Patrick recently appeared on the Abbey Stage in the Corn Exchange production, THE FALL OF THE SECOND REPUBLIC directed by Annie Ryan.
Other recent credits include THE THING ABOUT DECEMBER, EDEN and the role of Hammie in PUMPGIRL by Abbie Spallen and directed by Andrew Flynn for Decadent Theatre Company, the role of John Cronin in BREAD NOT PROFITS by Mike Finn for Guna Nua, Dermot in PORT AUTHORITY by Conor McPherson and directed by Andrew Flynn for Decadent Theatre Company, Guido in THE MISFITS by Arthur Miller, reimagined for the stage by Annie Ryan for Corn Exchange for the Dublin Theatre Festival 2018, Brendan in THE WEIR by Conor McPherson, directed by Andrew Flynn for Decadent Theatre Company, the role of Captain in WHITBY, directed by Joan Sheehy at Smock Alley Theatre and DAMO AND IVOR THE MOVIE directed by Rob and Ronan Burke.
Patrick studied acting in the School of Drama, Trinity College Dublin, and since then has appeared in a number of film and television credits including THE WHISTLEBLOWER, NORTHANGER ABBEY, PURE MULE and TRIVIA. He also played the role of Karl alongside Domhnall Gleeson in Tom Hall's critically-acclaimed SENSATION. He is perhaps best-known for his regular role of Garda Paudge Brennan in the popular TV3/BBC drama RED ROCK.
Theatre credits include the role of Motor in Livin Dred Theatre’s revival of RIDE ON, which toured nationally, EDEN and A SKULL IN CONNEMARA both directed by Andrew Flynn with Decadent Theatre Company, WUTHERING HEIGHTS, THE POSSIBILITIES, DRACULA, Belltable Theatre's THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY, and the incredibly popular ALONE IT STANDS from Lane Productions which toured for a number of years.
Patrick is also an experienced voiceover artist. He is based between Limerick and Dublin.