Making It So: A Memoir
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His beloved screen work, known to audiences worldwide, includes his iconic portrayals ofStar Trek’s Jean-Luc Picard andX-Men’s Professor Charles Xavier.
Making It So: A Memoir (Audio Download): Patrick Stewart
Stewart left home at 17 – he had received a scholarship to attend the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School – and he never lived in Mirfield again. About the Author: Sir Patrick Stewart is a distinguished stage and screen actor whose illustrious career spans six decades. He is most widely known for his roles as Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation and its successor films, and as Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men film series.When I ask if he would have achieved what he has done without the confidence given to him by these adults, he says, “I think something would have happened, but it would have taken much longer. McKellen, who is aware of his friend’s difficult beginnings, describes Stewart as “an honourable man”, a “man of principle” and “a bloody-minded Yorkshireman”. He leaves out a lot of his personal life, which may be a choice driven by a desire for privacy about his previous marriages and children, but I suspect it is in part a reflection of his primary focus having been his acting career rather than his family.
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It also helps that sir pat could do a dramatic reading of the telephone book and make it entertaining.Stewart spoke with Entertainment Weekly about his forthcoming book in a new interview, where he spoke about his experience writing the memoir. He mentions that he has Adolf Hitler to thank for his existence because his parents said goodbye before his dad went off to war and he is a product of that goodbye.
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And it’s also deeply personal with Patrick not afraid to talk about low points as well as good times. I feel the need to give that warning after seeing some discussions between disappointed readers over that aspect. When Gladys died, Stewart’s eldest brother, Geoffrey, who left home before Trevor and Patrick did, half-joked that perhaps their father was responsible.For entertainment, he turned to one of four books his family owned: an ancient encyclopedia passed down by his grandfather, a couple of war volumes belonging to his father, and a large but tattered dictionary.