People

Patrizia Pellegrino

born July 28th, 1962

Patrizia Pellegrino (born 28 July 1962) is an Italian actress, television personality and singer.

Patrizia Webley

born December 1st, 1950

Patrizia Webley (born and sometimes credited as Patrizia De Rossi, 1 December 1950) is an Italian actress. She acted mainly in horror films and erotic films.

Patroklos Karantinos

born April 10th, 1903

Patroklos Karantinos was a Greek architect of early modernism in Greece. He was born in Constantinople and died in Athens.

Patsy Byrne

born July 13th, 1933

Patricia Anne Thirza Byrne (13 July 1933 – 17 June 2014) was an English actress, best known for her role as "Nursie" in Blackadder II as well as Malcolm's domineering Mother, Mrs Stoneway in all seven series of the ITV comedy Watching  between 1987 and 1993.

Patsy Cline

died March 5th, 1963

Patsy Cline was an American singer. She is considered one of the most influential vocalists of the 20th century and was one of the first country music artists to cross over into pop music. Cline had several major hits during her eight-year recording career, including two number-one hits on the Billboard Hot Country and Western Sides chart.

Patsy Donovan

March 16th, 1865 - December 25th, 1953

Patrick Joseph Donovan was an Irish born right fielder and manager in Major League Baseball who played for several teams from 1890 to 1907, most notably the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Patsy Garrett

born May 4th, 1921

Virginia "Patsy" Garrett was an American actress and singer. Beginning her career as a radio performer at the age of seven, Garrett is best known for her seven years on Fred Waring's Pleasure Time radio show during the 1940s, as well as for her recurring television and film roles; as nosy neighbor Mrs. Florence Fowler on Nanny and the Professor (1970–1971), school secretary Miss Hogarth on Room 222 (1972–1973), as Mary Gruber in the Benji series of motion pictures beginning in 1974, and as a commercial spokesperson for Purina Cat Chow cat food.

Patsy Hendren

born February 5th, 1889

Elias Henry Hendren, known as Patsy Hendren, was an English first-class cricketer, active 1907 to 1937, who played for Middlesex and England. He also had a concurrent career as a footballer and had a long tenure with Brentford F.C. He was born in Turnham Green and died in Tooting Bec. A right-handed batsman who occasionally bowled off breaks, Hendren was one of the most prolific batsmen of the inter-war period, averaging 47.63 in his 51 Test matches and 50.80 in all his first-class matches. He has the third highest first-class run aggregate of 57,611 runs, and his total of 170 centuries ranks second only to Hobbs, who was a personal friend. Hendren was a noted wit, a keen practical joker and had a talent for mimicry.

Patsy Kelly

January 12th, 1910 - September 24th, 1981

Patsy Kelly was an American actress. She is known for her role as the brash, wisecracking sidekick to Thelma Todd in a series of short comedy films produced by Hal Roach in the 1930s. Kelly's career continued in similar roles after Todd's death in 1935.

Patsy Kensit

born March 4th, 1968

Patricia Jude Kensit is an English actress and was the lead singer of the pop band Eighth Wonder in the 1980s.

Patsy O'Hara

died May 21st, 1981

Patsy O'Hara was an Irish republican hunger striker and member of the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA). O'Hara was one of 22 Irish republicans who died on hunger-strike.

Patsy Palmer

born May 26th, 1972

Julie Anne Merkell (née Harris; born 26 May 1972), known professionally as Patsy Palmer, is an English DJ and actress, known for her roles as Natasha in the children's drama series Grange Hill (1985–1987), and Bianca Jackson in the BBC soap opera EastEnders (1993–1999, 2008–2014, 2019), which earned her the British Soap Award for Best Actress.

Patsy Rowlands

January 19th, 1931 - January 22nd, 2005

Patricia Amy Rowlands (19 January 1931 – 22 January 2005) was an English actress who is best remembered for her roles in the Carry On films series, as Betty Lewis in the ITV Thames sitcom Bless This House, and as Alice Meredith in the Yorkshire Television sitcom Hallelujah!.

Patti Deutsch

December 16th, 1943 - July 26th, 2017

Patricia Deutsch Ross (born Elaine Patricia Deutsch; December 16, 1943 – July 26, 2017) was an American actress and comedian who was well known as a recurring panelist on the 1970s game shows Match Game and Tattletales.

Patti Karr

July 10th, 1932 - July 11th, 2020

Patti Karr (July 10, 1932 – July 11, 2020), born Patsy Lou Karkalits, was an American actress, dancer, and singer in Broadway musicals, and in film and television.

Patti LaBelle

born May 24th, 1944

Patricia Louise Holte (born May 24, 1944) best known as Patti LaBelle, is an American R&B singer, actress and businesswoman. LaBelle is referred to as the "Godmother of Soul". She began her career in the early 1960s as lead singer and frontwoman of the vocal group Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles. Following the group's name change to Labelle in the 1970s, they released the popular number-one hit "Lady Marmalade". As a result, after the group split in 1976, LaBelle began a successful solo career, starting with her critically acclaimed debut album, which included the career-defining song, "You Are My Friend". LaBelle became a mainstream solo star in 1984 following the success of the singles "If Only You Knew", "Love, Need and Want You" (later sampled for 2002's "Dilemma"), "New Attitude" and

Patti LuPone

born April 21st, 1949

Patti Ann LuPone is an American actress and singer best known for her work in musical theater. After starting her professional career with The Acting Company in 1972 she soon gained acclaim for her leading performances on the Broadway and West End stage. She has won three Tony Awards, two Olivier Awards, and two Grammy Awards, and was a 2006 inductee to the American Theater Hall of Fame.

Patti Murin

born September 28th, 1980

Patti Murin (born September 28, 1980) is an American actress, singer and dancer. On Broadway, she has originated the title role in Lysistrata Jones (2011) and Princess Anna in Frozen (2018). She also had a recurring role as Dr. Nina Shore in the NBC medical drama Chicago Med from 2016 to 2019.

Patti Smith

born December 30th, 1946

Patricia Lee Smith is an American singer, songwriter, poet, painter, and author who became an influential component of the New York City punk rock movement with her 1975 debut album Horses.

Pattie Boyd

born March 17th, 1944

Patricia Anne Boyd is an English model and photographer. She was one of the leading international models during the 1960s and, with Jean Shrimpton, epitomised the British female look of the era. Boyd married George Harrison in 1966, experiencing the height of the Beatles' popularity and sharing in their embrace of Indian spirituality. She divorced Harrison in 1977 and married Harrison's friend Eric Clapton in 1979; they divorced in 1989. Boyd inspired Harrison's song "Something", and Clapton's songs "Layla", "Bell Bottom Blues" and "Wonderful Tonight".

Pattie Mallette

born April 2nd, 1975

Patricia Mallette is the mother of Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber. She also managed her son's early career. Her autobiography, Nowhere but Up, was published in 2012 by Christian book publisher Revell, and was number 17 on the New York Times Best Seller list during its first week of release.

Pattie Ungsumalynn

born July 13th, 1991

Ungsumalynn Sirapatsakmetha (Thai: อังศุมาลิน สิรภัทรศักดิ์เมธา, RTGS: Angsumalin Siraphatsakmetha; born 13 July 1991), nickname Pattie (Thai: แพทตี้), is a Thai film and television actress and model. She has starred in many films and television series such as Hormones (2008), Bangkok Traffic (Love) Story (2009), Hormones: The Series (2013–2014), Princess Hours (2017), Fleet of Time (2019).

Patton Oswalt

born January 27th, 1969

Patton Oswalt is an American stand-up comedian and actor. His acting roles include Spence Olchin in the sitcom The King of Queens (1998–2007) and narrating the sitcom The Goldbergs (2013–2023) as adult Adam F. Goldberg. After making his acting debut in the Seinfeld episode "The Couch", he has appeared in a variety of television series, such as Parks and Recreation, Community, Two and a Half Men, Drunk History, Reno 911!, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Archer, Veep, Justified, Kim Possible, Modern Family, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. He portrayed Principal Ralph Durbin in A.P. Bio (2018–2021) and Matthew the Raven in the TV series The Sandman (2022–present).

Pattranite Limpatiyakorn

born May 23rd, 2000

Pattranite Limpatiyakorn (Thai: ภัทรานิษฐ์ ลิ้มปติยากร; RTGS: Phatthranit Limpatiyakon; IPA: [pʰát.tʰraː.nít lím.pà.tì.jaː.kɔːn]; born 23 May 2000), nicknamed Love (Thai: เลิฟ), is a Thai actress. Pattranite became an actress under GMMTV after passing an audition in 2018. After He's Coming to Me (2019) and 2gether: The Series (2020), she has also been acclaimed for her girls' love role in the series Bad Buddy (2021).

Patty Donahue

born March 29th, 1956

Patricia Jean Donahue was the lead singer of the 1980s new wave group the Waitresses. She is best known for the band’s singles "I Know What Boys Like" and "Christmas Wrapping".

Patty Duke

December 14th, 1946 - March 29th, 2016

Anna Marie "Patty" Duke (December 14, 1946 – March 29, 2016) was an American actress and mental health advocate. Over the course of her acting career, she was the recipient of an Academy Award, two Golden Globe Awards, three Primetime Emmy Awards, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Duke was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 1982. Following her diagnosis, she devoted much of her time to advocating for and educating the public on mental health. She was also an occasional singer and author.

Patty Fendick

born March 31st, 1965

Patty Fendick is a former professional tennis player and the former women's tennis program head coach at University of Texas.

Patty Griffin

born March 16th, 1964

Patricia Jean Griffin is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. She is a vocalist and plays guitar and piano. She is known for her stripped-down songwriting style in the folk music genre. Her songs have been covered by numerous musicians, including Emmylou Harris, Ellis Paul, Kelly Clarkson, Rory Block, Dave Hause, Sugarland, Bette Midler and The Chicks.

Patty Hearst

born February 20th, 1954

Patricia Campbell Hearst is the granddaughter of American publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst. She first became known for the events following her 1974 kidnapping by the Symbionese Liberation Army. She was found and arrested 19 months after being abducted, by which time she was a fugitive wanted for serious crimes committed with members of the group. She was held in custody, and there was speculation before trial that her family's resources would enable her to avoid time in prison.

Patty Hill

born March 27th, 1868

Patty Smith Hill was an American composer and teacher who is perhaps best known for co-writing, with her sister Mildred Hill, the tune which later became popular as "Happy Birthday to You". She was an American nursery school, kindergarten teacher, and key founder of the National Association for Nursery Education (NANE) which now exists as the National Association For the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).

Patty Loveless

born January 4th, 1957

Patty Loveless is an American country music singer. She began performing in her teenaged years before signing her first recording contract with MCA Records' Nashville division in 1985. While her first few releases were unsuccessful, she broke through by decade's end with a cover of George Jones's "If My Heart Had Windows". Loveless issued five albums on MCA before moving to Epic Records in 1993, where she released nine more albums. Four of her albums—Honky Tonk Angel, Only What I Feel, When Fallen Angels Fly, and The Trouble with the Truth—are certified platinum in the United States. Loveless has charted 44 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including five which reached number one: "Timber, I'm Falling in Love", "Chains", "Blame It on Your Heart", "You Can Feel Bad", and "Lonely Too Long".

Patty Pravo

born April 9th, 1948

Patty Pravo is an Italian singer. She debuted in 1966 and remained most successful commercially for the rest of the 1960s and throughout the 1970s. Having suffered a decline in popularity in the following decade, she experienced a career revival in mid-late 1990s and reinstated her position on Italian music charts. Her most popular songs include "La bambola" (1968), "Pazza idea" (1973), "Pensiero stupendo" (1978), and "...E dimmi che non vuoi morire" (1997). She scored fourteen top 10 albums and twelve top 10 singles in her native Italy. Pravo participated at the Sanremo Music Festival ten times, most recently in 2019, and has won three critics' awards. She also performed twelve times at the Festivalbar.
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