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Happy Birthday Patrick Stewart July 13, 2009

by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,TNG , trackback

There may be two Captain Kirks but there still is only one Captain Picard. Today is Patrick Stewart’s 69th Birthday. Although he has handed in his space suit to return to his home in the theater, Star Trek fans still remember the leader of The Next Generation on TV and film. See below for the latest on Patrick.  

  

Patrick Stewart Day
Patrick Stewart’s contribution to the arts, on the stage, TV and big screen, should surely justify a national holiday, just like Captain Picard Day is on the USS Enterprise.

 

Stewart headed to an alternative reality (& Castlevania)
In some other PS news, Patrick will be acting as narrator for the upcoming Ricky Gervais movie The Invention of Lying. The film is set in an alternate reality where people can only speak the truth, until one guy (Gervais) ‘invents’ lying. Here is the trailer (unfortunately, there is no PS in the trailer). The movie opens next September 25th.

Speaking of voice work, Stewart can be heard in this trailer for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow. Stewart’s voice appears in the game, which comes out at the end of 2010.

Video Games | Castlevania: Lords of Shadow | E3 09: Trailer
XBox 360 | Playstation 3 | Nintendo Wii

See Patrick in Godot in London
Stewart is also currently appearing in "Waiting for Godot" with Iam McKellen at the Haymarket Theater in London. The play has been extended to August 9th. More info at waitingforgodottheplay.com.


Stewart’s in "Waiting for Godot"

 

  

Comments

1. mdbchud - July 13, 2009

Happy Birthday Mr Stewart. Thank you for many, many enjoyable hours.

Many Many more!

2. Slacker_in_vt - July 13, 2009

Happy Birthday MR STEWART !!!!!!many more years to come…MAKE IT SO

3. British Naval Dude - July 13, 2009

Arrrrrrrrrrrr…

Good Brit, cordial man, enjoyable actor… if only he wuz’ from Kentucky…

Maybe he wuz’ a Southie… e’er see “King O’ Texas”?

There are FOUR lights.
And Patty be one o’ ‘em…

Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…

4. I'm dead Jim - July 13, 2009

Are you from Kentucky, British Naval Dude sir?

5. John James - July 13, 2009

Can we AT LEAST get TNG crew one last movie?? Even if its straight to DVD??? Trek doesnt need a big budget to make money. If its a good story and its true to what Trek stands for it will be great!! And I bet they would all do it!

6. John James - July 13, 2009

and im not even a big TNG fan, but its a no brainer!!

7. Techtrekker - July 13, 2009

Happy Birthday Mr. Stewart!

Thank you for being the great actor you are!!!

:-)

8. Valenti - July 13, 2009

Happy birthday, Mr. Stewart. =]

9. Shat Hands - July 13, 2009

The guy is a class act all round!

Tears, joy ,sincerity and so much more.

I my humble opinion, the finest Trek performer of all time.

Oh Yes!

10. DonDonP1 - July 13, 2009

Happy Big 6-9, Patrick! May you continue to boldly go where EVERYONE has gone before!

11. Trey - July 13, 2009

wow 69. thats a blessing!! oh yeah TrekMovie dont forget he play Professor Charles Xavier in all 4 of the X-men movies.

12. Danny - July 13, 2009

Sir Patrick Stewart

How does that sound for the near future? Hopefully…

13. Spectre_7 - July 13, 2009

Ahh long live TNG and the 24th century! Happy Captain Picard Day!!

On another note, U.S.S. Crazy Horse is the wildest starship name in history! Carrying crazy Admirals

14. Trekfan - July 13, 2009

Happy birthday Mr. Stewart.

15. Eric - July 13, 2009

Patrick Stewart made TNG, he’s fantastic. As much as i love Kirk i like how Capt. Picard is so dynamically different, yet just as compelling to watch.

16. pravaslavet - July 13, 2009

Can we all remember — as Pat’s a Brit — that a comma, in proper English, should follow Happy B Day(!)?

17. cagmar - July 13, 2009

Happy Birthday, Patrick Stewart! You are a great role model on and off the screen, and a personal hero of mine. Many happy returns!

18. cagmar - July 13, 2009

Oh, and as far as his voice-work for games? You must mention one of my all-time favorite games — Oblivion! He played the King Uriel Septum VII. His part was short, but he brought me into the game from the very beginning. Always great work from this man. And a quality human being to be sure.

19. British Naval Dude - July 13, 2009

I’m dead, Jim…
I’m from Kentucky…

A lil’ wee bluegrass on yer’ birthday cake be grand, Sir Pat…

Sir Pat… what a wonderful name fur’ me margarine…

Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr….

20. Dave P - July 13, 2009

“There may be two Captain Kirks but there still is only one Captain Picard.”

There only needs to be one… :)

Happy Birthday sir (OK, a few hours late now but never mind…)

21. Green-Blooded-Bastard - July 13, 2009

“There may be two Captain Kirks but there still is only one Captain Picard. ”

Wasn’t Shinzon a clone of Picard?

22. Lendorien - July 13, 2009

“I’m a role model…”

“I’m sure you are…”

That part of that show always cracks me up. In any case, Happy Birthday to Mr. Stewart. He’s a great actor, and I’m glad folks ave begun to recognize that his range reaches far beyond Star Trek.

23. Mike Ten - July 13, 2009

I can’t believe Mr. Stewart is 69 years old and William Shatner is 78! I guess it’s true that time flies when you are having fun.

I enjoyed Mr. Stewart’s work since the movies Lifeforce and Dune.

Live long and prosper Mr. Stewart.

24. Baroner - July 13, 2009

I watched the first 20 minutes of Generations today, and I realized how awesome that movie could have been if:

1) Shat, Koenig and Doohan were in it for about 20 more minutes;

2) The incredibly stupid sailing scene, attemting to show TNG’s “campiness” to rival the original cast’s, hadn’t made it off the cutting room floor; and,

3) THE ENTIRE END OF THE DAMNED MOVIE WAS DIFFERENT.

Sorry for the non-sequitur, but I had to let this out (again).

25. roy - July 13, 2009

I always felt that Patrick Stewart was a bit too good for Star Trek The Next Generation. Since Patrick has expressed in wanting to be a guest star on Doctor Who. Now if only the producers of Doctor Who could find him a part opposite Matt Smith in the new tv serial. Or if they could find him a part opposite David Tennant in the new supposed Doctor Who big screen production.

26. Third Remata'Klan - July 13, 2009

Happy Birthday, Mr. Stewart.

A total class act, the best actor Star Trek has or ever will see (to take nothing away from most of the others).

I miss TNG. :)

(But then again, I miss DS9 and ENT, too!)

27. jmralls2001 - July 13, 2009

Happy birthday to Patrick Stewart!

28. jastrek_montreal - July 13, 2009

bon fete le bon capitain. -Q

29. Kilo-Three-Zero - July 13, 2009

Here’s to the finest Captain in Starfleet!

“The line must be drawn Here! This far, No further!”

Indeed, the bar has been raised in which we hold all Starfleet commanders to be judged by. He set a great example and will live on as one of the best assets of Starfleet and Star Trek.

30. sci-fi bri - July 13, 2009

jean luc picard is my father.

31. girl6 - July 13, 2009

Happy birthday, Patrick. You still look good naked, baby.

32. Captain Roy Mustang - July 13, 2009

Happy birthday Patrick God bless

33. Hat Rick - July 13, 2009

Patrick Stewart, you may be the only actor alive capable of bringing life to a starship captain who could even remotely rival the Great One himself — Captain James T. Kirk.

Congratulations, sir, on your latest birthday, and may you have many, many more.

34. Dovile - July 13, 2009

Happy birthday, Mr. Stewart, and may you long grace our screens:)

35. Chris M - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday to Patrick Stewart!!

Haha Captain Picard Day! ROFL

36. Holger - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday, Patrick Stewart!

37. toddk - July 14, 2009

happy birthday patrick!! make it so!

38. ilkers - July 14, 2009

Happy birthday Patrick… We appreciate the class you’ve introduced to being the Enterprise’s captain… Although you looked quite tired in Nemesis I’d die to see you on that bridge once more if you really feel motivated about doing it again…

39. Millennium Vulcan - July 14, 2009

Mr. Stewart is one of the reasons I fell in love with Trek.

Happy Birthday Sir

40. Devon - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday Jean-Luc!

41. Spockish - July 14, 2009

Sorry for the correction, Happy birthday Admiral Jean Luc Picard, and to actor Patric Steward. All though we do not have a Holodeck yet I’d like to wish you can play the part of Cyber Neil Armstrong in this weeks upcoming 40th anniversary walk on the Moon that is comming up on July 20th, 2009. That image of the july 20th, 1969 moon walk in burnt in to my mrmory as strong as the September 3rd, 1989 first airing of The Next Generation in Denver.

42. beavis - July 14, 2009

heh heh, 69

43. captain_neill - July 14, 2009

Happy birthday Mr Stewart. One of the greatest actors ever.

Hope you had a great day

44. Ashley - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday! ^_^

45. The Original Animated Next Generation Deep Space Voyager Enterprise - July 14, 2009

Happy birthday, Mr. Stewart! Unlike some “purists” in the Trekverse who seem to believe your egomaniac predecessor is God’s gift to Star Trek and acting (when in fact you’d have to be a complete idiot not to realize the exact opposite is true at least for the latter), you’ve shown just how much of a class act you really are with you versatile acting style, your ability to make friends instead of enemies with your fellow cast mates, and your concern for all your fellow human beings by being a member of such organizations as Amnesty International and speaking out against the ills of humanity in various public service announcements. What’s the most admirable thing your predecessor has done? Apologize to Trek fans in general for telling them to get a life nearly 20 years later?

Also, I may be a bit biased because it was your Trek that was in its original run when I was a wee lad, but damn it, you’re my favorite captain!

46. Luke Sutton ('The Tenth Doctor') - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday to you, Mr. Stewart.

Best wishes. =]

47. Svavar - July 14, 2009

we have the same birthday, i’m honored

48. Lyle - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday Number One!

Stonecutters (AKA The Society of No Homers) rule!

49. Capitaine Picard Jr - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday Dad!!!!

50. Rusbeh - July 14, 2009

Agree with #45.
A very special happy birthday to the best Captain of the fleet ever and certainly the best actor of the entire Star Trek universe.
All the best for you Mr. Stewart, you were and are one of the main reasons i fell in love with Star Trek

51. Praetor Tal - July 14, 2009

Knighthood! Knighthood! Knighthood!

(Peerage?)

52. truth - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday to a cradle robbing British man with low self-esteem. Way to go turning 69 and “dating” a 31 year old waitress who spends 99% of her time in Booklyn serving pizza save for the short time you require her on your arm for photo ops in England so that you can appear less old and gay on the same day that the new Star Trek movie opens.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/05/08/sunny-ozell-patrick-stewa_n_200997.html

53. truth - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday to a cradle robbing British man with low self-esteem. Way to go turning 69 and “dating” a 31 year old waitress who spends 99% of her time in Booklyn serving pizza save for the short time you require her on your arm for photo ops in England so that you can appear less old and gay on the same day that the new Star Trek movie opens.

54. Kosher Coder - July 14, 2009

“There may be two Captain Kirks but there still is only one Captain Picard.”

…and there are, what, a dozen Spocks?

55. Chad N. - July 14, 2009

Here’s wishing you a very happy birthday, Mr. Stewart!

All the best, to the best captain, and one of the best actors of this generation.

Thank you!

56. Capt Krunch - July 14, 2009

Patrick Stewart is the best thing that ever happened to TREK!!!!
Happy Birthday..any many more!!!!! Live Long……and make it so!!.

57. Norm - July 14, 2009

52 – That’s really low, I’m sorry. I’ll leave it at that…

58. ajm1701 - July 14, 2009

53. truth

“Happy Birthday to a cradle robbing British man with low self-esteem. Way to go turning 69 and “dating” a 31 year old waitress who…”

You really are a class act aren’t you Mr Truth. Why go online to peddle your venom, is it because no one will listen to you in the real world?

59. Jim Smith - July 14, 2009

@24 GENERATIONS biggest problem is that the script is structurally unique in the history of drama. This is not a compliment.

I met Patrick Stewart at an Actors’ Benevolent Fund fundraiser. He was delightful. Though I think the fact that I wanted to talk to him about ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA probably helped.

He’s terrific in GODOT, btw, as he has been in all of his major stage work since returning to Britain.

As they’re now shooting a TVM of the HAMLET he was in, you can all catch up on that one.

60. Jim Smith - July 14, 2009

@ 51 The Knighthood will come. There’s a long, long history of stage actors being knighted when the time is right. A peerage would be pushing it. The number of actors who have been ennobled is tiny and as good as he undoubtedly is Mr Stewart is not in Olivier’s bracket when it comes to diversification and innovation. That’s not a dig. I’m certain he would concur.

61. Phoenix - July 14, 2009

HAPPY BIRTHDAY PATRICK!!!
I wish you well for the future.
Isn’t it also Captain Picard’s birthday on the 13th of July?
IT IS MY BIRTHDAY AS WELL!!! ^_^

62. Dave in RI - July 14, 2009

Can anyone provide a link to the short clip of Patrick describing a movie he’s making where he has mental powers that cause women’s clothes to fall off?

It was truly hilarious and I’d love to see it again!
Thanks

63. rm10019 - July 14, 2009

Here ya go! Ricky Gervais is brilliant:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fg_cwI1Xj4M

64. CmdrR - July 14, 2009

Since Brits say Happy Christmas, do I say Merry Birthday?

Whatever — hope you enjoy it.

65. baroner - July 14, 2009

59 – I agree with you, but had the ending been better, all would’ve been forgiven. Was it so damned hard to have Kirk accidentally transported up to the Enterprise (say, instead of Picard, who Riker thought he was saving or something), where he decided to take a shuttle and ram it in to the bird of prey or something? Work with me here. I don’t care what it was, just not what we ended up with. Wow, it’s so many years later and I’m still broken up about this worst on-screen death in story-telling history.

66. Tiberius1000 - July 14, 2009

The best Star Trek dialogue ever was spoken in star trek 8 between Lilly and him.
“If his chest had been a cannon, he would have shot his heart upon it.”
Patrick Stewart is an incredible actor and has awake my interest in William Shakespeare.
happy birthday!!

67. Larry - July 14, 2009

Happy Birthday Patrick!!!!!! Have many more happy years to “make it so”.

68. Lore - July 14, 2009

#5 & #6 No.

69. Lore - July 14, 2009

#5 & #6 “They all” also did Family Guy. I’m guessing if the pay was right, “They all” would do a skin flick in space.

70. AJ - July 14, 2009

53:

truth

Your blatantly sexist comment assumes that Mr. Stewart’s girlfriend, 31, has no say in the matter. And then you condemn her for having an unglamorous job. I hope your life is as interesting.

As this is a thread meant to honor a great actor, I also wish Mr. Stewart the best. And, while I never say stuff like this here, I would love to see Picard come back one more time!

71. Gul Macet - July 14, 2009

Boy, since retiring from that starship, Captain Picard doesn’t seem to be taking very good care of himself.

72. JIm Smith - July 15, 2009

@ 71 He’s in ridiculously good shape for a man of his age as his leaping around stages (wearing only a Roman skirt while doing so in one production) across the UK demonstrates. What he’s not doing is hiding the aging to his face. His beard is for the character, however. He looks younger without it.

73. Gul Macet - July 15, 2009

Jim S: My comment was only a joke, as he appears in Godot in very shabby atire and appearance, as opposed to his more regal, military look in ST.

74. Jim Smith - July 15, 2009

@73 Fair play. The mad stuff people say on here while clearly taking themselves horrendously seriously often means I don’t know how to take stuff. : )

75. Nick Cook - July 15, 2009

Many happy returns Mr Stewart. You’re still my favourite Captain. :)

76. Ultimate Trekker - July 15, 2009

He looks like a lot like the older Picard from All Good Things in that picture where he’s sporting the beard….

77. truth - July 16, 2009

A 70 year old wealthy man who dates a 31 year old waitress who lives in a different country is the very definition of insecure.

I feel sorry for Sunny Ozell, she clearly will need therapy over this. Shame on Stewart for taking advantage of a younger woman. One would hope that Stewart could act with “class” however its clear in his personal life he is incapable.

78. ajm1701 - July 16, 2009

77. truth – July 16, 2009

Who are you to judge the relationships of other people? What makes your view the definitive version of what is, and isn’t right? And on another level why do you even care so much about someone else private life?

79. truth - July 16, 2009

A 70 year old man dating a 31 year old woman is uncommon for a reason. I defy you to find a psychologist who will tip their hat to the couple with a 40 year age difference and suggest it is healthy in any way.

At 31, Ozell is young enough to be his grand-daughter and is also younger than his own children from his first marriage, Daniel, 41, and Sophie, 36.. What do Daniel and Sophie think?

While Stewart claims to fight for womens rights he is passive aggressively harming his own children as well as the parents of Ozell. Not to mention the fact that he is taking advantage of a young women who is clearly looking for a record contract and hoping the “relationship” benefits her music career.

Additionally are you not suspect of a long distance relationship across two continents? They trot out the “relationship” on literally the same day the Star Trek movie opens in an obvious PR stunt.

I say all of this because it is factually true.

I do not subscribe to celebrity worship and am here to point out the truth. Patrick Stewart is playing games with peoples lives and he lacks the “class” everyone seems to want to put on him merely because he has good diction.

80. dubb - July 16, 2009

He’s 69 years old??? Really?? Wow… 70 must be the new 40!

81. ajm1701 - July 16, 2009

79. truth – July 16, 2009

And you still insist on carrying on going on about something that’s got nothing to do with you.

There is no fact in anything your say, you just your unqualified and unwanted opinion.

Perhaps you should concern yourself more with the ‘fact’ that you seem to care too much about the private lives of two people who are doing nobody any harm. As you would put it “I defy you to find a psychologist”… who would think that you’re not just a little bit obsessed. Maybe this same psychologist would surmise that you may be lacking something in your own life that makes you like this. Of course just my opinion, i wouldn’t be so arrogant as to claim its a ‘fact’ as i’m talking about someone who’s private life i know nothing about. (Nor do i care to).

82. truth - July 16, 2009

Are they not 40 years apart in age?

Did they not “debut” the relationship in the press on the same day that Star Trek came out?

Is a 40 year age difference not uncommon?

Would it not be considered selfish and passive aggressive if your father started dating a woman younger than yourself after divorcing your mother? Would doing so be considered “classy”?

Is a multi-year long distance relationship between a man living in London and a woman living in Brooklyn suspect? or at the very least exceedingly uncommon?

Is Sunny Ozell not an unsigned singer, and would it not seem likely that her attachment to someone famous will in some way benefit her music career?

Does Patrick Stewart not claim to fight for women’s rights and against violence toward women?

Does a “sugar daddy” relationship strike you as psychologically appropriate and ultimately beneficial for a young woman to engage in? Do you believe that a 70 year old man who dates a 30 year old woman who lives in a different country truly has her best interests in mind?

81 ajm1701 – your taking criticism, rendered rationally towards these two quite personally. I am shocked at your unwillingness to look at the facts and instead point the finder at me. Don’t sack the messenger, I only bring the questions, and yes, the truth.

83. ajm1701 - July 16, 2009

82. truth – July 16, 2009

I take back what i wrote, you’re not a little bit obsessed, you’re a lot obsessed.

I’m sorry that you’re shocked that i’m unwilling to look at the facts (not that they are facts), but other peoples private lives are non of my business, or yours. At some point you may want to stop judging everyone else by your standards because you’re going to find firstly, that no one cares, and secondly, that no one but you is gong to live up to them but you because everyone is flawed.

84. truth - July 16, 2009

Their “relationship” is creepy and inappropriate no matter how you slice it.

Refusing to look at the fact while heaping praise on the man is short sighted celebrity worship.Calling the facts (yes facts, the age thing is math for goodness sake) “unqualified and unwanted opinion” seems to be designed to protect your putting him on a pedestal when in fact, the man himself is a clearly broken, insecure, cradle robbing mess of a human being who is incapable of maintaining a relationship with someone at his own level.

On the mans birthday, as he turns a ripe old 69 let us raise the glass to a shell of a man, incapable of finding a woman closer to his age let alone one who lives in his own country, and more appropriately a real WOMAN who would actually challenge him. Let us celebrate an accomplished actor who wishes to surround himself with people “lower” than he so he can feel like he’s powerful. So here I say “To the Sugar Daddy” who shovels Viagra into his greedy mouth as he parades a young singer on the red carpet in London while Hollywood celebrates the opening of Star Trek on the same evening. The world has passed him by, there is a new Captain on the enterprise – this is Stewart’s victory lap before retirement, unfortunately instead of going out like a lion, he’s going out like a sad schoolboy making one last ditch attempt to be the head of the pack.

85. ajm1701 - July 16, 2009

Last one to you Mr Truth, as you clearly miss a very big point, and i see that you will never see it.

“Calling the facts (yes facts, the age thing is math for goodness sake) “unqualified and unwanted opinion” seems to be designed to protect your putting him on a pedestal when in fact, the man himself is a clearly broken…”

Find one, just one post where i’ve put Mr Stewart on a pedestal. I respect him for his acting ability, and beyond that i have no opinion.

” So here I say “To the Sugar Daddy” who shovels Viagra into his greedy mouth…”

Yep, you’re big on those ‘facts’, but you KNOW he takes viagra? I’ve only chose one line, i could of chose any number from your post, its all the same, opinion, opinion, opinion.

Mr Stewart may have a loving caring relationship with is partner, and if they’re happy, good for them, no one is making either of them stay together. Is there a big age difference, yes, but so what, love has no barriers, only self imposed ones, you can’t seem to accept, there are no rules between consenting adults.

There is something ‘creepy and inappropriate’ going on around here, but its not coming from Patrick Stewart.

There’s a lot of bitterness in what you write, you may want to take a deep breath and concider what you write is showing a nasty side to yourself.

86. truth - July 16, 2009

ajm1701 – pointing and laughing at an old codger attempting to look cool by shipping in a girl who otherwise lives and works in Brooklyn New York is my opinion and my right. Sample 100 people on the topic of a 70 year old man dating a woman younger than his daughter on the creepiness scale. its off the charts. Stewart is creepy. Sunny Ozell is a gold digger. There I said it.

Using my keen sense of observation I’m stating the obvious, just because you choose to not look at it doesn’t mean its not there or that the press isn’t out there saying the same thing. Stating the obvious doesn’t make me nasty either, but I can imagine to someone who idolizes a celebrity the mere suggestion of cracks in the armor would send the desperate fan rushing to defend his good name and attack the observer who merely points out that the king has no clothes.

Stewart wears his inability to handle a relationship on his sleeve, he brags about it and that’s creepy to me and I’m sure to lots of other people as well. If you still think that makes me a big meanie then so be it.

I for one feel bad for Sunny Ozell and more directly I feel bad for Sunny’s father and for Stewart’s children. What an embarrassing situation they must have to face.

87. Mr. Delicious - July 16, 2009

Sir Patty puts Number One in his place…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl6VpmjKZAs&feature=related

88. cagmar - July 16, 2009

Truth, your perspective is certainly valid and recognized.

I submit, however, that love does not fit nicely into a box. Love is nebulous and erratic and often unusual. Each of us may love whomever we wish within the boundaries of the law. Some men will love other men. Some women will love other women. Some men may love much older women, and certain women may love far older men.

I can name at least 20 women I know who are in relationships with people of roughly the same age but who are absolutely “gold diggers”. I can name at least a couple older men who seek more than sex out of a relationship, but alas, are single and alone in the world. It is extensively proven that men’s sex drives reduce with age, and women’s increase with age. Perhaps an old man and a younger woman might be a better match than you think. Perhaps the same could be said for an older woman and a younger man.

That all you see in their relationship is sex and abuse is unfortunate. Perhaps he values nice words said about him. Perhaps she values the wisdom and clarity that comes with age, rather than the pig-headed hedonism of Young Kirk youth.

I am a believer that love exists in all shapes and sizes. The facts or “truth” you so vigorously lay out may be quite right. But your interpretations, I believe, are flawed. Whether or not I am right is again not known. Only their two hearts know. So let us leave it at that, and just wish them well in finding what is right for them.

89. truth - July 17, 2009

No one is wishing them ill, nor is anyone suggesting they’re not “in love” I am merely calling it suspect and creepy, and yes, ultimately damaging to both parties and their families.

I find it sad that a father would date a woman younger than his own daughter. I believe that sends a message, a passive aggressive and mean one to his daughter. I believe Sunny Ozell is sending a message, a passive aggressive and mean one to her father. I believe they’re doing this publicly and that is both selfish and creepy.

Their relationship is clearly benefiting them in shallow ways, it would seem if they truly were in “love” the rich man would bring the poor woman to live with him and care for her, yet he doesn’t. They live on different continents. Patrick is performing in a play in Europe. Ozell is serving Pizza on Flatbush Avenue. They’re companions for brief periods of time, apparently for red carpet events. I find that sad. None of you have to find it sad. I don’t require anyone else to care. I am here stating my opinion and the facts. Patrick Stewart, who just turned 69 is dating Sunny Ozell Michelson a 31 year old “woman” and thats creepy to me. I would expect more from Stewart than parading around in a polka dot “go out shirt” with a 31 year old girl on his arm on the same night that he is replaced in the captains chair in theaters. It was a lame move on his part, but creepy people do creepy things.

I would also hope for more from an aspiring singer than dating a man old enough to be her grandfather. I would hope she could stand on her own two feet musically and wouldn’t need a famous man to give her “street cred” because it will do quite the opposite. She looks desperate for attention to me. Her music on Myspace is unfortunately lame, her songs speak of depression, of looking for fame in the wrong places. I hope she finds her way.

90. loot123 - July 17, 2009

Truth, i love how you dress up what you say with concern for the families, as if that makes you sound ever so caring rather than the bigot you are.

You remind me of how bigots used to say that there shouldn’t be mixed race couples, or gay couples because it was wrong in there view. Luckily most of the open minded free world grew out of that.

You’re a shallow little man, why don’t you live and let live.

I can’t believe i wasted a minute of my life on you.

91. truth - July 17, 2009

A 40 year age gap is creepy. Universally so.

Both parties are severely lacking, most especially Sunny Ozell who requires a long distance relationship to a celebrity grandfather in order to gain access to fancy parties. Sunny is shallow as is Stewart.

As I said above, I’m entitled to my opinion and if you removed the “fame” and replaced the situation with characters in your own life and family you would find it creepy too, or at least those who are sane among us would.

92. loot123 - July 17, 2009

I wouldn’t go sticking my nose into other peoples lives like you do, so i wouldn’t find it creepy.

To be honest though, i have found your posts to be amusing.

93. cagmar - July 17, 2009

Oh Truth, the claimed universality of any concept often means you just haven’t researched the hundreds of thousands of varied cultures and tribes on our planet. I personally have no creepy feelings towards older men loving younger women. It obviously depends on the situation, but in this case, I take nothing creepy away from either of the two involved. I hope it is what makes them happy and that they can find peace together.

Go watch the brilliant (one of my favorite love movies of all time) “Shadowlands”. Or see “Harold & Maud” if you’re in a more playful mood.

But please leave this conversation alone now. You are repeating yourself.

94. Harry Ballz - July 17, 2009

Truth can be ugly sometimes!

95. mode1984 - July 18, 2009

Stewart is dating a 31 year old woman!? WOW!!! That guy really is the Captain! :)

96. mode1984 - July 18, 2009

By the way, Mr “Truth”… there is absolutely nothing wrong with a 69 year old man dating a 31 year old woman. She is a grown woman, for pete’s sake! She is not a little child. If I where you, I would keep your holier than thou judgments to yourself.

PS: he isn’t 40 years older. He is 38 years older. Hopefully that will let you sleep better in your puritan world.

97. Captain Atkin - July 18, 2009

Hahaha… I did a lttle search on “TRUTH”. He really hates Patrick Stewart for some odd reason. He posts on other sites bitching about Patrick dating younger women. Check out “west side blog – dot – com” if you want to see how much TRUTH hates him. Its pretty pathetic.

The “truth” is, men who bitch about older men dating younger woman are the ones who secretly wish they could date younger woman. That truth may hurt, but you know its true :)

98. Harry Ballz - July 18, 2009

Some people are just angry at the world and want to lash out in all different directions! Instead of constructively improving themselves they’d rather spend all their time and energy criticizing others!

99. AMC - July 19, 2009

I’m sorry to say old guys dating young women makes the older guy look insecure, though I would not go as far as Truth’s comments!

100. Harry Ballz - July 19, 2009

Insecure?

The girl’s name is secure? :>)

101. truth - July 20, 2009

I’m amused that Patrick Stewart fans call me “pathetic” “Bigot” “creepy” etc with some sort of superior attitude all for negatively judging Patrick and Sunny Ozell with apparently a superior attitude.

Men who date (and have sex with) women younger then their own daughter are creepy.

Patrick Stewart and Sunny Ozell’s inter-continental “relationship” is primarily a PR stunt.

Sunny Ozell is desperate for attention and a record contract.

Both wear their agendas on their sleeve, which is sad.

If anyone here thinks dating a woman younger than your daughter isn’t creepy I just cannot imagine your point of view, I believe its universally tacky and damaging.

102. terri90 - July 20, 2009

Wow. This guy’s nuts. Google “Patrick Stewart Sunny Ozell” and he’s everywhere. ajm, you’re right. He is crazy obsessed.

Happy Birthday to Mr. Stewart who should be “Sir” Stewart.

103. loot123 - July 20, 2009

Hi Terri, there’s something odd that this ‘truth’ bloke has such a strong opinion, he’s like a dog with a bone, he just won’t let it go. There are celebrities i like, and there are celebrities i don’t like, but it’s only a cursory dislike, i wouldn’t bang on about it, its not like anyone would care about my view, and as with ‘truth’, i know i’d be viewed as a joke. Our role is only to observe Patrick Stewart’s acting, not to be involved in his private life.

I do like ‘truth’s’ view’s on dating a woman younger than his daughter though, it makes me smile when he goes on about that. You’d think Partick Stewart invented the concept.

And i also agree with you, Mr Stewart should be “Sir” Stewart, for services to bridging the generation gap with younger women! (Now let’s see if ‘truth’ bites :-)))

104. terri90 - July 20, 2009

Hi back Loot. He actually identifies himself. In looking on google like I mentioned he has a myspace page where he claims he used to date Patrick’s girlfriend! He looks exactly like you would imagine him to. Creepy. To borrow “truth’s” words. I wonder if it’s actually true, but he’s so crazy I doubt it. I agree though. He is very entertaining. We can all have a laugh at his expense.

Does anyone know what Patrick Stewart is up to after Waiting for Godot is finished?

105. loot123 - July 20, 2009

Hi back at you Terri. What i don’t get is ‘Truth’s’ agenda. I get he doesn’t like PS’s relationship, and i have no problem with that, that’s up to him, strange and creepy that he even cares. But beyond that, does he think we’re all going to have an apithany (it’s not often you get to use that word)! Does he think that if he repeats himself enough we will all suddenly go “i think truth’s got a point”. If you read this Truth, you won’t change anyone’s mind, as much as i do care, i’m glad PS and his young lady are happy, that’s something i’d wish on everyone, find someone who makes you happy, whatever their race, gender or age, and stick with them.

He also likes to repeat himself about what would their families think… well, if i started dating Michelle Pfieffer (i can dream) and took her to meet my parents and family (the age gap isn’t as big, but it’d be big enough), i think they’d ask, ‘does she make you happy’, and once i said yes i think that’s all they’d care about.

Terri, does Truth think he’s dated Suuny, or is it someone else PS dated?

106. Harry Ballz - July 20, 2009

To paraphrase the title from an old TOS episode:

Is There In Truth No Common Sense?

Answer: apparently not!

107. org4xl - July 20, 2009

If Truth’s story is true (who knows) and Sunny lied to him from day 1 of a relationship, all the while cheating with Patrick Stewart for 8 months while double timing Truth, I’d have stronger words to use than “creepy”

108. steve178 - July 21, 2009

org4xl: hold the phone, now I’m confused. Can you or terri90 tell us what Truth is saying on his blog? I’m not a google expert like you both.

109. terri90 - July 21, 2009

My pleasure. Do we really think Patrick Stewart would be with someone who had a full-time relationship with someone else? That seems pretty ridiculous.

http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=530179&blogId=497977735

I don’t think this guy is very reliable. He’s clearly trying to be deliberately hurtful, bringing up their families and what not. And he’s crazy, putting up this blog for all his “friends” to see. Like I said, when you google “Patrick Stewart Sunny Ozell” you see evidence of his work for pages, and like AJM said, it’s all very repetative, obsessive stuff. It looks like it’s all because of that Daily Mail article. But they hardly debuted the relationship in May. They went to the Tonys together and the BAFTAS. Again you can see these pictures all over google.

I bet he’s someone that Sunny turned down and when he saw the Mail piece he lost his marbles.

But that’s just my opinion. I think it’s so sad that people in the public eye have to deal with this kind of stuff. Having someone smear you just because they’re jealous. Poor Stewart and Ozell. I bet they’re just fine though.

And I ask again does anybody know if PS is doing another play next or a movie?

110. org4xl - July 21, 2009

http://www.flickr.com/photos/breuklen/2190573334/

Doesn’t look to me like she turned him down.

It looks to me like his story is true.

It looks like birthday photos taken at the same time Patrick and Ozell are reported to have met.

111. loot123 - July 21, 2009

Riiiiiiiight, so on this site he has one story (too be an age gap, what would the family think, both desparate for attention, etc.) and on another site he’s dated her and got a transcript of conversations that go quite a long way back, hmmmm, call me cynical, but wouldn’t sticking to one story be far more consistant and realistic, it seems a lot more like he’ll take any chance to rubbish them.

If its true, and i do mean if, as i’m not remotely convinced its true as you can write anything without back up, then its all very scarely obsessive. I’ve been dumped enough times, and i don’t start a crusade on the internet, like every other sane person, i move on. Has he ever heard of the word ‘closure’?

Convice everyone its true, then what? Where do you go from there? Why not get a backbone and move on.

112. org4xl - July 21, 2009

loot123 – a very good point sir!! But I will say sometimes the truth is far stranger than fiction.

Photos of he and Sunny (at time of her and Patricks relationship) + Blog Story+ above posts = bitter and angry man over relationship gone bad.

I agree with Loot123 – to “Truth” if you’re still listening – time to move on dude.

If it is all true, both Ozell and Stewart are quite shallow indeed, all the more reason to move on — and look at your own anger issues, we all got stuff to work on man.

113. steve178 - July 21, 2009

OK so I’ve seen the photos, they look real to me and I’ve seen the blog post. I can say this, given what I’ve seen, they’ve clearly dated at the same time Ozell and Stewart dated.

If its all true org4xi (and those photos aren’t fake) then the guy would understandably be pissed and would have a reason to lash out. I mean the charge is pretty big – Stewart had a misstress who double timed “Truth” and Stewart at the same time

That would make Sunny a pretty major bitch.

114. org4xl - July 21, 2009

steve178 maybe all is true it certainly leans in that direction, but it wouldn’t give him the right to stoop to their level, he needs to walk away.

115. truth - July 21, 2009

“Convice everyone its true, then what? Where do you go from there? Why not get a backbone and move on.”

loot123. It is all true and venting is the point, not convincing anyone of anything.

Simply stated, Sunny cheated and lied to me, in a cruel and unusual manner about Patrick Stewart.

I find it creepy. I find old men dating much younger women creepy. Even before the Sunny thing, I found that kind of stuff creepy. The fact that Sunny was sleeping with both me and Stewart at the same time creeps me out immensely.

No backbone? I dumped her when I found out. And yes, I posted my point of view online. I don’t see how that means I have no backbone. Immature perhaps, I’d grant you immature for sure. but we’re all here posting our opinions, Thats what happens on blogs. I post my opinion which remains consistent. If people want to cheer them on they can, but their detractors – which amount to more than just myself, are free to boo if they want, especially if they know the two personally.

Why go on like this? Simple: Sunny’s tortured me quite a bit, continuing to reach out to me directly via email past our breakup with her relationship updates. I’m here saying “ouch” and reacting to what shes done, which is to rub her relationship with the man she cheated on me with in my face, which I will say again knowing it invites ridicule: its creepy.

Am I a bit obsessed? Definitely, but I was quite in love with the woman and the backstabbing was pretty major and is now being publicly played out. Had she cheated with a private individual the pain would certainly not be as great. Am I jealous? Nope. Am I hurt? Yup.

As to the conspiracy theorists – that this is all one big hoax. I have nothing other than photos of us together at the time of their supposed “courtship” or the word of myself and my friends and family that the above is all indeed sadly (very sadly) true.

And with that I bid you all goodbye. I will take org4xl’s advice he (or she) is the most sane of all of us.

116. loot123 - July 21, 2009

Mr Truth, the backbone i refer to is moving on, being dumped/two timed and all the rest of it is part of life, you’re not the first or last to be treated this way.

If its all true, then she’s not worthy of the time and effort you put into your time online that you spend rubbishing them. Get rid of the photo’s and everything else associated with your time with her, its only fueling your anger. Move on, and let them be, and you’ll be the better man.

117. terri90 - July 21, 2009

This all begs a question then. Truth/org4xl if Sunny Ozell was at your birthday, and was actually your girlfriend which I doubt very much, why not take it all up with her? Why do you need to pollute our fan site? What does any of this have to do with wishing Patrick Stewart a happy birthday? Your totally barking up the wrong tree here.

And according to what I’ve read they met while he was on Broadway last year with Macbeth which I think started in April. This may or may not be true, just as everything you say may or may not be true. But it’s none of our business.

118. truth - July 21, 2009

http://www.playbill.com/news/article/115007-Macbeth_Starring_Patrick_Stewart_Begins_BAM_Run_Feb._12

BAM is on Flatbush Avenue just blocks away from Franny’s Restaurant where Sunny Ozell serves Pizza.

If they say they met on Broadway they’re lying about that too.

I dated Ozell Through March.

You’re insistence on defending your celebrity God is more crazy than my own actions. Like I said, if you have the right to wish Stewart a happy birthday, then I have the right to wish the pot addict, cradle robbing, cheating and lying old codger an unhappy birthday.

119. loot123 - July 21, 2009

“You’re insistence on defending your celebrity God is more crazy than my own actions. Like I said, if you have the right to wish Stewart a happy birthday, then I have the right to wish the pot addict, cradle robbing, cheating and lying old codger an unhappy birthday.”

Well, i tried to speak reasonably to you, and to a degree you even built up some sympathy, but i can see now you’re beyond help.

Truth, your bitter, and you always remain so until you get over yourself. No here has been speaking about a celebrity God, they’ve been trying to talk sense to you.

120. truth - July 21, 2009

Just defending myself loot123, I don’t make my accusations lightly.

And do realize it is possible to carry a grudge and not have it affect your life outside the subject. Though I will understand if you doubt me here, I’m a relatively happy bastard. And if anything I’m mad my otherwise giving nature was taken advantage of by a liar and a cheater – but as you say time to move on, I’ve made my point.

All the best to you loot123, I appreciate your time and focus.

121. British Naval Dude - July 21, 2009

Oh fur’ tha’ love o’ all that is high and mighty…

I hope that when I’m an elder statesman I have me a gal half me age ta’ empty me drool bucket…

It is human to love beauty… it is even more human to shag a lovely lass half your age if you have tha’ means… Charlie Chaplin impregnated a lass when he wuz’ in his nineties…

I go fur’ older women meself… izzit wrong of tha’ Queen ta’ want me ta’ suckle her crown e’ery now and then? Nah! It be good fur’ us both. Older tarts still have lovely parts…

Get o’er it and move on.

Geez… I go ta’ a birthday party and folks go all wretched… at least I alone will eat tha’ cake… well- lucky, lovely Mr. Stewart has some cake ta’ eat too…

And he’s earned his.

Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…

122. Harry Ballz - July 21, 2009

The fun thing about the internet is that if you post something stupid in your youth, you end up looking like a dick FOREVER!

123. terri90 - July 21, 2009

Truth/org4xl (same person) has a genuine problem. In one breath he says he’s happy and fine, in the next he’s ranting about someone he may or may not have dated over a year ago. It is absolutely abnormal and pathetic to discuss one’s personal life online.

I hope Miss Ozell has a restraining order or some other form of protection. I hope she’s aware of this creep.

124. Spockanella - July 21, 2009

If Truth/org4xl is the same person, then I’m sure Mr. Pascale will have something to say about that. Sockpuppeting is strenuously frowned on at Trekmovie.com.

BND, ya wanker…the older ladies love you, too.

125. krikzil - July 22, 2009

“Men who date (and have sex with) women younger then their own daughter are creepy.”

Hmm….my dad was the same age as my grandmother. Sorry, love is love and age — unless it’s an R Kelly type dealy — is irrelevant. Personally, I’ve always preferred older men just like my mom. (More mature….perhaps that was Ms. Ozell’s issue!).

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