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Patrick Stewart Does Hamlet on Sesame Street

Patrick Stewart, displaying the Shakespearian acting chops that landed him the role of Captain Picard on Star Trek: The Next Generation, appeared on Sesame Street in 1996, performing a parody of Hamlet’s soliloquy with the letter “B”. Stewart never doesn’t give it his all when acting.
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Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen's BFF Moments: ‘X-Men’ Movies and Beyond

Bromance alert! From onscreen foes to real-life friends, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen’s friendship is one for the books. The British actors, who have known each other for more than 40 years, only became close two decades ago when they costarred in 2000’s X-Men. In the film, Stewart plays Professor Charles Xavier, or Professor X, while McKellen plays his adversary, Erik Lehnsherr, a.k.a. Magneto. In between takes, however, the two became fast friends. “On those kind of movies, you spend more time sitting in your trailer than you do in front of the camera,” the Star Trek star revealed on Wired’s “Web’s Most Searched Questions” YouTube series in February 2020. “So, Ian and I hung out together, drinking tea — and maybe in the afternoon, something a little stronger — and we got to know one another.” Despite meeting years prior, while working on Tom Stoppard’s Every Good Boy Deserves Favour at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1977, the pair didn’t cement their bond until X-Men. Since playing rivals in the sci-fi film, the friends have reprised their roles in numerous movies within the franchise: X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, The Wolverine and X-Men: Days of Future Past. Professionally, the men have joined forces on stage as well. The longtime friends starred in the Two Plays in Rep, a combination of Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land and Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Gadot, beginning in 2013. They promoted the dual shows’ premiere in New York City by adventuring all over town and documenting it on social media. The duo stopped at famous food places, took photos together at Coney Island and posed with a mini Statue of Liberty. In between their joint ventures, Stewart has continued to portray Jean-Luc Picard in the Star Trek franchise, his latest being in 2020’s Star Trek: Picard series. McKellen, on the other hand, has been seen in the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films as Gandalf and 2017’s Beauty and the Beast. The actors, who were both knighted by Queen Elizabeth II, have also been a big part of each other’s personal lives. When Stewart married Sunny Ozell in 2013, McKellen was the officiant. “Happy 80th birthday wishes to @IanMcKellen,” Stewart wrote via Instagram in May 2019, celebrating his pal’s birthday. “Sunny and I are grateful for all the love over the years, whether as a dear friend, minister at our wedding, or colleague on screen and stage.” Scroll down to relive McKellen and Stewart’s bromance over the years.
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Sir Patrick Stewart only knows how to make one dish

Known sophisticate Sir Patrick Stewart has confessed that he only knows how to prepare one dish: beans on toast. The actor posted a clip of himself eating the dish on Twitter earlier this week, confessing that he’s enjoyed beans on toast “thousands of times” and poking fun at New York Times food writer Melissa Clark.
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How well do you know the career of Sir Patrick Stewart?

Captain, King, Mutant, and a real-life Knight. Sir Patrick Stewart holds an expansive career across stage, TV and, film. Of course, fans of his will always associate him as the legendary Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation first. But how well do you know the incredible career...
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Sir Patrick Stewart can only make beans on toast

Sir Patrick Stewart can only cook beans on toast. The 'Star Trek' actor uploaded a clip of himself tucking into the meal on Twitter and confessed that he has eaten "thousands of times" as he poked fun at food writer Melissa Clark. In a video captioned 'My signature dish since...
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Star Trek: Fan favourite John de Lancie will return as Q opposite Patrick Stewart in Picard season two

Paramount Plus has revealed a teaser trailer for the forthcoming second season of Star Trek: Picard. The clip was introduced during a virtual panel for Paramount Plus by Sir Patrick Stewart, who first starred as Captain Jean-Luc Picard on Star Trek: The Next Generation between 1987 and 1994. It was confirmed that John de Lancie, who portrayed Q on The Next Generation, would reprise his fan-favourite role in Picard’s second season opposite Stewart. Speaking about the character joining the spin-off, Stewart said on the stream, as per The Hollywood Reporter: “Q’s arrival is, as it often was, unexpected. It also comes...