Patrick O'Neal (Actor)

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(09-26-1927 - 09-09-1994) Age 67

Patrick O'Neal was a very successful Hollywood leading man. He appeared in Tatum in Papermoon.


He appeared in the following 2 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater
Date Episode Title Plot
01/07/1974 0002 The Return of the Moresbys A husband kills his wife for donating all their money. Now, he is certain that she has been reincarnated in the form of a cat to wreak revenge on him.
02/26/1974 0046 The Edge of Death A farmer can't do anything but watch helplessly as his wife is slowly consumes by an undefined illness. One day he finds a strange case and an even stranger person without a mouth seeking it desperately. He becomes convinced that the case contains a miracle remedy that can save his wife.

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Tatum O'Neal is the daughter of Ryan O'Neal. Patrick is not related to either and was not in "Paper Moon".

m. bergman

Perfect in the role of an amoral cad. Somehow loathsome and likable at the same time.


Patrick Wisdom O'Neal (September 26, 1927 – September 9, 1994) was an American television, stage and film actor and New York restaurateur. O'Neal was seen mostly as a guest star on US television throughout four decades, beginning in the 1950s. In the early 1960s he received critical praise for his leading role on Broadway in Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana. O'Neal appeared in several films of the mid-1960s. In 1969 he had a leading role in John Huston's The Kremlin Letter, and a supporting role in the western El Condor, starring Jim Brown and Lee Van Cleef. He appeared in the 1973 hit The Way We Were. In 1972 he portrayed a murderous architect in the Columbo episode "Blueprint For Murder". In 1990 he played Police Commissioner Kevin Quinn in Sidney Lumet's Q and A.


Patrick O'Neal had a 50+ year career in entertainment appearing on Broadway and in over 130 films and television programs. His Broadway credits include Oh Men, Oh Women, The Night Of The Iguana and A Far Country. His film credits include The Mad Magician, In Harm's Way, King Rat, From The Terrace, The Way We Were, The Stepford Wives, Chamber of Horrors, Silent Night, Bloody Night, The Stuff, For The Boys and Under Siege. His television credits include One Step Beyond, the Twilight Zone, the Alfred Hitchcock Hour, the Outer Limits, Night Gallery, Marcus Welby, M. D., Cannon, McCloud, Medical Center, Barnaby Jones, Columbo, Tales Of The Unexpected, Hotel and Murder, She Wrote.


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