Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart

Highest Rated: 100% Hamlet (2009)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Jul 13, 1940

Birthplace: Mirfield, Yorkshire, England, UK

Equally at home on stage or screen, Sir Patrick Stewart beamed into the public's consciousness as Captain Jean-Luc Picard in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (Syndicated, 1987-94) and never left. Born in Yorkshire, England, he began acting as a youngster, attending the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in his mid-20s, performing with fellow future stars Ben Kingsley and Helen Mirren. He made his screen debut in an episode of "Story Parade" (BBC, 1964-65) but primarily concentrated on his stage career until the early-1970s. After gaining notice for his RSC performances in "Julius Caesar" and "Antony and Cleopatra," he was cast in the Russian play "The Love Girl and the Innocent" for an episode of "BBC Play of the Month" (BBC, 1965-83). His stage work crossed over to the screen as well when he recreated his acclaimed portrayal of Enobarbus for "Antony and Cleopatra" (ITVC, 1974). On television, he starred in the miniseries "North & South" (BBC, 1975) and appeared as Sejanus in "I, Claudius" (BBC2, 1976). While still performing regularly on stage, he continued acting occasionally on television, including playing Claudius in a production of "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark" (BBC, 1980) and joined the cast of the big screen King Arthur epic "Excalibur" (1981). He was cast as the lead in the series "Maybury" (BBC2, 1981-83) playing psychiatrist Dr. Edward Roebuck. Stewart also appeared in David Lynch's big-budget adaptation of Frank Herbert's sci-novel "Dune" (1984). He would soon, though, find a role that would catapult him to lasting fame. After the success of the "Star Trek" films of the 1980s, the creator of the original TV series, Gene Roddenberry created a follow-up, "Star Trek: The Next Generation" with Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the Starship Enterprise. The show weathered some early bumps to eventually find a rabid and loyal following, thanks in large part to Stewart's commanding performance. It became one of the most successful syndicated shows in television history, winning Hugo and Peabody awards. While appearing on "Next Generation," he continued making stage appearances, including starring in a one-man adaptation of Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol" that would become a recurring part of his career. After his series ended, the actor followed the role to the big screen in "Star Trek Generations" (1994), getting a chance to appear on screen with his "Star Trek" predecessor, William Shatner's James T. Kirk. He showed a markedly different side when he appeared with Steven Weber in the film adaptation of Paul Rudnick's play "Jeffrey" (1995) playing a gay decorator whose partner is infected with AIDS. He returned to playing Picard for "Star Trek: First Contact" (1996). He went on to star in the comedy "Masterminds" (1997) and play Captain Ahab in "Moby Dick" (USA Network, 1998). Another return to the Enterprise in "Star Trek: Insurrection" (1998) followed, along with a TV version of his stage performance of Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol" (TNT, 1999). As the 21st Century arrived, Stewart found another role that would nearly match Picard. Bryan Singer cast the actor as Professor Charles Xavier, leader of a group of superhero mutants, in "X-Men" (2000) based on the popular Marvel comic book. For a time, he was leading two film franchises, appearing in "Star Trek: Nemesis" (2002) and "X2: X-Men United" (2003). On television, he joined Glenn Close for a retelling of "The Lion in Winter" (Showtime, 2003). He also starred with Kyle Machlachlan in Jules Verne's "Mysterious Island" (Hallmark, 2005) and in the miniseries "Eleventh Hour" (ITV, 2006). He rejoined his mutant cohorts in the sequel "X-Men: The Last Stand" (2006). His sonorous vocal style made him a natural for voice work and the actor racked up numerous credits, including lending his talents to shows like "Family Guy" (Fox, 1999- ) and "Robot Chicken" (Cartoon Network, 2005- ). Stewart returned to his Shakespearian roots with a Tony-nominated turn in "Macbeth" and joining David Tennant for "Hamlet" (BBC2, 2009). He appeared as well with his "X-Men" co-star Ian McKellen in a production of "Waiting for Godot." Not everything was quite so highbrow, as the actor starred in the comedy "Hunting Elephants" (2013). After starring as a Juilliard dance professor in "Match" (2014), he reteamed with McKellen for another mutant adventure. His Professor X and McKellen's Magneto shared the screen with their younger versions, played by James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender, in "X-Men: Days of Future Past" (2014). The actor also starred in the holiday comedy "Christmas Eve" (2015) and the series "Blunt Talk" (Starz, 2015-16). He had a chance to play Charles Xavier one more time, starring with Hugh Jackman in "Logan" (2017). He starred with Close and John Malkovich in "The Wilde Wedding" (2017) and played Merlin in "The Kid Who Would Be King" (2019). After appearing in the reboot of "Charlie's Angels" (2019). Stewart returned to the role that first made him famous. The actor played an older Jean-Luc Picard in "Star Trek: Picard" (CBS All-Access: 2020- ).

Highest rated movies

Logan Star Trek: First Contact The Kid Who Would Be King Green Room X-Men: Days of Future Past X2 X-Men




74% 85% Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Professor Charles Xavier (Character) $409.2M 2022
73% 42% Firedrake the Silver Dragon Nettlebrand (Voice) - 2020
58% 51% Coda Henry Cole (Character) - 2019
52% 78% Charlie's Angels John Bosley (Character) $17.8M 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet #NoJoke Unknown (Character) - 2019
90% 55% The Kid Who Would Be King Adult Merlin (Character) $16.8M 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Postcards From the 48 Percent Self - 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Death Zone: Cleaning Mount Everest Narrator - 2018
27% 16% The Wilde Wedding Harold (Character) - 2017
6% 37% The Emoji Movie Poop (Voice) $86.1M 2017
No Score Yet 50% Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire Drago (Voice) - 2017
94% 90% Logan Charles (Character) $226.3M 2017
13% 33% Spark: A Space Tail The Captain (Voice) $190.5K 2016
No Score Yet 45% Journey to Space Narrator - 2015
90% 75% Green Room Darcy (Character) $3.2M 2015
0% 52% Christmas Eve Harris (Character) $82.0K 2015
44% 50% Ted 2 Narrator $81.3M 2015
76% 67% Match Tobi Powell (Character) $30.5K 2014
No Score Yet 67% Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage Narrator - 2014
90% 91% X-Men: Days of Future Past Charles Xavier (Character) $233.9M 2014
16% 68% Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return Tugg (Voice) $8.5M 2014
36% 62% Hunting Elephants Lord Michael Simpson (Character) - 2013
68% 73% Ted Narrator $218.6M 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet Icebound Narrator - 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet African Cats: Kingdom of Courage Narrator - 2011
73% 77% African Cats Narrator $15.4M 2011
55% 54% Gnomeo & Juliet Bill Shakespeare (Voice) - 2011
100% 91% Hamlet Claudius/Ghost (Character) - 2009
86% 82% Earth Narrator $32.0M 2007
34% 60% TMNT Max Winters (Voice) $54.1M 2007
50% 60% Bambi II The Great Prince (Voice) - 2006
57% 61% X-Men: The Last Stand Prof. Charles Xavier (Character) $234.4M 2006
No Score Yet 33% Snow Queen Unknown (Character) - 2006
26% 55% The Game of Their Lives Older Dent McSkimming (Character) $375.5K 2005
36% 47% Chicken Little Mr. Woolensworth (Voice) - 2005
No Score Yet 31% Back to Gaya Albert Drollinger (Voice) - 2004
60% 68% Steamboy Dr. Lloyd Steam (Voice) $410.4K 2004
No Score Yet 80% Dragon's World: A Fantasy Made Real Narrator - 2004
85% 85% X2 Professor Charles Xavier (Character) $214.9M 2003
50% 42% King of Texas John Lear (Character),
Executive Producer
- 2002
38% 49% Star Trek: Nemesis Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Character) $500.0K 2002
74% 53% Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius King Goobot (Voice) $80.9M 2001
82% 83% X-Men Xavier (Character) $157.3M 2000
40% 38% Animal Farm Napoleon (Voice) - 1999
No Score Yet 72% A Christmas Carol Mr. Ebenezer Scrooge (Character),
Executive Producer
- 1999
No Score Yet 69% Safe House Mace Sowell (Character) - 1998
80% 90% The Prince of Egypt Pharaoh Seti I (Voice) $101.3M 1998
54% 44% Star Trek: Insurrection Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Character),
Associate Producer
$70.2M 1998
No Score Yet 54% Dad Savage Dad Savage (Character) - 1998
19% 49% Masterminds Bentley (Character) $1.9M 1997
No Score Yet 69% Whales Narrator - 1997
57% 64% Conspiracy Theory Dr. Jonas (Character) $76.1M 1997
No Score Yet 58% The Canterville Ghost Sir Simon de Canterville (Character) - 1996
92% 89% Star Trek: First Contact Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Character) $92.0M 1996
70% 68% Jeffrey Sterling (Character) $3.3M 1995
No Score Yet No Score Yet Let It Be Me John (Character) - 1995
No Score Yet No Score Yet Liberation Narrator - 1994
No Score Yet 79% In Search of Dr. Seuss Sgt. Mulvaney (Character) - 1994
15% 34% Gunmen Loomis (Character) $2.9M 1994
21% 48% The Pagemaster Adventure (Voice) $12.0M 1994
47% 57% Star Trek Generations Picard (Character) $74.6M 1994
No Score Yet 67% The Secret of Life on Earth Narrator - 1993
41% 81% Robin Hood: Men in Tights King Richard (Character) $35.3M 1993
No Score Yet 34% Death Train Malcolm Philpott (Character) - 1993
56% 76% Lady Jane Henry Grey (Character) $132.0K 1986
No Score Yet 40% Code Name: Emerald Col. Peters (Character) $515.0K 1985
0% 38% The Doctor and the Devils Prof. Macklin (Character) $147.1K 1985
57% 45% Lifeforce Dr. Armstrong (Character) - 1985
89% 91% Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind Lord Yupa (Voice) - 1984
43% 65% Dune Gurney Halleck (Character) - 1984
63% 90% The Plague Dogs Major (Voice) - 1982
73% 80% Excalibur Leondegrance (Character) - 1981
No Score Yet No Score Yet Hamlet, Prince of Denmark Claudius (Character) - 1980
No Score Yet 22% Hennessy Tilney (Character) - 1975
No Score Yet 33% Hedda Ejlert Løvborg (Character) - 1975


86% 40% Star Trek: Picard Jean-Luc Picard (Character),
Executive Producer
2020 2022
No Score Yet 28% The Late Late Show With James Corden Guest 2015 2017 2020-2022
No Score Yet 8% The View Guest 2013 2015 2017 2019-2020 2022
No Score Yet No Score Yet Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter Guest 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Variety Studio: Actors on Actors Guest 2016 2020
No Score Yet 100% The Graham Norton Show Guest 2012 2017 2019-2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Animal Rescue School Narrator 2020
No Score Yet 10% Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2019-2020
No Score Yet 0% The Talk Guest 2015 2017 2019-2020
No Score Yet 44% The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Guest 2017 2020
No Score Yet 63% Family Guy Avery Bullock (Guest Voice) 2005 2007 2009-2014 2018
No Score Yet 90% American Dad! Avery Bullock/Patrick Stewart (Guest Voice) 2005-2017
No Score Yet 49% Late Night With Seth Meyers Guest 2014-2015 2017
No Score Yet 87% Conan Guest 2015 2017
54% 94% Blunt Talk Walter Blunt (Character) 2015-2016
No Score Yet 91% Robot Chicken Gurney Halleck / Harold / Jerry the Alien (Guest Voice),
Unknown (Voice)
2012 2014-2015
No Score Yet 100% Shakespeare Uncovered Guest 2015
No Score Yet 76% Last Week Tonight With John Oliver Guest 2014
No Score Yet 100% The Colbert Report Guest 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet Cosmos Unknown (Guest Voice) 2014
No Score Yet 75% Late Show With David Letterman Guest 2014
No Score Yet 100% The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Guest 2000 2003 2013
98% 81% The Hollow Crown Unknown (Character) 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet Great Performances Unknown (Character) 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Captains Close-Up Guest 2013
85% 75% The Simpsons Number One (Guest Voice) 1995 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet Who Do You Think You Are? Unknown (Guest Star) 2012
No Score Yet 94% Futurama Huntmaster (Guest Voice) 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet Mountain Gorilla: Mission Critical Host,
No Score Yet No Score Yet Eleventh Hour Unknown (Character) 2006
88% 90% Extras Unknown (Guest Star) 2005
No Score Yet 96% Sesame Street Unknown (Guest Star),
Music Performer,
1998 2000 2002 2004
95% 94% Frasier Alistair Burke (Guest Star) 2003
No Score Yet 57% Top Gear Guest 2003
No Score Yet No Score Yet Moby Dick Unknown (Character) 1998
91% 89% Star Trek: The Next Generation Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (Character),
No Score Yet 44% Saturday Night Live Host 1994
91% 88% Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Capt Jean-Luc Picard/Locutus (Guest Star) 1993
90% 100% Smiley's People Karla (Character) 1982
100% 92% I, Claudius Lucius Aelius Sejanus (Character) 1976