Born July 8 in The Biggest Little City in the World, Reno, NV, Patrick was introduced to musical theater at a young age by his grandmother, an actress and singer, who is both his inspiration and his mentor. At age 10 he began performing with the international children’s group Sunshine Generation. A consummate performer, he took to directing and starring in his own renditions of classic shows with his neighborhood friends.

A graduate of Proctor R. Hug High School, he was featured in a number of school plays and musicals and was a member of the Nevada All State Chorus. Upon graduation he was accepted, on scholarship, to the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City.

Post graduation from AMDA, Patrick has been seen and was showcased in a variety of roles in theater, television and cabaret as well as voiceover projects.  Most notably he was cast as a regularly featured bartender, Jeff, of ABC Daytime’s Emmy Award-winning drama “One Life to Live” and as Roger Fox on ABC Daytime’s Emmy Award-winning drama “General Hospital”. More recently, Patrick completed contracts with Disney Cruise Line and continues to work as a freelance voiceover artist.

Dedicated to his craft, Patrick continues his pursuit for his next project, one that both challenges and inspires.