Patrick de Lacy Aherne
6 January 1901
King's Norton, Worcestershire, England
|Died||30 September 1970 69) (aged|
Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, United States
Patrick de Lacy Aherne (6 January 1901 – 30 September 1970) was an English film actor.  He was the son of the architect William de Lacy Aherne, and the elder brother of the actor Brian Aherne. The family lived at Kings Norton.
He was married to actress/comedian Renée Houston, with whom he adopted two children (Teri and Trevor) and had two children (Patrick Anthony and Alan Brian). Pat Aherne was a silent screen leading man, who was reduced to playing minor supporting roles after the transition to sound (due to hearing loss). His most notable on-screen appearances after 1930, were in Green Dolphin Street , Rocketship X-M and The Court Jester . He was a champion boxer and was in the first boxing film ever made. Pat was also a motorcycle trick rider and friend of Harley and Davidson. 
Following death he donated his body to science. 
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