Patricia Owens (actress)

Patricia Owens ( born January 17, 1925 in Golden, British Columbia, Canada, † August 31 2000 in Lancaster, California, United States) was an American actress.


Her film debut was in 1943 with Miss London Ltd.. But she played only in 1957 on the side of James Mason and Joan Fontaine in Hot Earth her ​​first major role. In the same year she received the female lead role in Sayonara as a partner of Marlon Brando. A year later she had a great success in the horror film The Fly. She also appeared opposite Robert Taylor and Richard Widmark in the Western The Treasure of the hanged man. At the end of the 1950s, the artist was also in TV productions, such as Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, and last seen in Lassie, 1968. In 1958 she was nominated for a Laurel Award.

Patricia Owens was married to the screenwriter Sy Bartlett.

Filmography (selection)