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Patrick Swayze's Dream - the Word ‘Cure’ Will No Longer Be Followed by the Words ‘is Impossible.

57 years old Patrick Wayne Swayze famous as an American actor, dancer, and singer-songwriter has died on September 14, 2009. According to the Spokesman-Review his publicist, Annett Wolf released that “Patrick Swayze passed away peacefully today with family at his side after facing the challenges of his illness for the last 20 months.” In films Dirty Dancing and Ghost he was best-known as the male lead actor. In 1991 he was listed by People magazine as its "Sexiest Man Alive".

Unfortunately, Patrick Swayze was diagnosed with Stage IV pancreatic cancer in January 2008. The actor, who refused to use painkillers while making "The Beast" because they would have taken the edge off his performance, fought against the illness and finally succumbed to the pancreatic cancer on September 14, 2009.

The last words of the star of hit film such as “Dirty Dancing” and “Ghost” were as following: “I keep dreaming of a future, a future with a long and healthy life, a life not lived in the shadow of cancer, but in the light. … I dream that the word ‘cure’ will no longer be followed by the words ‘is impossible.”Born in Houston, Texas on August 18th, 1952, his professional career began off-screen in the Broadway production of Grease. The latest movie Powder Blue is remarkable as he played together with his brother, Don for the first time. There are about 8,270,000 results for his name in the Google. Worlds leading media channels cover news about his death and played roles. patrick-swayze-vote-definitive-role is making the research on “What was Patrick Swayze's definitive role?” Everybody can vote and fix his/her point of view. Patrick Swayze was a three time Golden Globe nominated actor who is best known for his leading man roles in Ghost and Dirty Dancing, and earned a Golden Globe nomination for his charming 1996 performance as Vida Boheme alongside Wesley Snipes and John Leguizamo in the universal Pictures hit To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar.

According to the Official Patrick Swayze Fan Club the filmography is as follows:


Skatetown U.S.A. - "Ace" 1979
The Outsiders - "Darrel Curtis" 1983
Uncommon Valor - "Kevin Scott" 1983
Grandview U.S.A. - "Ernie (Slam) Webster" 1984
(Patrick and Lisa choreographers)
Red Dawn - "Jed Eckert" 1984
Youngblood - "Derek Sutton" 1986
Steel Dawn - "Nomad" 1987
Dirty Dancing - "Johnny Castle" 1987
Tiger Warsaw - "Chuck (Tiger) Warsaw" 1988
Road House - "Dalton" 1989
Next of Kin - "Truman Gates" 1989
Ghost - "Sam Wheat" 1990
Point Break - "Bodhi" 1991
City of Joy - "Dr. Max Lowe" 1992
Father Hood - "Jack Charles" 1993
Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill - "Pecos Bill" 1994
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar - "Vida Boheme" 1995
Three Wishes - "Jack McCloud" 1995
Letters from a Killer - "Race Darnell" 1998
Black Dog - "Jack Crews" 1998
Forever Lulu (aka Along for the Ride) - "Ben Clifton" 2000

Donnie Darko - "Jim Cunningham" 2001
The Green Dragon - "Sgt. Jim Lance" 2002
Waking Up In Reno - "Roy Kirkendall" 2002
One Last Dance - "Travis MacPhearson" 2003
(Patrick also Producer)
11:14 - "Frank" 2003
George and the Dragon - "Garth" 2004
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights - "Dance Class Instructor (cameo)" 2004
Keeping Mum - "Lance" 2005
Jump! - "Richard Pressburger "
The Fox and the Hound 2 - Voice of "Cash" 2006
Christmas in Wonderland - 2007 - "Wayne Saunders"
Powder Blue - 2008


Return of the Rebels - "K.C. Barnes" 1981
The Comeback Kid 1982
M*A*S*H - "Gary Sturges" 1982
Renegades - "Bandit" 1982
Offsides - "Doug Zimmer" 1984
Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories - Life on Death Row - "Eric Peterson" 1985
North and South - Book I - "Orry Main" 1985
North and South - Book II - "Orry Main" 1986
Swayze Dancing 1988
Saturday Night Live! - "Guest Host" 1991
World Music Awards - "Host, Special Dance Performance" 1994
A&E Biography - "All the Right Moves - Patrick Swayze" 2000
E! entertainment channel - "E! True Hollywood Story: Dirty Dancing" 2001
King Solomon's Mines - "Allan Quatermain" 2003
Icon - "Jason Monk" 2005
The Beast - "Charles Barker " 2009


Disney on Parade - "Prince Charming"
Goodtime Charlie
Grease - "Danny Zuko"
Without a Word
Love Letters
Chicago - "Billy Flynn"
(Broadway December 2003 and Touring Production December 2003/January 2004)
Guys and Dolls - "Nathan Detroit "
(27th July 2006 to 2 December 2006)

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