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Sir Patrick Stewart

 
Birth Place:
Mirfield, Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Bio:
Patrick Stewart was born in Mirfield, Yorkshire, on July 13, 1940. His father was a career soldier; his mother worked in industrial weaving. Because Mirfield, a river valley settlement of some 12,000 people, had a rich culture for a provincial town of its size, Stewart's stage experience started ... (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: Mirfield, Yorkshire, ENGLAND

Bio:
Patrick Stewart was born in Mirfield, Yorkshire, on July 13, 1940. His father was a career soldier; his mother worked in industrial weaving. Because Mirfield, a river valley settlement of some 12,000 people, had a rich culture for a provincial town of its size, Stewart's stage experience started ... (read complete bio)

Stage Credits

  [West End]
West End Production, 2016
Hirst
  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2013
Hirst
  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2013
Vladimir
  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2010
Robert
  [Broadway]
Broadway Transfer, 2008
Macbeth
  [Broadway]
Roundabout Revival, 2003
Davies
  [Broadway]
Return Engagement [Broadway], 2001
Performer
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2000
Lyman
  [Off-Broadway]
1998
Lyman
  [Broadway]
1995
Prospero
  [Off-Broadway]
1995
Prospero
  [Broadway]
Return Engagement [Broadway], 1994
Performer
  [Broadway]
Return Engagement [Broadway], 1992
Performer
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1991
Performer
  [London Fringe]
Original London Production, 1977
Performer
  [Broadway]
1971
Tom Snout

Productions

 
[Broadway, 2001]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1994]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1992]
Director

Photos

Producer Jenny Steingart, Sir Patrick Stewart and Ars Nova Artistic Director Jason Ea Photo

Producer Jenny Steingart, Sir Patrick Stewart and Ars Nova Artistic Director Jason Eagan

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Date:
12/17/2019
Producer Jenny Steingart, Sir Patrick Stewart and Michelle Hurd Photo

Producer Jenny Steingart, Sir Patrick Stewart and Michelle Hurd

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Date:
12/17/2019
Producer Jenny Steingart and Sir Patrick Stewart Photo

Producer Jenny Steingart and Sir Patrick Stewart

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Date:
12/17/2019
Cherry Jones, Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen Photo

Cherry Jones, Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen

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Date:
12/10/2013

 

Stage

Performances
  [West End]
West End Production, 2016
Hirst

  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2013
Hirst

  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2013
Vladimir

  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2010
Robert

  [Broadway]
Broadway Transfer, 2008
Macbeth

  [Broadway]
Roundabout Revival, 2003
Davies

  [Broadway]
Return Engagement [Broadway], 2001
Performer

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2000
Lyman

  [Off-Broadway]
1998
Lyman

  [Broadway]
1995
Prospero

  [Off-Broadway]
1995
Prospero

  [Broadway]
Return Engagement [Broadway], 1994
Performer

  [Broadway]
Return Engagement [Broadway], 1992
Performer

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1991
Performer

  [London Fringe]
Original London Production, 1977
Performer

  [Broadway]
1971
Tom Snout

Productions

[Broadway, 2001]
Director

[Broadway, 1994]
Director

[Broadway, 1992]
Director

Sir Patrick Stewart Biography

Patrick Stewart was born in Mirfield, Yorkshire, on July 13, 1940. His father was a career soldier; his mother worked in industrial weaving. Because Mirfield, a river valley settlement of some 12,000 people, had a rich culture for a provincial town of its size, Stewart's stage experience started early. His involvement was encouraged when, at the age of twelve while in secondary school, he enrolled in an eight-day drama course, where he met some professional people who were very influential in his life.

Thereafter, his participation in local amateur dramatics increased steadily, even after he quit school at fifteen to work as a reporter. However, his employer resented his dedication to the local theater and finally, after a little more than a year of Stewart's less than dedicated reporting, he issued Stewart an ultimatum forcing him to choose between acting and journalism. Although it was a very good job, Stewart quit and, out of spite, became determined to prove himself as a professional actor.

To save money for training, he worked for a year as a furniture salesman; then, after consulting the professionals he had met, he enrolled in the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 1957 at age seventeen. He spent two years there, learning his craft and losing his accent. Stewart speaks of almost living a "double life" during this period, for while he spoke with Received Pronunciation professionally, he continued speaking with his native Yorkshire accent and dialect with family and friends.

After leaving school, Stewart was never out of work, despite a warning from an instructor who told him that his baldness would make him a young character actor rather than a juvenile lead. In fact, Stewart was able to land jobs by convincing directors that with a toupee he could play both, doubling his range and serving as "two actors for the price of one." His professional stage debut was at the Theatre Royal, Lincoln, in August of 1959, playing Morgan in a stage adaptation of Treasure Island.

Now an internationally respected actor known for successfully bridging the gap between the theatrical world of the Shakespearean stage and contemporary film and television, Patrick Stewart continues to demonstrate his versatility with a wide range of upcoming projects.

In early 2002, Stewart filmed X2: X-Men United, the sequel to 20th Century Fox's blockbuster X-Men, directed by Bryan Singer from a script by David Hayter and Zak Penn. Stewart reprised his role as 'Professor Xavier,' a wheelchair-bound professor said to be the planet's most powerful telepath, which earned him a nomination for Favorite Actor in the Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. The sequel reunited all the original cast including Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry and Anna Paquin.

In December 2001, Stewart was heard as the voice of King Gobot in Nickelodeon Movies' computer animated motion picture Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius. Martin Short provided the voice of King Gobot's sidekick Ooblar. The movie was released by Paramount Pictures.

In Fall 2001, Stewart filmed Star Trek: Nemesis, the tenth installment of Paramount Pictures' Star Trek feature films. He reprised his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard and reteamed with Star Trek castmember Brent Spiner in a script by John Logan (Gladiator).

In Spring 2001, Stewart filmed King of Texas, a movie project for TNT which he co-produced with Hallmark Entertainment. He starred in the title role in an updated version of King Lear set in Texas during the Mexican revolt in the mid-1800s. The film also starred Marcia Gay Harden, Lauren Holly, Roy Scheider, Patrick Bergin, David Allen Grier, Matt Letscher and Julie Cox.

In early 2001, Stewart appeared in the Guthrie Theater's (Minneapolis) critically acclaimed production of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Stewart starred as George, a middle-aged college history professor in a destructive relationship with his wife Martha. Directed by David Esbjornson the play also starred Mercedes Ruehl, Carrie Preston and Bill McCallum.

In Summer 2000, Stewart appeared on Broadway in Arthur Miller's The Ride Down Mt. Morgan which received a Tony nomination for Best Play. He returned to the role of Lyman Felt, a bigamist who is visited by his two wives while he is convalescing in a hospital after an automobile accident. His critically acclaimed debut at the Public Theatre in 1998, earned him a Drama Desk nomination.

In 1999, Stewart was seen on television in TNT's A Christmas Carol. He earned a SAG Award nomination for his portrayal of 'Ebenezer Scrooge,' a role which continues a cherished association with Charles Dickens' classic that has included his noted one-man performance of the play on Broadway. The film was produced by Robert Halmi and Stewart for Hallmark, and also starred Joel Grey.

In 1998, Stewart earned both Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for 'Best Actor in a Dramatic Series or Mini-Series' for his role as 'Captain Ahab' in the USA network's Moby Dick, opposite Gregory Peck and Henry Thomas. The $18 million epic mini-series was filmed on location in Australia and set a ratings record for the network.

In 1997, Stewart received critical notice for his portrayal in the title role of Othello at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC. Jude Kelly directed Stewart along with an otherwise all-Black cast in a 'photo-negative production' which took a bold, new look at the play. Stewart's performance was praised in the New York Times as "never anything less than uncanny in his psychological portrait: it's like watching an autopsy on human feeling."

In December 1996, Stewart brought A Christmas Carol, his award-winning adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale, to an exclusive engagement at the Doolittle Theatre. Stewart first performed this acclaimed one-man show for Broadway audiences in 1991, playing over 40 characters and earning him a Drama Desk Award for Best Solo Performer. This marked his first return to the New York stage since 1971, when he appeared in the now legendary Peter Brook production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. When Stewart presented A Christmas Carol at London's Old Vic Theatre he received an Olivier Award Nomination as Best Actor and the Olivier Award for Best Entertainment.

On television, Stewart originated the role of 'Jean-Luc Picard' in the hit series Star Trek: The Next Generation which aired from 1987 to 1994; this role earned him Best Actor nominations from the American TV Awards and the Screen Actors Guild. In addition to his starring role, he also directed several episodes, one of which ("A Fistful of Datas") received an Emmy. Stewart reprised the role of 'Jean-Luc Picard' for Paramount Pictures in the motion pictures Star Trek: Generations (which also starred William Shatner and Malcolm McDowell), Star Trek: First Contact and Star Trek: Insurrection.

Stewart's additional film credits include the film adaption of Paul Rudnick's play, Jeffrey, Hedda, Dune, Lady Jane, Excalibur, LA Story, Death Train, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Gunmen, Masterminds, The Pagemaster, Conspiracy Theory, Safe House, and Dad Savage. He also lent his voice to the character 'Seti,' in Dreamwork's hit animated feature film, Prince of Egypt.

Other television roles include the title role of The Canterville Ghost for ABC and The Hallmark Hall of Fame, TNT's In Search of Dr. Seuss, FOX's animated series The Simpsons, as well as hosting several documentary series including The Shape of the World on PBS and TNT's MGM: When the Lion Roars, a six-part series on the history of Metro-Goldwyn Mayer.

For the BBC, Stewart has been seen in the acclaimed miniseries, I, Claudius, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, and Smiley's People. He has also portrayed Salieri in The Mozart Inquest, Oedipus in Oedipus Rex, and Rev. Anderson in The Devil's Disciple.

Stewart is an Honorary Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company, having been made an Associate Artist in 1967. With the RSC he has played such roles as King John, Shylock, Henry IV, Cassius, Titus Andronicus, Oberon, Leontes, Enobarbus, Touchstone and Launce. He has also starred in many contemporary works with the RSC, including premiere productions by Tom Stoppard, Edward Bond, Howard Barker and David Rudkin. In 1986, he played the title role in Peter Shaffer's play Yonadab at the National Theater.

Stewart won the Society of West End Theater (SWET) Award for his performance as Enobarbus in Peter Brook's production of Antony and Cleopatra and was nominated for his Shylock in The Merchant of Venice.

In addition to A Christmas Carol, Stewart has adapted other works for the stage, TV and radio, including two works by Mikhail Bulgahov, The Procurator (from the novel The Master and Margarita) and A Country Doctor's Notebook. In 1992, he directed the music/drama Every Good Boy Deserves Favour by Tom Stoppard and Andre Previn, starring with four other cast members of Star Trek: The Next Generation and the Orange County Symphony Orchestra. In 1993, the same production was presented with symphony orchestras in Minneapolis, Chicago and Atlanta.

In 1995 Stewart starred on Broadway as Prospero in Shakespeare's classic The Tempest, for which he received a best actor nomination from the Outer Critics Circle. The production, which was originally featured as part of the hugely successful Shakespeare in The Park Festival, received overwhelming public and critical response-becoming the festival's biggest event since 1980.

In 1996, in honor of his work on the stage, Stewart received the prestigious Will Award from The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C. The Honor is given annually to an individual who makes "a significant contribution to classical theatre in America."

That same year, Stewart also won a Grammy Award for his narrative work on the Best Spoken Word Album for Children, Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf.

In 2001 New Years' Honor list, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth conferred on Stewart the Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.).

Sir Patrick Stewart Awards and Nominations

 
Drama League Awards - 2014 - Distinguished Performance Award
Patrick Stewart, Waiting for Godot
 
Olivier Awards - 2009 - Best Performance In A Supporting Role Gold Star
Patrick Stewart, Hamlet
 
Olivier Awards - 2008 - Best Actor
Patrick StewartMacbeth
 
Outer Critics Circle Awards - 2008 - Outstanding Actor in a Play
Patrick Stewart, Macbeth
 
Tony Awards - 2008 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play
Patrick Stewart, Macbeth
 
Evening Standard Awards - 2007 - Best Actor Gold Star
Patrick StewartMacbeth
 
Drama Desk Awards - 1998 - Outstanding Actor - Play Gold Star
Patrick Stewart, The Ride Down Mt. Morgan
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 1998 - Outstanding Lead Actor, Resident Play
Patrick StewartOthello
 
Outer Critics Circle Awards - 1996 - Best Actor - Play
Patrick Stewart, The Tempest
 
Drama Desk Awards - 1995 - Outstanding Actor - Play
Patrick Stewart, The Tempest
 
Olivier Awards - 1994 - Best Actor
Patrick StewartA Christmas Carol
 
Drama Desk Awards - 1992 - Outstanding One Person Show
Patrick Stewart, A Christmas Carol
 
Olivier Awards - 1979 - Actor of the Year in a Revival
Patrick StewartThe Merchant Of Venice
 
Olivier Awards - 1979 - Actor of the Year in a Supporting Role Gold Star
Patrick StewartAntony And Cleopatra

Sir Patrick Stewart News

André De Shields to Receive Matador Award for Achievement in Classical Theater at RE Photo André De Shields to Receive Matador Award for Achievement in Classical Theater at REVELRY Benefit Gala
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2022

Red Bull Theater today announced that André De Shields will be honored with the Matador Award for Extraordinary Achievement in Classical Theater at REVELRY, its benefit event on Monday June 13th at 6pm.

Podcast Exclusive: Producer Jenny Steingart On The Was It Chance? Podcast Photo Podcast Exclusive: Producer Jenny Steingart On The Was It Chance? Podcast
by Stephi Wild - Mar 29, 2022

Unexpected tragedy may have led Jenny to her amazing successful theatrical producing career. After losing her brother in her early 20s, she founded Ars Nova to honor him and continue his legacy in the arts.

MUAHS to Honor Jon Favreau with Distinguished Artisan Award Photo MUAHS to Honor Jon Favreau with Distinguished Artisan Award
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 31, 2022

Jon Favreau, Academy Award-winning filmmaker best known for his creative, innovative work in the Star Wars, Iron Man and Avengers series, among many others, will receive this year's Distinguished Artisan Award at the 9th Annual  Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards (MUAHS, IATSE Local 706), presented by HASK Beauty.

5th Annual Indie Entertainment Showcase Announced Photo 5th Annual Indie Entertainment Showcase Announced
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 14, 2022

Cloud 21 PR International and Kultura PR International will present the fifth annual 'Indie Entertainment Showcase' a special event that will be held virtually during this year's Sundance Film Festival.

Photos: First look at Curtain Players' WOMEN PLAYING HAMLET Photo Photos: First look at Curtain Players' WOMEN PLAYING HAMLET
by Jerri Shafer - Dec 1, 2021

Hamlet's a challenge for any actor, but when Jessica is cast as the titular character in a New York production, it sends her into an existential tailspin. It doesn't help that her acting coach is borderline abusive, or that every Starbucks barista with an MFA tells her she's too young for the role. Or that she's somehow managed to make Sir Patrick Stewart her nemesis. Not to mention the fact that she's a woman. How can Jessica figure out ‚Äúto be or not to be,‚ÄĚ when she can't even figure out herself? Featuring an all-female cast performing multiple roles, Women Playing Hamlet is rip-roaring fun for Shakespeare fans and haters alike. Performances run December 3rd thru the 19th, 2021 at Curtain Players, 5691 Harlem Road, Galena, Ohio 43021. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit: http://curtainplayers.org

Awareness Film Festival to Present MERCY Docudrama by Wendy Morgan Photo Awareness Film Festival to Present MERCY Docudrama by Wendy Morgan
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 21, 2021

To cap off its over yearlong festival run, the gripping docudrama feature Mercy, written and directed by UK-based actress Wendy Morgan, has been named an official selection of the 12th edition of the Awareness Film Festival, scheduled from October 21 to 31, 2021 at the Regal Cinemas in downtown Los Angeles.

Tony-Winner Shuler Hensley Named New Artistic Director of City Springs Theatre Compan Photo Tony-Winner Shuler Hensley Named New Artistic Director of City Springs Theatre Company
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 11, 2021

City Springs Theatre Company has announced Shuler Hensley as its  new Artistic Director. The Tony award winner has been an integral part of the company from its  inception in 2017 but will now take on a more prominent role, working closely with recently  named Executive Director, Natalie DeLancey. 

BC/EFA's Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction Raises $753,321 Photo BC/EFA's Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction Raises $753,321
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 4, 2021

After a two-year in-person hiatus, fans gleefully filled the streets of New York City’s famed Theater District on Sunday, October 3, 2021, coming together in celebration and rejuvenation at the 35th annual Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction, produced by and benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

LISTEN: Jenny Steingart Talks FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME & More on THE THEATRE PODCAST WI Photo LISTEN: Jenny Steingart Talks FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME & More on THE THEATRE PODCAST WITH ALAN SEALES
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 23, 2021

Jenny Steingart is a powerhouse producer for theatre, film, and television. She has worked alongside some of the greatest names in the industry, including Tina Fey, Joel Grey, Sir Patrick Stewart, Josh Groban, and Lin Manuel Miranda

Limited Edition Al Hirschfeld Prints Signed By Broadway Stars, Now Up For Bids Photo Limited Edition Al Hirschfeld Prints Signed By Broadway Stars, Now Up For Bids
by Stephi Wild - Jul 1, 2021

The auction launches Thursday, July 1, 2021 and runs through Thursday, July 15. Learn more about how to bid here!

Sir Patrick Stewart Videos

VIDEO: X-MEN Cast Members Hugh Jackman, Sir Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, and More Re VideoVIDEO: X-MEN Cast Members Hugh Jackman, Sir Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, and More Reunite For GLOBAL GOAL: UNITE FOR OUR FUTURE
by Stage Tube - Jun 28, 2020

Hugh Jackman, Sir Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, Ryan Reynolds, James McAvoy, Sophie Turner, Liev Schreiber and Famke Janssen reunited as part of Global Goal: Unite For Our Future yesterday, June 27.

VIDEO: Sir Patrick Stewart Talks PICARD on THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT! VideoVIDEO: Sir Patrick Stewart Talks PICARD on THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT!
by Stage Tube - Jan 22, 2020

The Captain returns! Patrick Stewart, who is reprising his role as one of the greatest TV characters of all time in 'Star Trek: Picard' on CBS All Access, is a big advocate for Pit Bull Terriers and specifically requested that Picard's dog in the new series be a Pit Bull.

CBS All Access Announces NO ACTIVITY Season Three Premiere Date VideoCBS All Access Announces NO ACTIVITY Season Three Premiere Date
by Kaitlin Milligan - Oct 15, 2019

CBS All Access, CBS' digital subscription video on-demand and live streaming service, today announced that all eight episodes of the third season of its original comedy series NO ACTIVITY will be available to binge beginning Thursday, Nov. 21.

VIDEO: Watch the All New Trailer For STAR TREK: PICARD From New York Comic Con VideoVIDEO: Watch the All New Trailer For STAR TREK: PICARD From New York Comic Con
by Stage Tube - Oct 6, 2019

A new trailer has been released for STAR TREK: PICARD during New York Comic Con.

VIDEO: Watch the Trailer for STAR TREK: PICARD Starring Sir Patrick Stewart VideoVIDEO: Watch the Trailer for STAR TREK: PICARD Starring Sir Patrick Stewart
by Stage Tube - Jul 22, 2019

At San Diego Comic-Con, Sir Patrick Stewart treated 'Star Trek' fans attending the 'Star Trek' Universe panel to the first trailer for STAR TREK: PICARD and shocked the audience by bringing out surprise guests and 'Star Trek' icons Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan and Jonathan Del Arco, announcing they will be appearing in STAR TREK: PICARD. In addition to the surprise guests, it was revealed that 'Star Trek's' Jonathan Frakes and Marina Sirtis will make appearances in the new series as well. During the panel, it was also announced that STAR TREK: PICARD will premiere in early 2020 exclusively on CBS All Access in the U.S.

VIDEO: The End is Only the Beginning in the STAR TREK: PICARD Trailer VideoVIDEO: The End is Only the Beginning in the STAR TREK: PICARD Trailer
by Stage Tube - May 23, 2019

CBS All Access today revealed a first look at the highly anticipated return of Jean-Luc Picard in the upcoming original series, STAR TREK: PICARD.

VIDEO: Watch Sir Patrick Stewart Announce Return As Jean-Luc Picard In A New CBS Star VideoVIDEO: Watch Sir Patrick Stewart Announce Return As Jean-Luc Picard In A New CBS Star Trek Series
by Stage Tube - Aug 6, 2018

Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman and Sir Patrick Stewart surprised fans today at the Star Trek Las Vegas convention with the news that he will be returning to the iconic role of 'Jean-Luc Picard' for a new 'Star Trek' series coming to CBS All Access. The new series will follow the next chapter of Picard's life.

VIDEO: On This Day, July 13- Happy Birthday, Sir Patrick Stewart! VideoVIDEO: On This Day, July 13- Happy Birthday, Sir Patrick Stewart!
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 13, 2018

On this day, we celebrate the birthday of legend of stage and screen, Sir Patrick Stewart!

VIDEO: Patrick Stewart & Stephen Colbert Star in 'Waiting For Godot's Obamacare's Replacement'
by Caryn Robbins - Mar 2, 2017

On last  night's LATE SHOW, world-renowned Shakespearean actor, Sir Patrick Stewart and Stephen Colbert spoofed Samuel Beckett's WAITING FOR GODOT with the never-before-seen masterpiece - 'Waiting For Godot's Obamacare's Replacement.'

VIDEO: Meet America's Newest Country Star - Sir Patrick Stewart!
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 5, 2016

In celebration of the USA's birthday, Sir Patrick Stewart tweeted a link to a YouTube video of himself outfitted head to toe in western apparel, singing some of the America's most beloved country songs!


Sir Patrick Stewart Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Sir Patrick Stewart been in?
Sir Patrick Stewart has appeared on Broadway in 12 shows.

How many West End shows has Sir Patrick Stewart been in?
Sir Patrick Stewart has appeared on London's West End in 1 shows.

What was Sir Patrick Stewart's first West End show?
Sir Patrick Stewart's first West End show was No Man's Land which opened in 2016

What awards has Sir Patrick Stewart been nominated for?
Distinguished Performance Award (Drama League Awards) for Waiting for Godot , Best Performance In A Supporting Role (Olivier Awards) for Hamlet , Best Actor (Olivier Awards) for Macbeth , Outstanding Actor in a Play (Outer Critics Circle Awards) for Macbeth , Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play (Tony Awards) for Macbeth , Best Actor (Evening Standard Awards) for Macbeth , Outstanding Actor - Play (Drama Desk Awards) for The Ride Down Mt. Morgan , Outstanding Lead Actor, Resident Play (Helen Hayes Awards) for Othello , Best Actor - Play (Outer Critics Circle Awards) for The Tempest , Outstanding Actor - Play (Drama Desk Awards) for The Tempest , Best Actor (Olivier Awards) for A Christmas Carol , Outstanding One Person Show (Drama Desk Awards) for A Christmas Carol Actor of the Year in a Revival (Olivier Awards) for The Merchant Of Venice and Actor of the Year in a Supporting Role (Olivier Awards) for Antony And Cleopatra .

What awards has Sir Patrick Stewart won?
Best Performance In A Supporting Role (Olivier Awards) for Hamlet , Best Actor (Evening Standard Awards) for Macbeth Outstanding Actor - Play (Drama Desk Awards) for The Ride Down Mt. Morganand Actor of the Year in a Supporting Role (Olivier Awards) for Antony And Cleopatra.