Her’s full name is Patricia Ann Hodge. She has received the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. She is an English actress. She started her acting career in 1972 with West End, a mainstream professional theater staged. She then starred in a West End production of Pippin’ which was a musical in 1973. Pippin’s mirror director was Bob Fosse. She has twice received nominations for the Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical.
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Patricia Ann Hodge entered this world on 29 September 1946 in a Christian family. Her birthplace is Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, England. At present she is 75 years old. Her father’s name is Eric Hodge and her mother name is Marion Phillips. Patricia is the only daughter of her parents. Her parents were managers and managers of the Royal Hotel in Grimsby. She attended Wintingham Girls’ Grammar School on Welsby Avenue in Grimsby and then St Helen’s School, Northwood, Middlesex for her schooling. After completing her schooling, she took admission in Maria Gray College in Twickenham. Later she took admission in Brunel University London to train as a teacher. Hodge taught English and drama at Primary School in Russell County in Chorlwood, Hertfordshire. Apart from this, she also applied to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She started at LAMDA when she was 22 years old. She was awarded the Evelyn Evans Award for Best Actress upon graduation.
Peter Owen is a music publisher. Patricia has given birth to two sons named Alexander Richard Charles Owen and Edward Frederick James Owen.
Patricia Ann Hodge started her film career in 1977. Her first film is The Disappearance in which she played the role of Young Wife. After that she did two films in 1978. The first film is Rosie Dixon – Night Nurse in which she played the role of Sister Belter. And the second film is Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang in which she played the role of Courtroom Choir Singer. In 1980, she appeared in the film The Elephant Man as Screaming Mum. 1981 two films were released. The first film is her Charlotte in which she played the role of Teacher and the second film is Riding High in which she played Miss Hemmings. Patricia appeared in 1983 starring in the drama film Betrayal, playing the role of Emma. In 1986, she played Edward’s wife in the film Hud, which was a Norwegian crime film. In 1988, two of her films were released.
The first film was Sunset, which was an American crime mystery Western film, in which Christina Alperin was portrayed. And the second film is Just Ask for Diamond which is a British comedy crime film starring Betty Charlady/Brenda von Falkenberg. In 1996, she appeared in the film The Leading Man, a British romantic drama film, as Delevene. In 1998, she starred as Gwennie in the film Jilting Joe and as Olivia Walton in the film Prague Duet. In 2002, she played the role of Violet Mary Heaney in Before You Go, a comedy film. In 2018, she played the role of Aunt Peggy in the film Surviving Christmas with the Relatives. Patricia appeared in 2021 starring as Amy Graves in The Laureate, a romantic drama film.
Awards and Nominations
Hodge won the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2000 for her good work in money.
|Real Name||Patricia Ann Hodge|
|Age||75 year old|
|Date Of Birth||29 September 1946|
|Birth Place||Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire,|
|Occupation (s)||English actress|
Peter Douglas Owen (m 1976; died 2016)
|College||Maria Grey College in Twickenham|
|Height||5 Feet 6 Inches|
|Dress Size||16 US Approx|
|Bra (Breast)||Size 38 (approximate)|
|Waist Size||37 (approximate)|
|Hip Size||38 (approximate)|
|Shoe Size||12 (US) (approximate)|
|Are you married ?||Yes|
|Is she Lesbian||No|
|Ex- Boy friend name||–|
|Husband name||Peter Douglas Owen (m 1976; died 2016)|
- He net worth around $1.5 million.
Patricia Ann Hodge had stepped into the world of television before entering the world of film. She played Charmian in the 1973 episode of the Menace television show: “Valentine”. In 1975 she played the role of Anne Baberton in all 3 episodes of The Girls of Slender Means. In 1975, she appeared as Kate in Quiller’s Episode: “Night of the Father”. In the same year she played Ballet Teacher in The Naked Civil Servant and also did a TV film titled Great Big Groovy Horse. She played Chris Stroud in 1976’s episode of Softly, Softly: Taskforce: “A Shot in the Dark”. In 1977, she played Tisiphone in Jackanory Playhouse’s Episode: “The Apple of Discord”. She appeared as Laura Bentley in Target’s Episode: “Figures of Importance” in 1978. From 1978 to 1992, she played Phyllida Erskine-Brown in 17 episodes of Rumpole of the Bailey. In 1978 she played 2 of Disraeli’s In the episodes, Rosina Bulwer played the role of Lytton.
In the same year she played Lady Diana Cooper in 3 episodes of Edward and Mrs Simpson and as Maisie in The One and Only Phyllis Dixey. In 1979, she lent her voice to the character Princess Sasha in Lieutenant Kije. She played Ann Holly in 1980’s episode of The Professionals: “Involvement”.She went on to do several television shows such as The Other ‘Arf from 1980 to 1981, Holding the Fort from 1980 to 1982, Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years in 1981, Nanny from 1981 to 1982, Jemima Shore Investigates in 1983, Hay Fever, Behind Enemy Lines in 1985, The Life and Loves of a She-Devil in 1986, The Return of Sherlock Holmes, Robin of Sherwood and Screen Two, The Death of the Heart and First Sight in 1987, Thieves in the 1988 Night, Inspector Morse in 1989, The Shell Seekers, Victoria Wood and Spymaker: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming in 1990, Heat of the Day in 1991, Rich Tea and Sympathy in 1991, The Cloning of Joanna May in 1992, The Legacy of Reginald in 1996 Perrin and The Moonstone. She has been acting in the television industry from 1973 to the present.
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