Patricia Hodge Biography
|Date of Birth:||1946 , September-29|
|Age:||74 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 1 Inch|
|Birth Name||Patricia Ann Hodge|
|Birth Place/City||Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire|
|Married to||Peter Owen|
|Education||St. Helen's School|
Two times Olivier Award-nominated actress, Patricia Hodge is an English best known for her performance in the 1973 West End production of Pippin, which was directed by Bob Fosse. She was married to music publisher Peter Owen, with who she shares two sons. Her husband died in 2016.
Childhood, Family & Education
Patricia Hodge was born as Patricia Ann Hodge on September 29, 1946, in Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, the United Kingdom, to parents Eric Hodge and Marion Hodge. His father was the owner and manager of the Royal Hotel.
She doesn't have a child. She is of American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Hodge studied at Wintringham Girls' Grammar School in Weelsby Avenue, Grimsby and then attended St. Helen's School, Northwood, Middlesex.
She later joined Maria Grey College in Twickenham. She was an English teacher at Russell County Primary School in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire.
Movie Career & Awards
Patricia Hodge started her acting career with stage performances. She made her professional stage debut in 1971 with the Howard Barker's No-One Was Saved at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.
She performed in West End's Rookery Nook and Bob Fosse's on Pippin 1972 and 1973. Later in 1975, she appeared in The Naked Civil Servant alongside John Hurt, shortly after being featured in the BBC's Christmas production Great Big Groovy Horse (1975).
She has since appeared in many hit movies such as Betrayal, The Elephant Man, The Falklands Play, The Secret Life of Ian Fleming, The Naked Civil Servant, Just Ask for Diamond, The Leading Man, The Moonstone, The Disappearance and Lies and Whispers.
She previously had an interview with Miranda Hart.
Hodge was nominated for a BAFTA Award for her performance in a TV adaptation Hotel du Lac in 1987. She has also received the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the Money production at the Royal National Theatre.
Earnings & Net Worth
Being a successful English Hollywood and stage actress, Patricia Hodge earns a considerable amount of money from her career.
The exact net worth of the stage actress has not been disclosed. However, looking at her successful career we can assure that her total fortune should be in millions.
Details about her cars are not available but she reportedly has an expensive house in Lincolnshire. She is certainly living a lavish lifestyle.
Personal Life: Married Life & Children With Husband Peter Owen
Moving towards the personal life of Patricia Hodge, she is single and not dating a boyfriend right now. However, she was previously married to a music publisher, Peter Owen.
She and Peter tied the knot on 31 July 1976 in Tonbridge but their marital relationship ended after her husband passed away in May 2016. The pair shared two children; sons Alexander Richard Charles (born on March 1989) and Edward Frederick James (born on January 1992).