritman. Directed by Clifford Williams. Music Box Theatre: 12 Nov 1970-13 Oct 1973 (1222 performances + 4 previews that began on 9 Nov 1970). Cast: Keith Baxter (...
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Patrick & Diana | Patrick MacNee | Patrick McNee
6' 1" (1.86 m)
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[on Alec Guinness
] The whole thing about Guinness was, of course, was that he was a closet - but not all that closet - homosexual. There's so much of all that coming out, as though it makes a difference to their talent - which it basically doesn't. But Guinness had a problem, because most people thought he was heterosexual - because he was married and had a son - but basically he was homosexual. ...
He was born to a wealthy and extraordinarily eccentric family. As his father (Daniel Macnee), a race horse trainer, drank and gambled the family's money away, his mother (Dorothea Mary Henry) took young Patrick to live with her lover, Evelyn, in a huge mansion in southern England, where he wore kilts until the age of 11.
Chilly but mellifluous voice, often used to menacing effect