Pat Hitchcock is the only daughter of the popular film director of Alfred Hitchcock. She is also an actress and producer.
Pat Hitchcock was born on July 7, 1928, in Kensington, London, the United Kingdom to Alfred Hitchcock and Alma Reville.
In 1947, Pat Hitchcock graduated from Marymount High School in Los Angeles where she started her education.
She further her education at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Alfred Hitchcock’s daughter
Pat appeared in several movies, including her father’s films Strangers on a Train (1951), Psycho (1960) and Stage Fright (1950).
Stage Fright was Hitchcock’s first British-made feature film since emigrating to Hollywood. In it, Pat played the role of a jolly acting student named Chubby Bannister, one of Wyman’s school chums.
Pat Hitchcock died on 9 August 2021 at the age of 93 at her home in Thousand Oaks, California, in the United States of America. Her death was confirmed by her daughter Katie O’Connell-Fiala but the cause of Pat Hitchcock’s death was not revealed.
In 1984, while discussing getting roles in Alfred’s films, the actress told the Washington Post, “I wish he had believed in nepotism. I’d have worked a lot more.”
“But he never had anyone in his pictures unless he believed they were right for the part,” she continued at the time. “He never fit a story to a star or to an actor. Often I tried to hint to his assistant, but I never got very far. She’d bring my name up, he’d say, ‘She isn’t right for it,’ and that would be the end of that.”
Pat Hitchcock Net Worth
How much was Pat Hitchcock worth at the time of her death? Pat Hitchcock had an estimated net worth of $150 at the time of her death. She was one of the richest UK actresses.
Pat Hitchcock Height
How tall was Pat Hitchcock? Pat Hitchcock stood at a height of 5 inches tall and weighed about 77kg.
Pat Hitchcock Daughters
She married Joseph E O’Connell Jr in new york in 1992, and they had three daughters named Mary Alma Stone, Teresa Tere Carrubba, and Kathleen Katie Fiala. Pat, additionally to acting, contributed to Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine and co-authored her mother’s biography with Laurent Bouzereau titled Alma Hitchcock: the woman Behind the man.
Pat retired from acting for her children whom she had together with her late husband Joseph E. O’Connell Jr., who died in 1994. She is survived by their daughters Mary Stone, Tere Carrubba and Katie O’Connell-Fiala, also as several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Many fans have paid tribute to the actor on Twitter. One person wrote: “Patricia Hitchcock was one of the many reasons that ‘Strangers on a Train’ remains my favorite Hitchcock film. She’s a joy to watch and I hate that we’re losing her link to this rich cinematic legacy. She’ll be greatly missed.”