Patrick is an actor and theatremaker who grew up on Prince Edward Island and lived for half a decade in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Miracles happen when a group of frightened people meet to build things together. That’s why he does theatre.
Patrick has performed professionally in such companies as Repercussion (dir: Amanda Kellock, Montreal), Sweetline (dir: Danielle Irvine, St. John’s), and the Confederation Players (dir: Greg Doran, Charlottetown). His screen work can be seen on the Discovery/Netflix original series Frontier, and the upcoming film Moment One (Ewola Cinema).
At the National Theatre School he trained with many coaches including Ian Watson (Shakespeare), David Latham (Neutral Mask), Jackie Maxwell (Chekhov), Adam Lazarus & Ann-Marie Kerr (Jeu), Anita Nittoly and John Stead (Stage Combat), Graeme Somerville and Deborah Hay (Shaw), Brenda Bazinet (Naturalism), Fiona Byrne (Canadian Scene Study), and many others. At NTS he played Romeo in Romeo & Juliet (dir: Danielle Irvine), and performed in shows directed by Alisa Palmer, Arianna Bardesono, Zach Fraser, Mike Payette, and Krista Jackson.
Patrick is also a writer and his plays have been produced in the PEI Fringe Festival (Oh, Prometheus!, 2013) and the St. John’s Shorts Festival (Brûlé, 2017). In his free time he loves cycling, canoeing, reading, and playing guitar.
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Height: 5’8’’ Voice: Bass Hair: Brown Eyes: Green