2004; ST; Peter and Stolte; Night Letters; SATC; Chris Drummond
2003; ST; Terry; The Cavalcaders; Ensemble; Maeliosa Stafford
2002; R; The Reader; Eclipse; ABC; Ann Wynter
2001; ST; Don Pedro/Ursula; Much Ado About Nothing; Railway Street; Mary Anne Giford
2000; SF; JPW King; The Gigli Concert; O'Punksky's; John O'Hare
1998; FF; Colonel Blakeny; Pride; Toei Films - Japan; Shunya Ito
1997; R ; Reader; The Drowner - Book Reading; ABC; Ann Wynter
1996; ST; Tribune; Coriolanus; Bell Shakespeare Co; Steven Berkoff
1995; ST; William; Dead White Males; STC; Wayne Harrison
1991; ST; Shakespeare / Marlowe; Cheapside; Druid Theatre Co Galway; Roland Jaquerello
Patrick has been acting professionally for more than 30 years and is best known to audiences as Jack Gibson in the incredibly successful ABC drama Sea Change. For those with longer memories the names of Arthur Simpson in Carson’s Law and Mark Harvey in A Timeless Land may ring distant bells.
Patrick’s main body of work has been for the stage. He has worked with the STC, MTC, SATC, the Druid, the Ensemble, Railway St, the Griffin, Legs On The Wall and many other companies. He has toured nationally with Bell Shakespeare and performed at arts festivals nationally and internationally. Patrick’s recent stage work includes David Hare’s Via Dolorosa, a remarkable play for one actor dealing with the Palestinian/Israeli conflict, presented at the Old Fitzroy, Adelaide festival, Carnivale and Guernsey. The Cavalcaders by Billy Roche for the Ensemble, The Gigli Concert for O’Punksky’s, Night Letters for SATC, How Like An Angel for Railway St, For The Love of Alma Mahler for Pascal Productions at the Opera House Studio and Death Variations for East Coast Theatre Company.
Recent Film includes Timon and Ballistic Session.
Patrick often reads stories, poetry etc for ABC Radio.
Patrick is a core member of O’Punksky’s Theatre with whom he variously acts, designs, produces and tackles every other tasks that crops up in a company of passionate theatre artists.