Mike Patton (II)

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Michael Allan Patton was born on January 27th 1968 in California. He formed the band Mr Bungle at the age of 15, and after Jim Martin (of Faith No More) heard Mr Bungle, Mike was asked to join Faith No More as a permanent full time vocalist. After a turbulent career which lasted until April 1998, Faith No More broke up and since then Mike has ... See full bio »

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Body of Lies Soundtrack
Bunraku The Narrator


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  Edge of Twilight (Video Game) (post-production)
The Outsider (voice)
 2016 The Absence of Eddy Table (Short)
Eddy Table (voice)
 2014 Tomahawk: South Paw (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 2013 Tomahawk: Oddfellows (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 2012 Tomahawk: Stone Letter (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 2012 The Darkness II (Video Game)
Darkness (voice)
 2010 Bunraku
The Narrator (voice)
 2009 Left 4 Dead 2 (Video Game)
Infected / Smoker / Hunter (voice)
 2009 Bionic Commando (Video Game)
Nathan Spencer (voice)
 2008 Left 4 Dead (Video Game)
Infected Sounds / Common Infected / Smoker / ... (voice)
 2008 Metalocalypse (TV Series)
Rikki Kixx
- Snakes N Barrels II: Part 2 (2008) ... Rikki Kixx (voice)
- Snakes N Barrels II: Part 1 (2008) ... Rikki Kixx (voice)
 2007 I Am Legend
Creatures (voice)
 2007 Portal (Video Game)
The Anger Sphere (voice)
 2007 The Darkness (Video Game)
The Darkness (voice)
 2005 Firecracker
Frank / David
 1997 Faith No More: Stripsearch (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 1997 Faith No More: Ashes to Ashes (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 1997 Faith No More: Last Cup of Sorrow (Music Video)
John 'Scottie' Ferguson
 1995 Faith No More: Evidence (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 1995 Faith No More: Ricochet (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 1995 Faith No More: Digging the Grave (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 1993 Faith No More: Easy (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 1993 Faith No More: Surprise! You're Dead! (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 1992 Faith No More: Everything's Ruined (Music Video)
Mike Patton
 1992 Faith No More: A Small Victory (Music Video)
Mike Patton
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Singer and songwriter for multi-platinum musical group Faith No More. Singer and songwriter for musical groups Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, Peeping Tom, Tomahawk, and Moonraker.

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Alternate Names:

Mike | Faith No More


5' 8½" (1.74 m)


Titi Zuccatosta

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Oh, have you seen Beavis and Butt-Head when they watch one of our videos and Beavis goes: 'These guys sound just like the Chili Peppers?' As if I haven't heard that one before! See more »


Highly talented singer of Faith No More (1989 to 1998 when the band broke up), Mr Bungle, Fantomas, Maldoror, and a solo career (2 albums, Pranzo Oltranzista (1997) and Adult Themes For Voice (1996)). Has also worked with John Zorn, Sepultura and was a part of the "Weird Little Boy" project with Zorn and Bungle guitarist Trey Sprunace (who also joined Faith No More for the album "King For A Day, ... See more »


Wide vocal range, ranging from low growls to wailing falsetto.

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