Patricia Sue Pearcy
Bell County, Texas, U.S.
Patricia Sue Pearcy is an American film, stage, and television actress. She began her career in theatre, appearing on Broadway and in local theatre companies in Connecticut and Kentucky before making her film debut in Monte Hellman's Cockfighter (1974).
She worked extensively in local theatre in the early 1970s, including at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, where she appeared in productions of Solitaire/Double Solitaire (1971), which was later staged on Broadway at the John Golden Theatre. and also appeared in numerous plays at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, including roles in productions of Tom Stoppard's The Real Inspector Hound and Bertolt Brecht's The Threepenny Opera.
She made her film debut in Monte Hellman's Cockfighter (1974), opposite Warren Oates and Harry Dean Stanton, and then appeared in the creature horror film Squirm (1976). She would appear in several television series, including Starsky and Hutch and The Rockford Files, before having a supporting role in The Goodbye Girl (1977).
|1973–1974||One Life to Live||Melinda Cramer Janssen||Recurring|
|1974||Cockfighter||Mary Elizabeth||Also known as Born to Kill|
|1976||Squirm||Geraldine 'Geri' Sanders|
|1977||Starsky and Hutch||Gail Harcourt||Season 2, Episode 14: 'Bloodbath'|
|1977||The Rockford Files||Pavarthi||Season 4, Episode 7: 'Quickie Nirvana'|
|1977||The Goodbye Girl||Rhonda Fontana|
|1979||Charleston||Valerie Cross||Television film|
|1981||Delusion||Meredith Stone||Also known as The House Where Death Lives|
|1984||T.J. Hooker||Shirley Potter||Season 3, Episode 13: 'The Lipstick Killer'|
|1984||Little House: Bless All the Dear Children||Elsa Norris||Television film|
|1995||Texas Justice||Kimberly||Television film|
|1995||Crystania no densetsu||Old Woman||Voice, (English version)|
|1996||Tattoon Master||Maureen||Voice, (English version)|
|1971||Solitaire/Double Solitaire||Daughter||John Golden Theatre (New York City)|||
|1972||The Wedding||Nastasya Timofeyevna||Long Wharf Theatre|||
|1974||Female Transport||Sarah||The Actors Theatre (Louisville, Kentucky)|||
|1974||Frankenstein||Elizabeth||The Actors Theatre|||
|1974||Countess Dracula||Laura||The Actors Theatre|||
|1975||The Real Inspector Hound||Cynthia||The Actors Theatre|||
|1975||A Flea in Her Ear||Lucienne Homenides de Histangua||The Actors Theatre|||
|1975||The Threepenny Opera||Dolly||The Actors Theatre|||
|2009||Long Day's Journey Into Night||Mary||The Off Center Theatre (Austin, Texas)|||
- "'60s". The Alcalde. University of Texas, Austin: 39. April 1968 – via Google Books.
- Anderson, Robert (1972). Solitaire/Double Solitaire. p. 4. ISBN 9780822210504 – via Google Books.
- "Solitaire Broadway". Playbill.com. Retrieved April 22, 2017.
- "Russian Plays on Long Wharf Stage". The Bridgeport Post. Bridgeport, Connecticut. March 22, 1972. p. 45 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Female Transport". The Actors Theatre of Louisville. Retrieved April 22, 2017.
- "Frankenstein". The Actors Theatre of Louisville. Retrieved April 22, 2017.
- "Countess Dracula". The Actors Theatre of Louisville. Retrieved April 22, 2017.
- "The Real Inspector Hound". The Actors Theatre of Louisville. Retrieved April 22, 2017.
- "A Flea in Her Ear". The Actors Theatre of Louisville. Retrieved April 22, 2017.
- "The Threepenny Opera". The Actors Theatre of Louisville. Retrieved April 22, 2017.
- Syam, Avimaan (June 5, 2009). "Long Day's Journey Into Night". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved April 22, 2017.