Patricia Cutts was born on July 20, 1926 London, England and died on September 6, 1974 at age of 48 and was an English actress.
Biography and Career :
She was also known as Patricia Wayne. She was the daughter of the writer Graham Cutss.
Her first role as an actress was in an American movie "I Was a Male War Bride" and then she got a role in another American movie "The Man Who Loved Redheads". She is also known for her televsion roles in "Alfred Hitchsock Preseytes" and "Perry Mason".
She loved so much acting and she was so good that in 50's she was one of best british actresses. Later in 1950 she was included in "North by Northwest" along with Vince Price. With the same actor she played in "The Tingler". In 1958 she got a role in the movie "Merry Andrew". Later in 1960
she made just spots and was concentrated on her series "The Lucy Show", "Car 54, Where are you ?", "Adventures in Paradise" and "Playhouse 90".
After a big break she retured to the British series "Spider's Web" in 1972. After that in 1974 she appeared in the role of Blanche Hunt in the series "Coronation Street". That series was her biggest role. The producers were shocked because after appearing in only two episodes she was found dead in her London apartment. She made a suicide. The role of Blanche Hunt was taken by Maggie Jonas who played her part until December 2009 when she was dead.
Why is Patricia Cutts famous?
She is famous for her British shows suchs as "Car 54, Where are you ?" and "Playhouse 90".