Patrick is an award-winning actor, director, producer, and writer living in Los Angeles.

Patrick's acting credits include "Stop The Bleeding!" (lead, web series, 49 episodes), Elsewhere (supporting lead, 2017 feature; Winner: Emerging Actor Award — Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival), Baker's Dozen (romantic supporting lead, web series, 3 episodes), Frat Pack (supporting, 2018 feature w/ Beverly D'Angelo and Danny Trejo), At The Top of the Pyramid (supporting lead, 2014 feature w/ Dean Cain and Steve Guttenberg), "Team Umizoomi" (guest star, Nick Jr). Commercially, Patrick has appeared in spots for Axe, Comedy Central, Playstation, Walmart, 1-800-RECYCLING, and others. Patrick's stage acting credits include The Irish Curse (Off B'way, SoHo), Agamemnon (La MaMa), Elsewhere (Kraine), All Hail Hurricane Gordo (Humana; ATL; Cleveland), The Front Page, The Corn is Green & Peter and the Star Catchers (Williamstown), The Rabbit Hole & The Cherry Orchard (Huntington).

In 2012, in response to his younger brother's hemophilia-related death, Patrick co-founded the content agency and production company Believe Limited and began creating content for patients and families affected by bleeding disorders. He is the creator, executive producer, and lead actor of the award-winning educational comedy series about bleeding disorders, "Stop The Bleeding!", the director of the World Federation of Hemophilia's (WFH) "Treatment For All" video series profiling patient stories and hemophilia care in developing countries, the founder of the podcast network BloodStream Media, and the creator of an international theatre and arts therapy program for teens affected by bleeding disorders called Breaking Through!

In 2017, Patrick made his debut as a feature film director with Elsewhere (Winner: Best Picture — Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival; Winner: Best Ensemble — New York City Indie Film Festival), and in 2019 he makes his documentary feature debut with Bombardier Blood (w/ Executive Producer Alex Borstein), a film following the first hemophiliac to attempt Mount Everest and profiling global disparities in hemophilia care.  He's also an Executive Producer on the documentary My Beautiful Stutter (along with Paul Rudd and World Series MVP George Springer) and the short film sometimes, i think about dying (official selection of 2019 Sundance Film Festival).

Patrick is a global health advocate who has led workshops and programs in 36 states and around the world. He's been recognized with the Hemophilia Federation of America's Health & Wellness Award (2013), the National Hemophilia Foundation's Meritorious Service Award (2014), and was a featured speaker during WFH's World Congress (2016, 2018). He is also the founding board president of the 501(c)(3) Entertainment 2 Affect Change, an organization dedicated to supporting entertainment aimed at improving the lives of people in minor health and social populations. Graduate: Boston University's School of Theatre (BFA, Acting).


In late 2018, BuzzFeed released this 8-minute feature on how the loss of Patrick’s brother Adam led to building Believe Limited. Shoutout and thank you to director/producer Josh Davis.