Patrick Wayne

Patrick John Morrison, better known by his stage name Patrick Wayne (born July 15, 1939), is an American actor, the second son of movie star John Wayne and his first wife, Josephine Alicia Saenz. He made over 40 films in his career, including nine with his father. In addition, Patrick Wayne held a role as the host of a 1990 revival of the television game show Tic-Tac-Dough and hosted the short-lived "Monte Carlo Show" in 1980. Born in Los Angeles, California, one of John Wayne's four children by his first wife, Patrick took his father's stage surname Wayne. He made a total of nine movies with his father John Wayne: Rio Grande (1950); The Quiet Man (1952); The Searchers (1956); The Alamo (1960); The Comancheros (1961); Donovan's Reef (1963); McLintock! (1963); The Green Berets (1968); Big Jake (1971). Patrick made his film debut at age 11 in his father's Rio Grande (1950). He followed that with films directed by family friend and iconic director John Ford: The Quiet Man (1952), The Sun Shines Bright (1953), The Long Gray Line (1955), Mister Roberts (1955), and The Searchers (1956). From 1957-1958, Wayne, at the age of eighteen, appeared as Walter on the CBS sitcom, Mr.


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