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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 3 March 1979Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Patrick was born in Boston, and though he moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting at a young age, his accent still comes through when he gets excited. At age fourteen, Patrick is most remembered for his break out lead role in the 20th Century Fox Feature Film, "The Sandlot" Directed by David M. Evans, and at sixteen he went on to star in Disney's "The Big Green" Directed by Holly Goldberg Sloan. He then went on to work steadily throughout the '90s and '00s in such films as "Son In Law", "PUNKS", "Ricky 6", "Very Mean Men", "Life Blood", "Dark Ride", "Dorm Daze" and countless others. He also has done several Movies of the Week and starred on such shows as "ER", "The X-Files" & "Boston Legal" (where he didn't have a Boston accent... #irony).

His long list of credits also include guest starring on "CSI", for CBS, and "The Closer", for TNT. Patrick previously recurred on "Over There", for FX, and "Judging Amy", for CBS.

One of his most recent projects, "Bad Roomies", is Patrick's first film as a producer and his return to the big screen as an actor. "Bad Roomies", Directed by Jason Schnell, Written by Justin Mooney and also starring Tommy Savas, is a dark comedy about two guys who decide to get a female roommate for all the wrong reasons, forever turning their lives upside-down. It is due out Spring 2015.

Even more recently Patrick starred opposite Steve Guttenberg for the Syfy Movie for Television "Lavantula", as well as guest starring on "Bones", for Fox.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Spouse (1)

Jasmin Renna (6 October 2006 - present)

Trivia (4)

Easily recognized as the cute, chubby, curly-haired redhead who was waiting for a page from his "sweetie" on one of the more well-known AT&T commercials with David Arquette.
Teamed up with friend and fellow actor Andrew Keegan for the 1997 independent short "Everyday", about three boys' reaction to the death of Buddy Holly.
Attended Delphi Academy in Boston.
Celebrity Judge at UCLA's Spring Sing 2005

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