Mostly Credited As: Pat Hitchcock
Patricia Hitchcock O'Connell was born on July 7th, 1928, in London, England. Her parents were movie director Alfred Hitchcock and film editor Alma Reville. Known as Pat Hitchcock during her television and movie acting career, she married Joseph O’Connell in 1952 and had three daughters. Pat Hitchcock started her acting career doing summer stock on stage during the 1940s. She appeared in two Broadway plays: Solitaire in 1942, and Violet in 1944. Miss Hitchcock appeared in three major movies directed by her father, Alfred, as well as in ten episodes of his television show, Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
Patricia Hitchcock O’Connell produced a film, a documentary called The Man on Lincoln’s Nose, in 2000. In 2003, she co-authored a biography of her mother, called Alma Hitchcock: the Woman Behind the Man.