Patricia Mattick (31 July 1951 - 6 December 2003) was an American television actress active in the 1970s and briefly in the early 1990s. She is known for her roles in Mannix (1971), The F.B.I. (1972), and The Streets of San Francisco (1971).
In some of her works, she is also credited as Pattye Mattick.
Patricia Mattick was born as Patricia Colleen Mattick on July 31, 1951, in Denver, Colorado. She attended Grover Cleveland high school in Reseda, California.
Mattick made her acting debut in 1970, appearing in the role of "Sheila Colby" in Half Way episode of TV series Room 222. In the following year, she was seen playing the character of "Janie" in director Don Siegel's war-drama The Beguiled (starring Clint Eastwood and Geraldine Page). In 1976, she was seen in two episodes, "The Thrill Killers: Part 1" and "The Thrill Killers: Part 2," of the TV series The Streets of San Francisco.
Between 1981 and 1983, Mattick appeared in several plays at the Los Angeles-based theater company, Padua Playwrights Productions.
Mattick was last seen on the silver screen in 1991, playing the part of secretary Liza in John Putch's short comedy The Walter Ego.
Mattick died of cancer on December 6, 2003, in Tallahassee, Florida. She is buried at Granby Cemetery in Granby, Grand County, Colorado, her home state.
|Article Title:||Patricia Mattick: American actress - Biography and Life|
|Author(s):||PeoplePill.com Editorial Staff|
|Publish Date:||24 Nov 2016|
|Date Accessed:||24 Oct 2020|