Patricia M. Tourret was born in London in the first quarter of 1929, the eldest of four daughters of Gaston Tourret and his wife Phyllis, née Evans. She was educated at Harrow Art School before becoming a freelance illustrator. She created the daily strip Tiffany Jones, about the adventures of a model, with writer Jenny Butterworth in the Daily Sketch and Daily Mail from 1964 to 1977, which was also syndicated worldwide and spawned a 1973 film starring Anouska Hempel. She also drew for British girls' comics, including Girl and Boyfriend, in the early 1960s, and has illustrated children's books and educational books. Her sisters Gwen and Shirley are also illustrators and comics artists.
- Pat Tourret at B. L. Kearley Illustration Agency
- Steve Holland, Happy Valentine's Day, Bear Alley, 14 February 2008
- Foreign Favorites: Tiffany Jones, Dave Karlen Original Art Blog, 23 December 2009
- KB, British Girls' Comics: Girl Annual 1965, Out of This World, 18 January 2011