Date of Birth: 06/02/1922
Place of birth: London
Citizenship: United Kingdom
Author: Christina Minasian
Patrick Macnee was born February 6, 1922 in England. He was a popular British actor and producer.
Patrick Macnee spent his childhood in a creative atmosphere. His great-grandfather was a famous painter, and his father coached the thoroughbred stallions for horse racing. At the age of 8 years, Patrick`s parents divorced, and he and his mother moved to Svay another city. At the new place of residence, they lived under the protection of a rich aunt Evelyn Spottswood.
Patrick Macnee (Patrick Macnee) several years he studied at Eton, but because of the absenteeism was excluded. In 1937, Macnee first encounters with the film. He got the role of conventional extra in the movie "Pygmalion."
In 1939, the destiny brings McNee to serve in the Royal Navy. Also in this period, he held a course in drama school Webber Douglas.
Since the 1940s, Patrick Macnee played in the theater. Over time, his start to invite the main roles in the prestigious theaters in London. The actor has played many famous Shakespearean images.
In 1942, Patrick Macnee (Patrick Macnee) again have a chance to play in a movie. But in October he was drafted into the army, another attempt to become "known" is unsuccessful.
In 1946 he returned to the theater McNee. and several months later he was on TV. In 1947, he played a small role in the movie "Wuthering Heights." This work is made to draw attention to McNee, making it more visible to many British directors.
In the 1950s, the actor moved to Canada. There he decides to start his career again, still before that he did not have any successful role. The new country brought Patrick Macnee many roles in various television series and television movies. But this did not suit the actor, he wanted something more, so in 1955 decides to go to the United States.
In 1957, Patrick Macnee began his career in Hollywood. His first film to get a picture "Girls." But, as in Canada and in England there he was disappointed.
In 1960, Patrick Macnee (Patrick Macnee) returns home. The first successful work becomes a series "Theatre chair." Further successful works follow one another. "Thunder in Paradise" can be distinguished among the most striking films of this actor, "Wax Museum", "View to a Kill" and "Wax Museum 2", "Howl." In total, this actor played about 119 roles in films of various genres. His last role was played in 2003 in the movie