Patrick McGoohan

Died aged c. 81

Patrick Joseph McGoohan (March 19, 1928 – January 13, 2009) was an Irish-American actor, director, screenwriter, and producer of film and television. Born in the United States to Irish emigrant parents, he was raised in Ireland and England. He began his career in the United Kingdom in the 1950s and rose to prominence for his role as secret agent John Drake in the ITC espionage programme Danger Man (1960–1968). He then produced and created The Prisoner (1967–1968), a surrealistic television series in which he starred as Number Six, an unnamed British intelligence agent who is abducted and imprisoned in a mysterious coastal village. Beginning in the 1970s, McGoohan maintained a long-running association with Columbo, writing, directing, producing and appearing in several episodes. His notable film roles include Dr. Paul Ruth in Scanners (1981) and King Edward I in Braveheart (1995). He was a BAFTA Award and two-time Primetime Emmy Award winner.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

The Prisoner classic TV series stars Patrick McGoohan as a man who resigns from his top secret job and is held captive in 'The Village', where he is known only as 'No. 6', exterior scenes were filmed in Portmeirion and the 17 episodes retain cult status.

Flat 5, The Mews, Portmeirion, United Kingdom where they was filmed

Patrick Joseph McGoohan 1928-2009

, Portmeirion, United Kingdom where they was