Patrick, a LAMDA graduate, has had an extensive career in theatre, TV and film.
He has starred in a wide variety of acclaimed features including Joe Wright’s ATONEMENT; Steven Spielberg’s MUNICH and WAR HORSE; Ridley Scott’s A GOOD YEAR; Peter Greenaway’s TULSE LUPER’S SUITCASES; Richard Linklater’s ME AND ORSON WELLES; Bill Condon’s MR HOLMES with Ian McKellan; and LONDON HAS FALLEN. He recently starred in Mike Leigh’s PETERLOO and took the lead in MISS MARX which showed in competition at the Venice Film Festival.
For television, Patrick is currently to be seen in Apple TV’s LIAISON opposite Eva Green, and has recently completed FRANKLIN IN PARIS with Michael Douglas.
Patrick began his career playing Richard Carstone in the BBC’s acclaimed production of BLEAK HOUSE. He went on to appear as Dr Douglas Mason in the acclaimed series BOARDWALK EMPIRE, earning a nomination for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Patrick played Allston Wheatley in Netflix’s award-winning series THE QUEEN’S GAMBIT opposite Anya Taylor-Joy; McKechnie in Tom Stoppard’s PARADE’S END for HBO; Dennis Wilson in the BBC mini-series MRS WILSON opposite Ruth Wilson; and Terence Sampson in DOWNTON ABBEY.
His work in comedy includes Neil in PEEP SHOW, Will in the acclaimed FX series ATLANTA, and in multiple roles in OURHOUSE and THE SOPHISTICATED NEANDERTHAL INTERVIEW for the artist Nathaniel Mellors.
Patrick’s stage work includes Carrie Cracknell’s OIL at the Almeida; Michael Grandage’s PHOTOGRAPH 51 opposite Nicole Kidman in the West End; Camille in the National Theatre’s THÉRÈSE RAQUIN directed by Marianne Elliott; and Michael Grandage’s production of SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER with Diana Rigg. He took the leads in two Harold Pinter plays, THE LOVER and THE COLLECTION directed by Michael Kahn at the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
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