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  1. Patrick Stewart hated having pet fish in Picard's ready room on TNG, considering it an affront to a show that valued the dignity of different species

  2. Patrick Stewart is a major fan of Beavis and Butthead, to the point of collecting merchandise and calling it an addiction

  3. Patrick Stewart expected Star Trek: TNG to fail and would not have joined if he'd known it would air for seven seasons.

  4. Sir Patrick Stewart is an everyday cannabis user

  5. Patrick Stewart signed a 6-year contract for "Star Trek: The Next Generation" because he, his agent, and others with whom Stewart consulted all believed that the new TV show would quickly fail, and he would return to his Shakespearean career after making some money.

  6. When Patrick Stewart was first asked to consider playing Professor X on film, the actor had no idea who the character was. So when one of the producers handed him an 'X-Men' comic from her desk he responded, "What am I doing on the front of a comic book?"

  7. When Patrick Stewart first saw an X-Men comic he asked, "What am I doing on the front of a comic book?"

  8. Patrick Stewart lost all of his hair at age 18 and thought that no woman would ever be interested in him again

  9. Patrick Stewart wanted to play Othello from the age of 14. In 1997 he got his chance, by portraying a white Othello in an otherwise all-black cast

  10. Patrick Stewart's son, Daniel, plays Picard's son in The Inner Light, in his alternative life on Kataan.

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Gene Roddenberry was asked by a reporter about casting Patrick Stewart in Star Trek: TNG. "Surely by the 24th century, they would have found a cure for male pattern baldness." And Gene Roddenberry responded "No, by the 24th century, no one will care."

Before X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) began filming. Patrick Stewart informed director Bryan Singer that he would be willing to play Mystique instead of Jennifer Lawrence. He said: "I am so ready to be naked, painted blue, and the world is ready for it too."

Captain Jean-Luc Picard did originally have a French accent, but it was scrapped because no one could take it seriously. According to Patrick Stewart, "it sounded like Inspector Clouseau."

Patrick Stewart once said that, "All of those years in Royal Shakespeare Company -- playing all those kings, emperors, princes and tragic heroes -- were nothing but preparation for sitting in the captain's chair of the Enterprise."

When 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' began, Patrick Stewart dreaded having to learn and recite technobabble dialogue. He got used to doing so, however, and "space-time continuum" became his favorite technical phrase.

Patrick Stewart, while he was going bald in his teens, believed no woman would ever be interested in him again, and gave up on the idea of love and relationships.

Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen never played chess in their life until the movie X-Men required them to do so. A chess master came in to teach them.

Patrick Stewart adapted Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol into a one-man show, where he played over 30 characters in a three hour long performance.

In 1997, Sir Patrick Stewart put on and starred in a "photo negative" production of Othello. He starred as a white Othello opposite a black cast. It was the first time this concept was used.

In auditioning for the role of Captain Picard, Patrick Stewart had initially brought a toupee out of concern over his baldness. Gene Roddenberry told him to ditch it.

Patrick Stewart was so skeptical about the success of "Star Trek" that he didn't unpack his bag for six weeks.

Patrick Stewart was the original narrator of "The Nightmare Before Christmas,". Although, Tim Burton eventually cut his narration and changed the voice, the film's composer, Danny Elfman, kept Stewart's original recording in his soundtrack because he liked the actor's reading better.

Patrick Stewart was initially considered for the role of Data in Star Trek the Next Generation. Roddenberry did not want to cast Stewart as Picard, since he had envisioned an actor who was "masculine, virile, and had a lot of hair".

Gene Roddenberry envisioned Jean-Luc Picard as someone who was "masculine, virile, and had a lot of hair," so Patrick Stewart auditioned for the role wearing an "awful looking" hairpiece. His performance impressed everyone so much that they hired him anyway, and made him ditch the toupee.

Sir Patrick Stewart used to regularly fabricate fake news in the newspaper he worked for because he was spending his time practicing theatre with a theatre company during times that conflicted with his work schedule as a journalist.

Patrick Stewart largely changed the way people pronounce the word "data"

Patrick Stewart went bald at 19 years old.

Patrick Stewart (age 76) is married to a 38 year old American woman

Sir Patrick Stewart thought he was circumcised for most of his life until his wife, and doctor, informed him that he wasn't.

Patrick Stewart watched Galaxy Quest in a full theatre on a Saturday night, and laughed louder than anyone there

When told that Captain Picard drank a lot of tea, Patrick Stewart suggested the character should drink lapsang souchong (a variety favored by Winston Churchill). The producers were afraid that audience members wouldn't know what it was, so they made him change it to Earl Grey.

Patrick Stewart was the original narrator of The Nightmare Before Christmas but was replaced before release. You can still hear his version on the soundtrack.

Patrick Stewart grew up speaking a Yorkshire dialect that is almost completely unintelligible to normal English speakers.

King Goobot V, supreme ruler of the Yolkians and Jimmy Neutron's arch-nemesis, was voiced by none other than Sir Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart, was initially considered for the role of Data in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Roddenberry did not want to cast Stewart as Picard, since he had envisioned an actor who was "masculine, virile, and had a lot of hair". Roddenberry's first choice was Stephen Macht