Patrick Stewart provides the voice of Avery Bullock in FOX's animated comedy "American Dad." On the big screen, he narrates Seth MacFarlane's "Ted," starring Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis, and recently voiced the characters of Ariscratle in "Ice Age: Continental Drift" and Bill Shakespeare in "Gnomeo and Juliet."

Patrick Stewart is an internationally respected actor who has helped to bridge the gap between the theatrical world of the Shakespearean stage and contemporary film and television. He's been nominated for numerous Tony, Emmy, SAG and Golden Globe Awards, including Tony Award nominations for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play for his recent on-stage performances in "Macbeth" and "Hamlet." For the latter, he won the What's On Stage Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Stewart won a Grammy Award in 1996 for his narrative work on "Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf." In 2010, he received a knighthood in the New Year's Honours list for his services to drama. Stewart was seen on BBC Four in the U.K. in "Macbeth," directed by Rupert Goold and costarring Kate Fleetwood. He recently played Robert opposite T.R. Knight in David Mamet's "A Life in the Theatre" at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre New York, directed by Neil Pepe, and was seen on stage at The Chichester Festival Theatre in Edward Bond's production of "Bingo: Scenes of Money and Death," telling the tale of William Shakespeare's last days.

In 2009, Stewart played opposite Ian McKellen in the critically acclaimed production of Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" at The Theatre Royal Haymarket before taking it on a sold-out tour around the country. Stewart and McKellen won the Award for Theatre Event of the Year at the 2010 What's on Stage Awards. Stewart was reunited with the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2005 in their productions of "Anthony and Cleopatra" and "The Tempest." Later that year, Stewart performed a limited run of his universally acclaimed solo production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" at The Albery Theatre, in which he played more than 40 characters. He was awarded the Best Solo Performance award at the Theatregoers' Choice Awards. He first performed this acclaimed one-man show for Broadway audiences in 1991, earning a Drama Desk Award for Best Solo Performer, and he went on to perform the show throughout the United States and London, earning an Olivier Award nomination for Best Actor and the Olivier Award for Best Entertainment for Solo Performance in 1993.

Stewart's other stage credits include Ibsen's "The Master Builder on the West End Stage," "Johnson Over Jordan" in Leeds, and Guthris Theatre's critically acclaimed production of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" He also appeared on Broadway in Arthur Miller's "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan," which received a Tony nomination for Best Play. In 1998, Stewart received critical acclaim for his unconventional portrayal of the title role of "Othello" at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington DC. He appeared in "The Tempest" on Broadway, "Yonadab" at the National Theatre and Peter Brook's production of "Antony and Cleopatra." He also appeared in "The Merchant of Venice" and the now legendary Peter Brook production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Stewart has a long-standing relationship with the Royal Shakespeare Company and is an Honorary Associate Artist, having been made an Associate Artist in 1967. He has adapted several works for the stage, television and radio.

On the big screen, Stewart was seen in "X-Men 3: The Last Stand" alongside original cast members Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry and Ian McKellen, directed by Brett Ratner. He also appeared in 2003's "X-Men 2." Stewart's role as Professor Xavier earned him a nomination for Favorite Actor in the Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. In 2002, Stewart was seen in the tenth installment of Paramount Pictures' "Star Trek" feature films, "Star Trek: Nemesis," reprising his iconic role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. He also appeared in "Star Trek: Generations" (1994), "Star Trek: First Contact" (1996) and "Star Trek: Insurrection" (1998).

Stewart's other film credits include the title role in "King of Texas," the film adaptation of Paul Rudnick's play "Jeffrey," "Hedda," "Dune," "Lady Jane," "Excalibur," "L.A. Story," "Death Train," "Robin Hood: Men in Tights," "Gunmen," "Masterminds," "The Pagemaster," "Conspiracy Theory," "Safe House" and "Dad Savage." He also lends his voice to characters in "The Prince of Egypt," "Steamboy," "Chicken Little," "The Game of Their Lives," "Bambi 2" and "The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius."

On television, Stewart starred in the science-based drama "Eleventh Hour" for Granada. He made a guest appearance as a demented version of himself in the BBC comedy "Extras," a role which earned him an Emmy nomination. He starred in and executive produced the Showtime remake of "The Lion in Winter," which garnered a Golden Globe nomination. His television credits include TNT's "A Christmas Carol," for which he earned a SAG Award nomination, and "Moby Dick," which garnered both Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Stewart originated the role of Jean-Luc Picard in the hit series "Star Trek: The Next Generation," which aired from 1988 to 1994; this role earned him Best Actor nominations from the American TV Awards and the Screen Actors Guild. In addition to his starring role, he also directed several episodes, one of which ("A Fistful of Datas" 1987) received an Emmy Award.

For the BBC, Stewart was seen in the acclaimed miniseries "I, Claudius," "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" and "Smiley's People." He has also portrayed Salieri in "The Mozart Inquest," Oedipus in "Oedipus Rex," and Rev. Anderson in "The Devil's Disciple." Other television roles include the title role in "The Canterville Ghost," "In Search of Dr. Seuss" and "The Simpsons," as well as hosting several documentary series including "The Shape of the World" and "MGM: When the Lion Roars." He has also contributed his voice to several episodes of "American Dad" and "Family Guy."

In 2001, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth conferred on Stewart the order of the Officer of the British Empire (O.B.E.).


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Age: 77 years old
Birthday: July 13, 1940
Height: 5' 10"
Full Name / Real Name: Patrick Hewes Stewart
Birthplace: Mirfield, Yorkshire, England, UK
Wife: Wendy Neuss (8/25/2000 - 2003, divorced)
Sheila Falconer (3/3/1966 - 1990, divorced, 2 children)

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