13 Faces of Patrick Stewart

He’s played Hamlet and a captain of a space ship. But here are 13 roles that Patrick Stewart has played just within the science fiction and fantasy genres.

*Note – I’m not recommending all of these. It’s just a list. Click on the links for more information.

1. Captain Jean Luc Picard of Star Trek: The Next Generation
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2. Professor Charles Xavier of X-Men
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3. Ebenezer Scrooge of A Christmas Carol
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4. The Canterville Ghost
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5. Gurney Halleck of Dune
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6. King Richard of Robin Hood: Men In Tights – Yes, it’s a comedy; but there’s witchcraft that qualifies it as fantasy too.
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7. King Goobot of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
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8. Nemo of Mysterious Island
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9. Mr. Woolensworth of Chicken Little
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10. Albert Drollinger of Back to Gaya (The Snurks)
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11. Professor Ian Hood of Eleventh Hour
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12. Dr. Armstrong of Lifeforce
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13. Max Winters of TMNT


The regular link thing below wasn’t working, so I’m trying this graphic one. Let me know if it still isn’t working. Thanks!


29 thoughts on “13 Faces of Patrick Stewart”

  1. I love this man. I was lucky enough to see him in a play in London last year. He stripped down to his undies on stage…

    And his voice was incredible. It seemed to shake the walls. I was way up in the nose bleeds and could hear him like he was next to me. Amazing actor.

  2. It amazed me watching the recent Star Trek 40th anniversary special just how young Patrick S. still looks. He seems to have barely aged compared to many of the other stars.

  3. The man is ageless. A brilliant actor with depth. I think my dad wishes he looked like him. Maybe of we all lived in outer space we wouldn’t age as fast too. Hmmm…

  4. I love Patrick Stewart, but haven’t seen several of these. The guy is like Michael Cane, seems incapable of turning down any role he’s offered.

    His TNT version of A Christmas Carol, is one of my all-time favorite movies. It’s both realistic/gritty and sometimes over the top, but I watch it several times a year.

    Cool list!

  5. I think I saw in an interview how he’d never really seen much sci-fi stuff before he got all these parts and how he thought it was so wonderful that he got these amazing parts.

  6. I’m such a terrible person… I read the name and did a ‘Who?’ 😉 But then I saw the pictures …. Ah! I know who you’re talking about! I’ve only seen him in 1 and 2 – the rest I haven’t watched.

    Yeah, yeah… I know… I need to get with the program. Funny how much I always learn from you Super Angela! :) Great TT!

  7. A great actor indeed. I must admit I’ve never heard of that ‘Mysterious Island’ though; I’ll have to keep an eye out for that one.

  8. I’ve always found it funny that Patrick looks the same in Dune as he does today. How long ago was that movie made? :)

    But he’ll always be Captain Picard to me, French-man with a British accent, and all.

  9. His best work by far has got to be Robin Hood: Men in Tights! That was pure GENIUS!

    I love Patrick Stewart for the simple fact that he doesn’t take himself too seriously. He knows how to have fun with his roles, and he isn’t afraid of trying something different.

  10. I lurve Patrick Stewart. Sorry I’m so late responding to your TT, I was in Jury Duty. Missed reading your entries. I have a lot of catching up to do.

  11. Patrick Stewart is Professor X!

    Do you get Ricky Gervais’ Extras show in the States? In the first series, Stewart sends himself up brilliantly as ‘actor’ who’s obsessed with actresses’ clothes all falling off and he gets to see everything… This was the first time I saw him do comedy! :)

  12. Amy – Well, glad you’re back now.

    weenie – Annie posted a link to that comedy sketch above. Too funny. No, I don’t think we’ve gotten that show in the states, but I’ve only just started watching BBC America channel.. because of the Robin Hood show.

  13. He’s also in Oblivion, the massive fantasy RPG I’m playing right now! Of course, that wouldn’t be a “face,” because it’s a video game, but I recognized his voice as soon as he started narrating.

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