Pat Hitchcock dead: Daughter of Alfred Hitchcock and Strangers on Train star dies aged 93
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Pat Hitchcock, who starred in Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train, died at her home in Thousand Oaks, California, on Monday. Tributes have poured in on social media after the news was confirmed.
Pat was her famous dad’s only daughter and has starred in a number of his films including Strangers on a Train, Psycho and Stage Fright.
She also appeared in other big-screen productions, including The Case of Thomas Pyke, as well as TV series such as Suspense, Suspicion and The Life of Riley.
The actress was also involved in 10 episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
Pat’s youngest daughter Katie Fiala confirmed the news of her death to the Hollywood Reporter.
Fans have since flocked to Twitter to offer their condolences following the news.
One wrote: “Goodbye to Pat Hitchcock, who was glorious.”
Another commented: “RIP Pat Hitchcock, daughter of Alfred, tremendous actress in her own right. It was a privilege to meet her and talk to her 20 years ago when she attended the Reno Film Festival. I will never forget the wonderful conversation we had!”
A third penned: “So sad to hear that the news that Pat Hitchcock has passed away. To me she was always the highlight of every film she was in, and her Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode ‘Into Thin Air’ is one of my absolute favourites. She just seemed like such an incredibly sweet person.”
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