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 / ...
Appeared in Andrew Sachs' and Jim Parker's "Made in Heaven," in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England, with Patricia Routledge
, Michael Bates, Tony Robinson, Kenneth Nelson and Jeremy Sinden in the cast. Wendy Toye
2 Print Biographies |
9 Interviews |
2 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
Patrick & Diana | Patrick MacNee | Patrick McNee
6' 1" (1.85 m)
Did You Know?
[on the film version of Sleuth
(1972)] It's bad because you really can't make a film with only two people in it. Let me put it another way: a suspense film with only two people in it. Particularly when they didn't take the trouble to make Michael Caine
look unrecognizable. Immediately after they put his first close-up on, you knew it was Michael Caine. Doesn't that ruin the whole point?
Often played menacing, sinister villains.