Melody Patterson Biography
Melody Patricia Patterson was an American actress. Her most famous television series was F Troop and also in the Cult. In addition to that, Melody features in the Blood and Lace horror film.
Melody Patterson Age
Patricia was born in 1949, April 16 and died at the age of 66 years.
Melody Patterson Childhood
Melody was a daughter to Pat Patterson (father a machinist) and Rosemary Wilson(dancer). At the age of 5, Melody did the unexpected.
She wrote a play and even directed it. In between 5 and 10 years, she has participated as a photographer’s model, actress, and ice skater. In her education, she has been in Hollywood Professional School in ninth grade. While an actress in F Troop, she was in Warner Bros. School.
Melody Patterson Marriage
She was first married by James MacArthur, an actor. Their marriage lasted for five years (1970-1975). They moved to Honolulu in Hawaii. After their divorce, she got married to Vern Miller, a musician. This was in 1998 until 2015, her death. In between the two spouses, in 1976, Melody was married to Robert Seaton until 1993. Information on her children will be uploaded soon.
Melody Patterson Career
Forging her birth certificate, to read 18years, was an opening for her first career job. She was 16 when she first played in F Troop. When F Troop was canceled, Melody joined television, radio, and theater in 1967. Some of the television shows include Mr. Novak and Shining.
Three years later, Melody tried modeling and with this, she appeared in television commercials. Also, she features in three episodes of Hawaii Five-O. Being on screen for the first time was in Bye Bye Birdie in 1963 and in featured drama in 1968 The Angry Breed. More of her films include:
- The Cycle Savage featuring Bruce Dern.
- Slasher film: Blood and Lace- playing the lead in 1971.
- Also, she was in The Harrad Experiment in 1973.
- The Immortalizer in 1990- a horror film.
Different from being in her state, while in Hawaii, Melody was in the play Butterflies Are Free. Also in House of Blue Leaves (University of Hawaii) and in The Front Page as Peggy.
Apart from being in films, Patterson wrote a column, Wrapping with Wrangler for Wildest Western Magazine.
Melody Patterson Recognitions
The Motion Picture and Television Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists named Patterson in the Deb Stars. She was recognized as one of 12 young actresses in 1965.
Also in nominations, the Warner Bros. Studio had nominated her.
Melody Patterson Death
At her old age, Patterson was in a nursing home. She died from organs failure in 2015, August 20. Melody Patterson died at 66 in a nursing home at Hollister, Missouri.
Melody Patterson Movies & TV Shows
Bye Bye Birdie
The Angry Breed
The Cycle Savages
Blood and Lace
The Harrad Experiment
Wendy and Me
Wrangler Jane Angelica Thrift
Kathy / Sherry / Missy
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