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McCormack was born Patricia Ellen Russo to Elizabeth, a former roller skater, and Frank Russo, a fireman, in Brooklyn, New York. She went to Brooklyn’s New Utrecht High School. Alfred C. Cerullo III, a fellow actress and New York City politician, is her aunt.

She started modelling as a child at the age of four, and at the age of seven, she began performing on tv. She made her film debut in Two Gals and a Guy and starred as Ingeborg in Peggy Wood’s television series Mama from 1953 to 1956. Her Broadway breakthrough was in Touchstone (1953), and the next year, she co-starred with Nancy Kelly in the original stage production of Maxwell Anderson’s The Bad Seed (1954), as Rhoda Penmark, an eight-year-old psychopath and fledgling serial killer. For her performance in the film adaptation, she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (1956). She played Helen Keller opposite Teresa Wright in the original 1957 Playhouse 90 version of William Gibson’s The Miracle Worker.

Orson Welles cast her in his film version of Don Quixote in 1957, but the shooting was halted due to budgetary constraints, and the film was never finished. When a script was put together in 1992, several years after Welles’ passing, none of McCormack’s scenes were used, despite the fact that they were crucial to the plot’s framing. She appeared in the episode “Make Me Not a Witch” of One Step Above in 1959. In the 1958 comedy Kathy O’, she played a spoiled child star and recorded the title song for Dot Records.

In 1959, McCormack appeared in her own series, Peck’s Bad Girl, alongside Marsha Hunt and Wendell Corey, and in MGM’s remake of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, alongside Eddie Hodges. She appeared in a string of successful teen delinquent films in the early 1960s, including William Shatner’s The Explosive Generation and The Young Runaways. She first appeared on Rawhide in the episode “Episode of the Wolves” in 1962, and she returned the next year to play Sarah Higgins in the episode “Incident at Paradise.”

In 1967, she married restaurateur Bob Catania, and the pair had two daughters until their union fell apart. Her screen career waned after a half-dozen teen appearances in the 1960s, but she continued to appear in television. In 1970, she played Linda Warren on the soap opera The Best of All. She appeared as a guest star in the season two episode “Blockade” of The Streets of San Francisco. On the seventh season of Emergency!, she played a San Francisco paramedic. “What’s a Nice Girl Like You Doing…?” and “The Convention” are two episodes from the season. In 1975, she returned to the big screen with Bug.


appeared in many popular television shows, including Dallas, Murder, She Wrote, and The Sopranos, in which he played recurring roles. McCormack also appeared on the ABC television series The Ropers, a spin-off of Three’s Company starring Norman Fell and Audra Lindley, from 1979 to 1980 as Anne Brookes, the wife of Jeffrey P. Brookes III, played by Jeffrey Tambor. When Kathryn Hays leaves As the World Turns for a lengthy amount of time, McCormack filled in for her before Hays returned.

In the cult movie Mommy and its 1997 sequel Mommy 2: Mommy’s Day, she played a delusional mother. In the 2008 independent film Frost/Nixon, McCormack played First Lady Pat Nixon. McCormack is still working, and she was a co-star in the 2012 series Have You Seen Miss Jones? She made a cameo appearance in a 2013 episode of Hart of Dixie and has a new film appearance in the 2014 release Chicanery. Her most recent film appearance was in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master.

In April 2018, it was revealed that McCormack will temporarily replace Leslie Charleson in the role of Monica Quartermaine on General Hospital due to Charleson’s injuries suffered in a fall. In September 2018, McCormack appeared in the 2018 television revival of The Bad Seed as Dr. March, a child psychiatrist who was consulted.

Personal Profile of Patty McCormack:

  • Name: Patty McCormack
  • Date of Birth: August 21, 1945
  • Age: 75 Years
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  • Nationality: American
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  • Birth Place/City: Brooklyn, New York, United States
  • Profession: Actress

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12121 La Maida Street
Apt 7
Valley Village, CA 91607

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Apt 7
Valley Village, CA 91607
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