Alfred Hitchcock’s daughter Patricia who starred in Strangers on a Train and Psycho dies at 93

Patricia ‘Pat’ Hitchcock has died at the age of 93.

The actress was director Alfred Hitchcock’s only child and had roles in his movies including Strangers on a Train, Stage Fright and Psycho.

She passed away at home in Thousand Oaks, California, on Monday, her youngest daughter Katie Fiala told The Hollywood Reporter

Screen legend: Patricia 'Pat' Hitchcock, who had roles in several of her director father Alfred's hit films, has died at the age of 93 (pictured in 2001)

Screen legend: Patricia 'Pat' Hitchcock, who had roles in several of her director father Alfred's hit films, has died at the age of 93 (pictured in 2001)

Screen legend: Patricia ‘Pat’ Hitchcock, who had roles in several of her director father Alfred’s hit films, has died at the age of 93 (pictured in 2001)

Pat’s biggest role in her father’s films was in 1951’s Strangers On A Train where she played Barbara Morton, the younger sister of Ruth Roman’s character Anne Morton, who watches Bruno Antony (Robert Walker) strangle a woman at a party.

She’d previously played a classmate of Jane Wyman’s character in 1950 movie Stage Fright and later briefly appeared in Psycho in 1960 as an office worker.

Pat, who studied at RADA in England and performed on Broadway as a teenager, also appeared in 10 episodes of CBS’ Alfred Hitchcock Presents from 1955-60.

Roles: The actress starred as Barbara Morton in 1951 film Strangers On A Train (pictured on set of the movie with her father in 1951)

Roles: The actress starred as Barbara Morton in 1951 film Strangers On A Train (pictured on set of the movie with her father in 1951)

Roles: The actress starred as Barbara Morton in 1951 film Strangers On A Train (pictured on set of the movie with her father in 1951)

The late actress went on to appear on TV movies including The Life of Riley, My Little Margie and The Case of Thomas Pyke. While in the 70s she had roles in several shows such as Skateboard, and Ladies of the Corridor, according to Variety.

As well as starring in movies, Pat also worked on Broadway and starred in play Solitaire in 1942 and Violet in 1944. She also appeared in The Higher Ground in 1951.

Speaking about appearing in her father’s films in 1984, she told The Washington Post that she’d be called in ‘whenever they needed a maid with an English accent’.

She continued: ‘I was brought up rather as an English child, so I knew what was expected, and I pretty much always did it. You didn’t speak unless spoken to, but it didn’t bother me or have any repercussions. I didn’t know anything else.’

On camera: Her character Barbara, the younger sister of Ruth Roman's character Anne Morton, watched Bruno Antony (Robert Walker) strangle a woman at a party (pictured the scene)

On camera: Her character Barbara, the younger sister of Ruth Roman's character Anne Morton, watched Bruno Antony (Robert Walker) strangle a woman at a party (pictured the scene)

On camera: Her character Barbara, the younger sister of Ruth Roman’s character Anne Morton, watched Bruno Antony (Robert Walker) strangle a woman at a party (pictured the scene)

Family: Pat and her parents - Alfred and Alma - had moved to the US in 1939, when she was 11, and she had spent two years at boarding school from the ages of eight to 10 (pictured in 1942)

Family: Pat and her parents - Alfred and Alma - had moved to the US in 1939, when she was 11, and she had spent two years at boarding school from the ages of eight to 10 (pictured in 1942)

Family: Pat and her parents – Alfred and Alma – had moved to the US in 1939, when she was 11, and she had spent two years at boarding school from the ages of eight to 10 (pictured in 1942)

Treading the boards: The actress also had several roles in theatre productions, including a part in Violet when she was a teenager (pictured in rehearsals for the comedy with dad Alfred)

Treading the boards: The actress also had several roles in theatre productions, including a part in Violet when she was a teenager (pictured in rehearsals for the comedy with dad Alfred)

Treading the boards: The actress also had several roles in theatre productions, including a part in Violet when she was a teenager (pictured in rehearsals for the comedy with dad Alfred)

Pat also revealed a little about how her father worked, adding that she wished her father had ‘believed in nepotism. I’d have worked a lot more.’

She continued during the interview: ‘But he never had anyone in his pictures unless he believed they were right for the part.’ 

Pat also discussed working with her famous father in 2004, saying that there wasn’t anything ‘unusual’ about it. 

According to THR, she told the TV Academy website The Interviews: An Oral History of Television: ‘There wasn’t anything unusual about it. Just like with [any other actor], we would discuss the scene and do it. We didn’t try out stuff.’  

Parts: Pat also briefly appeared in Psycho in 1960 as an office worker (pictured in the movie)

Parts: Pat also briefly appeared in Psycho in 1960 as an office worker (pictured in the movie)

Parts: Pat also briefly appeared in Psycho in 1960 as an office worker (pictured in the movie)

Working together: Pat discussed working with her famous father in 2004, saying that there wasn't anything 'unusual' about it (pictured together in an undated photograph)

Working together: Pat discussed working with her famous father in 2004, saying that there wasn't anything 'unusual' about it (pictured together in an undated photograph)

Working together: Pat discussed working with her famous father in 2004, saying that there wasn’t anything ‘unusual’ about it (pictured together in an undated photograph)

Pat and her family had moved to the US in 1939, when she was 11, and she had spent two years at boarding school from the ages of eight to 10.

She went on to marry businessman Joseph O’Connell Jr in 1952 at St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York and they had three children – daughters Mary, Tere and Katie.

After her marriage, Pat was an executive producer on documentary The Man on Lincoln’s Nose, which was directed by Daniel Raim. This was released in 2000 and about late production designer Robert F. Boyle, who had worked with her father.

Professional: Pat, who studied at RADA in England, also appeared in 10 episodes of CBS' Alfred Hitchcock Presents from 1955-60 (pictured on the Strangers On A Train set in 1951)

Professional: Pat, who studied at RADA in England, also appeared in 10 episodes of CBS' Alfred Hitchcock Presents from 1955-60 (pictured on the Strangers On A Train set in 1951)

Professional: Pat, who studied at RADA in England, also appeared in 10 episodes of CBS’ Alfred Hitchcock Presents from 1955-60 (pictured on the Strangers On A Train set in 1951)

Personal life: Pat married Joseph O'Connell Jr in 1952 and they had three children - daughters Mary, Tere and Katie (pictured with her family including Alfred and Alma in 1959)

Personal life: Pat married Joseph O'Connell Jr in 1952 and they had three children - daughters Mary, Tere and Katie (pictured with her family including Alfred and Alma in 1959)

Personal life: Pat married Joseph O’Connell Jr in 1952 and they had three children – daughters Mary, Tere and Katie (pictured with her family including Alfred and Alma in 1959)

Pat also co-wrote a book about her mother Alma Reville in the early 2000s called Alma Hitchcock: The Woman Behind the Man. 

Alma, who died in 1982, worked as a film editor and screenwriter and was married to Alfred for 54 years.

In 2012, British screenwriter Sacha Gervasi directed biopic Hitchcock about the couple with Anthony Hopkins playing Alfred and Helen Mirren portraying Alma.

Showbusiness: As well as starring in movies and plays, Pat also helped co-write a book about her mother and executive produced a documentary (pictured in 1984)

Showbusiness: As well as starring in movies and plays, Pat also helped co-write a book about her mother and executive produced a documentary (pictured in 1984)

Showbusiness: As well as starring in movies and plays, Pat also helped co-write a book about her mother and executive produced a documentary (pictured in 1984)

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