Patricia Hitchcock, daughter of legendary Alfred Hitchcock, dies
Patricia Hitchcock, daughter of veteran police writer Alfred Hitchcock, who died in 1980, has passed away.
Thousand Oaks, CA – Patricia hitchcock, the girl of director Alfred Hitchcock who died in 1980, died Monday.
Hitchcock’s youngest daughter, Katie O’Connell-Fiala, said hollywood reporter that her mother died at her home in Thousand Oaks, California.
She was 93 years old.
The only child of the British director and his wife, editor and screenwriter Alma Reville, Patricia Hitchcock was born in London in 1928.
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At the age of 11, she moved to California with her family.
In 1943, Hitchcock began acting as a teenager and quickly made her Broadway acting debut with the help of her father, appearing in Solitaire and Violet.
She then began acting in her father’s films when she got a walk-in role in Stage Fright in 1949 and soon featured Barbara Morton in Strangers on a Train in 1951.
In 1960, she also appeared in Psycho.
The actor married Jospeh E. O’Connell in 1952. The couple had three daughters.