The daughter of Alfred Hitchcock, Pat Hitchcock, was 93 years old. On Monday (August 9th 21st), her daughter Katie O’Connell-Fiala revealed that the sole kid to die was the renowned filmmaker.
In a few of her dad’s movies, Pat appeared in “Strangers on a Train,” “Psycho” and “Station Fright,” with tiny roles.
In films, such “Thomas Pyke’s Case,” Suspicion and Life of Riley she featured on TV, and “Suspense” as well.
Pat was also featured in the TV movies ‘Skateboard’ and ‘Six Characters in Author Search.’
Born to Alfred and his wife Alma Reville in 1928, she was Patricia Hitchcock. In 1939, the family relocated to Los Angeles and from a young age desired to perform.
Pat most of the times withdrew from acting to educate her children, but contributed to the Mystery Magazine of Alfred Hitchcock and published a biography with Laurent Bouzereau of his mother’s “Alma Hitchcock: Woman Behind the Man.”
Her father’s films were unparalleled by Hitchcock, and if anything, her father had been more severe on her than any of the other performers.