Patrick Malahide Biography (1945-)

Original name, Patrick G. Duggan; born March 24, 1945, in Berkshire, England;father, a school secretary; mother, a cook; married Rosi Wright, June 10, 1970; children: Liam, Mairi.

Nationality
British
Gender
Male
Occupation
Actor, director
Birth Details
March 24, 1945
Berkshire, England

Famous Works

  • CREDITS
  • Stage Appearances
  • Waiter, Hotel in Amsterdam, Byre Theatre, St. Andrews, Scotland, 1969
  • George Fenton, A Boston Story, Byre Theatre, 1969
  • Blind Pew, Valiant in Velvet: A Life of Robert Louis Stevenson, Byre Theatre, 1969
  • Frank Innes, The Weir of Hermiston, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Hubert, Night Must Fall, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • The louse, The Open, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Fainall, The Way of the World, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Captain Yule, The High Bid, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Trigorin, The Sea Gull, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Sir Francis Chesney, Charley's Aunt, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Dr. Chumley, Harvey, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • (London debut) Billy Connolly, The Great Northern Welly Boot Show,Young Vic Theatre, London, 1972
  • Jimmy Porter, Look Back in Anger, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1972
  • Man in the moon, Jack and the Beanstalk, Royal Lyceun Theatre Company, 1972
  • Proteus, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, 1972
  • A priest, Gilles de Rais, Mickery Theatre, Amsterdam, Netherlands,1972
  • Sergius, Arms and the Man, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Guildenstern, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Royal LyceumTheatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Adolphus Cusins, Major Barbara, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Clov, Endgame, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Teddy, The Homecoming, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • The doctor, Woyzeck, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Guildenstern, Hamlet, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Nicobar, The Apple Cart, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Father so-and-so, God Is Good, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Photographer, Benny Lynch: Scenes from a Short Life, Royal LyceumTheatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Edward, The Voysey Inheritance, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Iniquity, Ane Satyr of the Thrie Estaites, Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, between 1973-1978
  • Wormwood, Cinderella, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Porfiri, Crime and Punishment, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Narrator, Fin Maccool, Edinburgh Festival, between 1973-1978
  • Antonio, Twelfth Night, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, between 1973-1978
  • Reverend Hale, The Crucible, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, England, 1979
  • Ariel, The Tempest, Birmingham Repertory Company (some sources cite Bristol Old Vic Theatre), 1979
  • Peter Kelly, The Android Circuit, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, then Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, between 1979-1986
  • Narrator, The Wedding Feast, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, between 1979-1986
  • The father, Beauty and the Beast, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, between1979-1986
  • Mr. Fox, 'Tis a Mad World My Masters, Bristol Old Vic Theatre,between 1979-1986
  • Deputy Chief Inspector Terry Sneed, Operation Bad Apple, Royal Court Theatre, then Crucible Theatre, both London, 1982
  • The anarchist, The Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 1982
  • Kenneth Halliwell, Cockups, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England, 1983
  • Lopahkin, The Cherry Orchard, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 1987
  • George III, In the Ruins (solo show), New Vic Studio, Bristol OldVic Theatre, then Royal Court Theatre, both 1989
  • Astrov, Uncle Vanya, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 1990
  • Mr. Sterling, The Clandestine Marriage, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 1990
  • Albie, Map of the Heart, Globe Theatre, 1991
  • Edmund Spenser, Mutabilitie, Royal National Theatre, 1997
  • Also appeared as the fool, King Lear, Bristol Old Vic Theatre; asAlexander Ivanov, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour, Traverse Theatre Company and Scottish National Orchestra, Usher Hall, Edinburgh; and as Captain Andrei Vukhov, Judgement (solo show), Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool, England, then Edinburgh Festival, later Mickery Theatre, then Dublin Theatre Festival, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Stage Director
  • The Open, Byre Theatre, St. Andrews, Scotland, between 1970-1972
  • The High Bid, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Charley's Aunt, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Harvey, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Plaza Suite, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Tango, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Enemy, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • The Price, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • The Wind in the Branches of the Sassafras Trees, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • The Puncture, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Mother Peg, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Enter a Free Man, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Lovers, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Candida, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Come Blow Your Horn, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • Hay Fever, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • A Button Missing, Byre Theatre, between 1970-1972
  • And When Love Speaks, Byre Theatre, 1971
  • Knox and Mary, Edinburgh Festival, 1972
  • SUS, Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool, England, between 1979-1986
  • Television Appearances
  • Series
  • Skipper Forbes, Snacker, Tyne/Tees, 1976
  • Colin Anderson, The Standard, BBC, 1978
  • Detective Sergeant Albert "Charlie" Chisholm, Minder, Thames, 1979-88
  • Dr. Macrae, Dear Enemy, Granada, 1981
  • Chief Inspector Roderick Alleyn, Alleyn Mysteries (also known as Inspector Alleyn and Ngaio Marsh's Alleyn Mysteries), PBS, Series I, 1993, Series II, 1994, Series III, 1995
  • Miniseries
  • Saul, Charlie, Thames, 1984
  • Mark Binney, Finney, and Raymond, The Singing Detective, BBC1, 1986
  • Magnus, The One Game, Central, 1988
  • Narrator, The Modern World: Ten Great Writers, 1988
  • Mr. Quarles, After the War, Granada, 1989, then PBS, 1990
  • Narrator, Designs on Europe (documentary), 1990
  • Colonel Mailer, Children of the North, BBC2, 1991
  • Reverend Edward Casaubon, Middlemarch, BBC, 1993, then PBS, 1994
  • Ebenezer Balfour, Kidnapped, HBO, 1995
  • Movies
  • Geoffrey Palmer, Smack and Thistle, BBC, 1991
  • George Baker and Christopher Ravenscroft, Means of Evil (also known as The Ruth Rendell Mysteries: Means of Evil), Television South, 1991
  • Chief Inspector Roderick Alleyn, Inspector Alleyn: Dead Water, PBS, 1994
  • Chief Inspector Roderick Alleyn, Hand in Glove, Arts and Entertainment, 1994
  • Chief Inspector Roderick Alleyn, Inspector Alleyn: Scales of Justice, Arts and Entertainment, 1995
  • Georg Ferdinand Duckwitz, Miracle at Midnight, The Family Channel,1998
  • Specials
  • Police sergeant, Dying Day, 1982
  • Mr. Hastymite, The December Rose, BBC, 1986, then PBS, 1987
  • Dr. Rank, A Doll's House, BBC, then PBS, 1992
  • Robert Dangerfield, The Blackheath Poisonings, PBS, 1992
  • Assistant commissioner, The Secret Agent, BBC2, then PBS, 1992
  • John Harrison, Lost at Sea: The Search for Longitude, PBS, 1998
  • Captain Claude Howlett, All the King's Men, PBS, 1999
  • Episodic
  • Colonel O'Sullivan, Flight of the Heron, BBC Scotland, 1976
  • "Gnaws," The New Avengers, Independent Television, 1976
  • Cradoc, The Eagle of the Ninth, BBC Scotland, 1977
  • Mason, "Drag Act," The Sweeney, Thames, 1978
  • First security man, "Fall Girl," The Professionals, 1978
  • Flight Lieutenant Kelly, "Dead Letter," Danger UXB, Thames, 1979
  • Charles Dickens, "You Must Believe All This," Theatre Box, Thames,1981
  • King James I, "Treason," Into the Labyrinth, HTV, 1981
  • Guy of Glastonbury, "The Black Seal," The Black Adder, BBC1, 1983
  • The visitor, "Mr. Stabs," Dramarama, 1984
  • Narrator, "The Outsider," Omnibus, BBC1, 1985
  • "And What Shall We Do for a Ring?" Chance in a Million, Thames, 1986
  • Dr. Michael Harrison, "In It for the Monet," Boon, Central, 1989
  • Sir Hugo Carey-Holden, "The Italian Venus," Lovejoy, 1991
  • Jeremy Boynton, "Driven to Distraction," Inspector Morse, Central,1992
  • Also appeared in episodes of The Mourning Brooch, Something toSing About, and Wax Fruit, all BBC Scotland; appeared in John McNab.
  • Other Television Appearances
  • Wings, BBC1, 1977
  • Dr. Stukeley, The Amazing Dr. Newton, BBC, 1978
  • Shoestring, BBC1, 1978
  • The Chinese Detective, BBC1, 1981
  • Tim Curry, Videostars, BBC, 1983
  • Himself, Please Keep Your Feet off the Stage (documentary), Grampian, 1984
  • Mr. Jingle, The Pickwick Papers, BBC, 1985
  • Pity in History, BBC, 1985
  • Detective Sergeant Albert "Charlie" Chisholm, Minder on the Orient Express, 1985
  • John Carter, The Russian Soldier, BBC2, 1986
  • Title role, Our Geoff, BBC, 1987
  • Arthur Starkey, News at Twelve, Central, 1987
  • Jean, Miss Julie, BBC, 1987
  • Robert Blair, The Franchise Affair, BBC, 1988
  • Detective Sergeant Albert "Charlie" Chisholm, Minder: An Officer and aCar Salesman, 1988
  • Uncle Adrian, Living with Dinosaurs, 1989
  • Mike Mansfield, The Investigation: Inside a Terrorist Bombing (also known as Who Bombed Birmingham?), HBO, 1990
  • Chief Inspector Miller Smith, Force of Duty, BBC-Northern Ireland,1992
  • Bailie Creech, Deacon Brodie, BBC1, 1997
  • Also appeared in The Great Tay Bridge Disaster and Sutherland's Law, both BBC Scotland; Squadron and The Underground Man, both BBC; Love Lies Bleeding, Yorkshire; and Murphy's Stroke, Thames.
  • Television Work
  • Miniseries
  • (As P.G. Duggan) Executive producer (with Michael Wearing and James Mitchell) The Writing on the Wall (also known as Operation Schmetterling and Soft Targets), BBC, 1996
  • Film Appearances
  • (Film debut) Major Conway, Sweeney II, 1978
  • Colin, Comfort and Joy, Universal, 1984
  • Morgan, The Killing Fields, Warner Bros., 1984
  • Reverend Keach, A Month in the Country, 1987
  • Reverend Edwin Sorleyson, December Bride, 1990
  • Inspector Carson, A Man of No Importance, 1994
  • George Bucsan, Two Deaths, 1995
  • Governor Ainslee, Cutthroat Island (also known as Corsari and Die Piratenbraut), 1995
  • Perkins, The Long Kiss Goodnight, New Line Cinema, 1996
  • Kleist, The Beautician and the Beast, Paramount, 1997
  • Timo, 'Til There Was You, Paramount, 1997
  • Lamb, U.S. Marshals, Warner Bros., 1998
  • Dr. Melrose, Heaven, Miramax, 1998
  • Mr. Lancing, Captain Jack, 1998
  • Mr. Lachaise, The World Is Not Enough (also known as Pressure Point and T.W.I.N.E.), United Artists, 1999
  • Peter Teller, Fortress 2 (also known as Fortress II: Escape from Skycell and Fortress 2: Re-entry), TriStar, 1999
  • Commissioner Daly, Ordinary Decent Criminal (also known as EinGanz gewoehnlicher Dieb), Miramax, 2000
  • Delbene, Quills, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 2000
  • Principal, Billy Elliot, USA Films, 2000
  • The Final Curtain, Universal Focus, 2001
  • Radio Appearances
  • Appeared as Pastor Manders, Ghosts; as the prince, The Leopard; and as Percy Phelps, The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes; narrator ofThe Chinese Garden, Mandala, and Post Captain; also appeared in The Colour of Blood, The Island of Sheep, and So Long Life.
  • RECORDINGS
  • Audio Books
  • Sherlock Holmes--Memoirs, 1992
  • Classic Tales of Horror, 1995
  • Inspector Morse--Driven to Distraction, 1995
  • Classic Short Stories--Volumes 5 and 6, 1996
  • Goodnight Mister Tom, Puffin Audio Tape, 1997
  • Vintage Crime Stories, Dual Dolphin, 1997
  • Classic Railway Murders, Tangled Web Audio, 1997
  • Other audio books include The Five Red Herrings, Chivers Audio Books; The Naked Country, Chivers Audio Books; and The Tiger in the Smoke, Reed Abridged.
  • WRITINGS
  • Plays
  • (With John Steer) And When Love Speaks (based on works by WilliamShakespeare), Byre Theatre, 1971
  • Television Scripts
  • (As P.G. Duggan) Reasonable Force (movie), BBC2, 1988
  • (As P.G. Duggan) The Writing on the Wall (miniseries; also known as Operation Schmetterling and Soft Targets), BBC, 1996
  • Radio Scripts
  • (As P.G. Duggan) The Hireling: The Life of Patrick Ivanovich Gordon, BBC Scotland, 1984

Further Reference

OTHER SOURCES

    Electronic:
    • Patrick Malahide Web Site, http://www.patrickmalahide.com.

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