2 wins & 1 nomination.
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Dr. Quentin / Mr. Black
... Dr. Walton
E.B. Hungerford / E. B. Hungerford
P.S.I. Luv U
Uncle Ray Bailey
... Uncle Ray Bailey (as Patrick MacNee)
Sir Geoffrey Rimbatten
Gilbert Anthony Paige
David Worth / Chee / Chinese Doctor
... Lydell Hamilton
Imperious Leader / Count Iblis / Opening Credit Announcer
Dead of Night
Dr. Gheria (segment "No Such Thing as a Vampire") (as Patrick MacNee)
Major Crosby (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Arthur / Algernon Moncrieff / David Manning
Richard Page / Crawford / Alan
Police Sergeant Pine / Kesson / Mr. Darcy / ...
Algernon Moncrieff / Frank Hunter
Captain John Tregarthen / Macduff
- Iron Harp
... Captain John Tregarthen
Mr. Andrews / Wealthy Playboy / Reginald Urquart
Don Pedro / Duke of Winterset / John Smith / ...
Captain John Biersdorf
Lieutenant Honeywell / George / Henty / ...
He acted in the play, "Killing Jessica," at the Savoy Theatre in London, England with David Langton, Jennie Linden, Liz Robertson, and Angela Douglas in the cast. Bryan Forbes was director.
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9 Interviews |
2 Articles |
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1 Magazine Cover Photo |
Patrick & Diana | Patrick MacNee | Patrick McNee
6' 1" (1.85 m)
Did You Know?
[on Linda Thorson
] I would have liked her to learn how to act. It was going from a very great height. If you listen to her, you can never hear the end of a sentence. You'd never catch Diana Rigg
, not being able to hear what she said.
Has played the role of Algernon Moncrieff in three different television productions of Oscar Wilde
's "The Importance of Being Earnest".
Distinctive British accent.
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