In her Broadway and musical debut as the Countess Charlotte in Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music, Patricia Elliott won Broadway’s triple crown: the Tony, Theatre World and Drama Desk Awards. She was nominated for a second Tony for her performance in the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Shadow Box. Other awards include a Drama Desk nomination for her Dorine in Tartuffe, a Drama-Logue Award for her Myra in Hay Fever and a Daily News Drama Critics Award for her Siri in Night of the Tribades. She also starred as Mrs. Kendal opposite David Bowie in Broadway’s The Elephant Man. Her rich acting experience includes theater on and off Broadway, regional theater, extensive film and television.
Elliott was born in Gunnison, Colorado and is a graduate of the University of Colorado. She began acting at Harvard University while there as director of the Hometown News Office. She trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.