- SOME OF YOUR BLOOD
Not a vampire this time but a Colonel
during the Korean War dealing with a
strange young G.I. who has gotten
himself into deep trouble.
- GQ Photo Spread as
‘Jonah’ – as in the ark. Fun.
- CRIMSON CIRCLE
Patrick is the not so perfect father to
the troubled lead, Ryan de Quintal.
Directed by Francisco Ramirez.
- A SEPARATE LIFE
A family tragedy forces Lily, Jillian
O’Neil (writer/director) to revisit the
past she left behind.
- The Train Station
(Tentative Title for this Story Project
A collaborative feature film conceived
and produced around the world, directed
by Todd Felderstein.
- Poseidon the God of the Sea
in a Vitamin Water commercial.
- CRIMSON WINTER
Bryan Ferriter’s first time directing of
his original story about vampires,
Patrick is a Vampire Oracle who is
gradually fading away.
- AMERICAN BANDITS: FRANK AND
Directed by Fred Olen Ray, Patrick is a
suspecting small town Bartender.
- A LITTLE STEP
A Japanese man revisits his past when he
returns to the U.S. to find his child
from a previous marriage. Directed by
Teppei Nakamura, starring Tsuyoshi Ihara
(Baron Nishi) of Eastwood’s Letters from
Iwo Jima. Patrick played Ihara’s old
- YouTube series
entitled: PLAYERS AT THE
POKER PALACE, written and
directed by Ted Lange. A reminder, the
language is 'R' rated. Nevertheless,
check us out. Patrick is in most
episodes as "Mack",
the token white. View the series at:
- Patrick plays 'Marcus' the homeless guy in
The film won the Grand Jury Prize
at the Oklahoma City Dead Center Film
Festival. Now on DVD and Netflix.
- Short Track Movie Trailer Pops
watch on YouTube!
- KING OF THE ROAD –
"Panhead McCoy"– Biker Ghost and
Narrator. Shot in the Pittsburgh area
for ten days of fun. Premiered at
- THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT,
directed and starring C. Thomas Howell.
Patrick plays 'Conrad' the Irish sea captain long
lost on the island. Now On DVD!
- Updates done monthly, read more
under News etc...
Welcome to my
One secret to a satisfying life has
got to be taking one thing at a time
and always learning something new.
Continued training in martial arts,
acting and learning the
screenwriter’s craft keep me on my
toes. Storytelling and the parallels
of these disciplines is abundantly
I believe we need to stay focused
and aware at all times to make the
most of this life, to connect and be
in the moment. As serious as all
this sounds, balance is necessary,
humor invaluable, and to go a step
further, a sense of the ridiculous
is the sublime. My motto is, it’s
always now and it’s never too late.
A background in musical comedy,
eight years in the military, a stint
as a clown at the famed Cirque
Medrano in Paris where I lived and
worked for six years, have left
their mark. Aikido, a Japanese
martial art, Japanese calligraphy
and the Japanese language are a
constant preoccupation. The process
of polishing the spirit as in Zen
swordsmanship applies to the actor’s
and writer’s craft as well, in my
Languages are a fascination and
along with speaking French, I’m
always trying to learn more German,
Spanish and even Danish. I coach
young actors in my spare time and
have a black belt in aikido and
poker! Kidding! But poker and chess
are definitely passions, right along
with Japanese calligraphy and the
Foreign Film Committee for the
Oscars. I’m also on the Executive
Committee for the Student Academy
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