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Robert Hammond Patrick Jr.[1] (born November 5, 1958)[2] is an American actor, perhaps best known for his portrayals of villainous characters.[3] He is a Saturn Award
Saturn Award
winner with four nominations. Patrick dropped out of college when drama class sparked his interest in acting, and entered film in 1986. After playing a supporting role in Die Hard 2
Die Hard 2
(1990), Patrick starred as the T-1000, the main antagonist of Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) – a role he reprised for cameo appearances in Wayne's World (1992) and Last Action Hero (1993). Other notable film credits include Fire in the Sky
Fire in the Sky
(1993), Striptease (1996), Cop Land
Cop Land
(1997), The Faculty
The Faculty
(1998), Spy Kids (2001), Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003), Ladder 49
Ladder 49
(2004), Walk the Line (2005), Flags of Our Fathers (2006), We Are Marshall
We Are Marshall
(2006), Bridge to Terabithia (2007), The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009), and Safe House (2012). In television, Patrick is known for his portrayals of FBI Special Agent John Doggett
John Doggett
in The X-Files
The X-Files
and Colonel Tom Ryan in The Unit, and has played ongoing roles in series such as The Outer Limits, The Sopranos, Elvis, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Burn Notice, Last Resort, Sons of Anarchy
Sons of Anarchy
and From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series. In 2014 he was cast in the role of DHS agent Cabe Gallo in the CBS
CBS
drama series Scorpion. AllMovie
AllMovie
journalist Tracie Cooper wrote that, by the conclusion of The X-Files in 2002, Patrick had "developed a solid reputation within the industry", with critics, fans and co-stars alike praising his "work ethic, personality, and consistent performances."[2] He was described by actor and director Jason Bateman
Jason Bateman
as "one of the great heavies."[4]

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career

2.1 Early work 2.2 Later work

3 Personal life 4 Filmography

4.1 Film 4.2 Television 4.3 Video games

5 Awards and nominations 6 References 7 External links

Early life[edit] Patrick was born in Marietta, Georgia, the oldest of five children born to Nadine and Robert Patrick
Robert Patrick
Sr. Patrick is of Scottish-Irish ancestry.[5] His siblings are Richard Patrick
Richard Patrick
(who is the lead singer for the rock band Filter), Cheri, Karen and Lewis. He spent his early life in Bay Village, a small suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, while he moved around the country. Patrick did not start to pursue an acting career until his mid-twenties. During his childhood years, Patrick did not like to act. In third grade, he refused to wear a pair of green tights required for Peter Pan.[2] He graduated from Farmington High School in Farmington, Michigan
Farmington, Michigan
in 1977. Patrick was a track and field and football athlete at Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green State University
He dropped out before graduating when he found interest in Drama and acting.[1] After leaving college, Patrick secured a position as a house painter and continued as such until a boating accident in 1984 in Lake Erie.[2] He swam for three hours in order to save the others still stranded on the accident site, nearly drowning in the attempt.[1] After the accident, he moved from Ohio
Ohio
to Los Angeles, California, at age 26. His main income during the first years was as a bartender, and he often lived in his car. Patrick was then picked up for various small roles and cameos in low-budget films. Looking back, Patrick credited his early appearances in films to his "tough-looking exterior".[2] Career[edit] Early work[edit] Patrick made a short appearance in Die Hard 2
Die Hard 2
as a bit part henchman for Colonel Stuart before landing a role in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) as the main villain, the T-1000; it was his first starring role. James Cameron, the film's director, said he chose Patrick for the role because of his physical appearance, which he felt fit the role. During the filming of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Patrick was "broke", living in a cheap apartment with his girlfriend, Barbara, whom he married during filming. He has credited the film with starting his career.[2][6] After Terminator 2, Patrick landed roles in various feature films such as Last Action Hero, Fire in the Sky
Fire in the Sky
(both 1993) and Striptease (1996). Because of his fondness for martial arts, Patrick starred in two martial arts films titled Double Dragon and Hong Kong 97, both released in 1994. His performance in Fire in the Sky
Fire in the Sky
led The X-Files creator Chris Carter to cast him in that series for the role of John Doggett. Patrick's brother, Richard, had previously worked for the series by adding music for the soundtrack album The X-Files: The Album. Patrick was cast as Doggett in 2000. The X-Files
The X-Files
was canceled two seasons later, after Duchovny left the show following season 7, which resulted in low ratings for the show. Patrick made several appearances on many genre magazines, with TV Guide
TV Guide
going so far as to label him one of the Ten Sexiest Men of Sci-Fi.[2] In 2000, Patrick appeared in three episodes of The Sopranos
The Sopranos
("The Happy Wanderer", "Bust Out" and "Funhouse") as David Scatino, a store owner struggling with gambling debts owed to Richie Aprile and Tony Soprano. Four years later, he made a guest appearance in the pilot episodes for Sci-Fi Channel's original series Stargate Atlantis, "Rising", as the military component commander of the Atlantis expedition, Marshall Sumner. He accepted the role, since he had worked with the same crew on The Outer Limits, a series which he appeared in during the early 1990s.[6] Later work[edit]

Patrick in December 2007

Patrick played Johnny Cash's father, Ray Cash, in the film Walk the Line and Elvis's father, Vernon Presley in the miniseries Elvis.[7] He had a regular role on The Unit,[8] and played Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley
in Lonely Street (2008).[9] In October 2006, he starred in the WWE Films production The Marine
The Marine
as Rome.[10] He also appeared in We Are Marshall as Marshall University
Marshall University
head coach Rick Tolley, who lost his life when Southern Airways Flight 932
Southern Airways Flight 932
crashed in 1970.[11] His credits also include a guest starring role in the Lost episode "Outlaws", as well as a recurring role as the voice of Master Piandao in Season 3 of the Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. Patrick played a supporting role in Firewall, a 2006 action movie starring Harrison Ford. He has also appeared in Meat Loaf's music video "Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer than They Are" with Will Estes.[12] Director McG, who directed Terminator Salvation, said that he wanted to reintroduce characters from the previous Terminator films: "I like the idea and the perspective for the next picture that you meet Robert Patrick the way he looks today, and he's a scientist that's working on, you know, improving cell replication so we can stay healthier and we can cure diabetes and do all these things that sound like good ideas, and to once again live as idealized expressions as ourselves."[13] Patrick also starred in the psychological thriller The Black Water of Echo's Pond, which was directed by Italian filmmaker Gabriel Bologna.[14] In recent years, he has appeared in such television series as Burn Notice, NCIS and True Blood, among others. From 2012 to 2013, he also starred in Last Resort as Chief of the Boat Joseph Prosser. He played a supporting character in Identity Thief (2013). Starting in 2014 he also starred in Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series as Jacob Fuller. He currently plays Agent Cabe Gallo on the CBS
CBS
drama series Scorpion. On March 28, 2017, Patrick had been cast in upcoming Amazon Video horror anthology series Lore, which is based on the award-winning and critically acclaimed podcast of the same name. Lore recounts true stories of frightening and paranormal occurrences. The series will be executive produced by Aaron Mahnke.[15] Lore will premier on October 13, 2017.[16] Personal life[edit] Patrick married actress Barbara Hooper during the filming of Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). Patrick and Barbara have appeared together in various media releases such as Zero Tolerance and The X-Files.[2] He has two children, a son, Samuel, and a daughter, Austin (named after the police officer the T-1000
T-1000
impersonates in Terminator 2). Almost every year, he does the Love Ride, a charity motorcycle ride held annually in Southern California.[17] His brother is Richard Patrick, former guitarist of Nine Inch Nails
Nine Inch Nails
and lead singer of the rock bands Filter and Army of Anyone.[6] On October 22, 2010, the brothers sang guest vocals on the Filter song "So I Quit" on stage in Dallas, Texas.[18] Patrick is a devout Christian, of the Episcopalian denomination.[19] Robert Patrick
Robert Patrick
is a member of the Boozefighters
Boozefighters
motorcycle club. Filmography[edit] Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

1986 Eye of the Eagle Johnny Ransom

Equalizer 2000 Deke

Future Hunters Slade

1987 Killer Instinct Johnny Ransom

Warlords from Hell

1989 Hollywood Boulevard II Cameraman

1990 Die Hard 2 O'Reilly

1991 Terminator 2: Judgment Day T-1000

1992 Wayne's World T-1000 Cameo

Broken Cop Uncredited

1993 Fire in the Sky Mike Rogers

Last Action Hero T-1000 Brief non-speaking cameo

1994 Double Dragon Koga Shuko

The Cool Surface Jarvis Scott Writer

Body Shot Mickey Dane

Hong Kong 97 Reginald Cameron

1995 Zero Tolerance Jeff Douglas

Decoy Jack Travis

1996 T2 3-D: Battle Across Time T-1000 Universal Studios
Universal Studios
attraction

Striptease Darrell Grant

1997 Cop Land Officer Jack Rucker

Rosewood Fanny's Lover

Hacks Goatee

The Only Thrill Tom McHenry

Asylum Nicholas Tordone

1998 The Vivero Letter James Wheeler

Tactical Assault Colonel Lee Banning

Ambushed Shannon Herrold

Renegade Force Jake McInroy

The Faculty Coach Joe Willis

1999 From Dusk Till Dawn
From Dusk Till Dawn
2: Texas
Texas
Blood Money Buck Direct-to-video

A Texas
Texas
Funeral Zach

Shogun Cop Detective

2000 Mexico City Ambassador Mills

All the Pretty Horses Cole

2001 Spy Kids Mr. Lisp

Texas
Texas
Rangers Sgt. John Armstrong

BackFlash Ray Bennet

Angels Don't Sleep Here Detective Russell Stark

2002 Out of These Rooms John Michael

Pavement Samuel Brown

The Hire: Ticker FBI Agent Short film Uncredited

D-Tox Peter Noah

2003 Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Ray Carter

2004 Ladder 49 Lenny Richter

2005 Supercross Earl Cole

Walk the Line Ray Cash

The Fix Shay Riley

2006 Firewall Gary Mitchell

The Marine Rome

Flags of Our Fathers Colonel Chandler Johnson

We Are Marshall Head Coach Rick Tolley Uncredited

2007 Bridge to Terabithia Jack Aarons

Balls of Fury Sgt. Pete Daytona

2008 Fly Me to the Moon Louie Voice

Strange Wilderness Gus Hayden

2008 Autopsy Dr. David Benway

Alien Trespass Vernon

Lonely Street Mr. Aaron

The Black Waters of Echo's Pond Pete

The Men Who Stare at Goats Todd Nixon

2010 Five Minarets in New York Becker

The Wrath of Cain Warden Dean

2011 S.W.A.T.: Fire Fight Walter Hatch

Red Faction: Origins Alec Mason

Good Day for It Luke Cain

2012 Safe House Daniel Kiefer

Trouble with the Curve Vince

Jayne Mansfield's Car Jimbo Caldwell

Mafia Jules Dupree

2013 Gangster Squad Max Kennard

Lovelace John Boreman

Identity Thief Skiptracer

2014 Endless Love Harry Elliot

Kill the Messenger Ronald J. Quail

The Road Within Robert

Ask Me Anything Doug Kampenfelt

2015 Lost After Dark Mr. C

Hellions Corman

Hollywood Adventures Studio Guard #1 Chinese film

2017 Eloise Dr. H.H. Greiss

Last Rampage Gary Tison

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

1989 The New Lassie Russ Episode: "Once Upon a Time..."

1992 Tales from the Crypt Lothar Episode: "The New Arrival"

1993 SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron Dr. Lieter Greenbox Voice Episode: "Chaos in Crystal"

1995 Body Language Delbert Radley Television film

1995–1996 The Outer Limits Major John Stokes Guest role; 2 episode

1996–1997 The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Roger T. "Race" Bannon/Additional voices Main role; 24 episodes

1996 Superman: The Animated Series LeBeau Voice Episode: "Feeding Time"

1997 Rag and Bone Sgt. Daniel Ryan Television film

1998 Perfect Assassins Leo Benita Television film

1999 The Angry Beavers Wingnut Voice Episode: "Mistaken Identity/Easy Peasy Rider"

2000 The Sopranos David Scatino Guest role; 3 episodes

Batman Beyond Richard Armacost Voice Episode: "Big Time"

2000–2002 The X-Files John Doggett Main role; 41 episodes

2003 1st to Die Nicholas Jenks Television film

2004 Bad Apple Colonel Tom Ryanmy "Bells" Bellavita Television film

Stargate Atlantis Colonel Marshall Sumner Episode: "Rising"

2005 Lost Hibbs Episode: "Outlaws"

Duck Dodgers J. Edgar Ashcan/Prisoner Voice Episode: "Of Course You Know, This Means War and Peace: Part I"

Elvis Vernon Presley Miniseries

Law & Order: Special
Special
Victims Unit Ray Schenkel Episode: "Demons"

2006 Ben 10 Phil/Rookie Voice Episode: "Truth"

2006–2009 The Unit Colonel Tom Ryan Main role; 69 episodes

2006–2009 Disorderly Conduct: Video on Patrol Narrator Voice

2007–2008 Avatar: The Last Airbender Piandao Voice 2 episodes

2008 The Batman Hawkman/Katar Hol Voice 2 episodes

2009 Hell's Kitchen Himself Episode: "9 Chefs Compete"

American Dad! Stranger Episode: "In Country...Club

2009–2010 NCIS Col. Merton Bell Guest role; 2 episodes

2010 Psych Major General Felts Episode: "You Can't Handle This Episode"

Chuck Colonel Keller Episode: "Chuck Versus the Tic Tac"

Burn Notice John Barrett Guest role; 2 episodes

2011 Big Love Bud Mayberry Guest role; 2 episodes

2012–2014 True Blood Jackson Herveaux Main role; 12 episodes

2012 Last Resort Command Master Chief Petty Officer Joseph Prosser Main role; 13 episodes

2013–2014 Sons of Anarchy President Les Packer Guest role; 2 episodes

2014 Community Head of Parking Waldron Episode: "Analysis of Cork-Based Networking"

From Dusk till Dawn: The Series Jacob Fuller Main cast (season 1); 10 episodes

2014–present Scorpion Agent Cabe Gallo Main role; 83 episodes

2017 Lore Reverend Eliakim Phelps Episode: "Passing Notes"

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

1992 Terminator 2: Judgment Day T-1000 Voice

1995 The Dig Commander Boston Low Voice

2005 The Outfit Deuce Williams Voice

2013 LocoCycle S.P.I.K.E. Voice

2014 Elite: Dangerous Zachary Hudson Voice[citation needed]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result

1992 MTV Movie Awards Best Villain Terminator 2: Judgment Day Nominated

1992 Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actor Terminator 2: Judgment Day Nominated

1994 Saturn Awards Best Actor Fire in the Sky Nominated

2001 Saturn Awards Best Actor
Actor
on Television The X-Files Won

2002 Saturn Awards Best Actor
Actor
on Television The X-Files Nominated

2005 Jury Awards Best Actor The Fix Won

References[edit]

^ a b c "Robert Patrick: Biography". TV Guide. Retrieved August 21, 2009.  ^ a b c d e f g h "Robert Patrick". AllMovie. Retrieved February 13, 2018.  ^ ‘Last Resort’s’ Robert Patrick
Robert Patrick
says he’s not the villain this time. Yahoo! ^ Identity Thief: Cops, Cons and Skiptracers. Emanuel Levy. ^ "Robert Patrick". TVGuide.com. Retrieved 4 March 2016.  ^ a b c Anderson, Martin (February 28, 2008). "The Den of Geek interview: Robert Patrick". The Den of Geek. Retrieved August 21, 2009.  ^ Bianco, Robert (May 5, 2008). "A shook-up 'Elvis' biopic". USA Today. Retrieved August 28, 2009.  ^ Baillie, Russell (October 21, 2006). " Robert Patrick
Robert Patrick
goes commando". New Zealand Herald. Retrieved August 28, 2009.  ^ Beifuss, John (August 1, 2009). "As Elvis, Robert Patrick
Robert Patrick
Wanted to Pay Tribute, Restore 'Dignity' to the King". California
California
Chronicle. Retrieved August 28, 2009.  ^ Hiltbrand, David (August 1, 2009). ""The Marine": Little depth, lotsa pow!". The Seattle Times. Retrieved August 28, 2009.  ^ Toole, Angie (January 7, 2007) "'We Are Marshall': Former NHS Eagles football star gets to try on coaching cleats in this new Matthew McConaughey movie". Northwest Florida Daily News. Retrieved on August 28, 2009. ^ Catlin, Roger (January 7, 2007) "On Tour, Meat Loaf
Meat Loaf
head's for home". Hartford Courant. Retrieved on August 28, 2009. ^ Jake Rico (January 12, 2009). " Terminator Salvation
Terminator Salvation
- First Review". ShowBizCafe.com. Retrieved August 28, 2009.  ^ "Theatrical One Sheet for 'Black Waters of Echo's Pond'".  ^ "Amazon's 'Lore' TV Adaptation Adds 'Scorpion's' Robert Patrick". Deadline. March 28, 2017.  ^ Eric McAdams (August 29, 2017). "Watch the Trailer for Lore, Amazon's Creepy New Show". Paste Magazine. Retrieved August 29, 2017. [permanent dead link] ^ "20,000 cyclists join Love Ride". Clutch and Chrome.  ^ Filter - So I Quit - HD w/ Robert Patrick
Robert Patrick
- 10-22-10 - Dallas, TX on YouTube ^ "robert patrick (@robertpatrickT2) - Twitter". Retrieved 4 March 2016. 

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Saturn Award
Saturn Award
for Best Actor
Actor
on Television

Kyle Chandler
Kyle Chandler
(1996) Steven Weber (1997) Richard Dean Anderson
Richard Dean Anderson
(1998) David Boreanaz
David Boreanaz
(1999) Robert Patrick
Robert Patrick
(2000) Ben Browder
Ben Browder
(2001) David Boreanaz
David Boreanaz
(2002) David Boreanaz
David Boreanaz
(2003) Ben Browder
Ben Browder
(2004) Matthew Fox
Matthew Fox
(2005) Michael C. Hall
Michael C. Hall
(2006) Matthew Fox
Matthew Fox
(2007) Edward James Olmos
Edward James Olmos
(2008) Josh Holloway
Josh Holloway
(2009) Stephen Moyer
Stephen Moyer
(2010) Bryan Cranston
Bryan Cranston
(2011) Kevin Bacon
Kevin Bacon
/ Bryan Cranston
Bryan Cranston
(2012) Mads Mikkelsen
Mads Mikkelsen
(2013) Hugh Dancy
Hugh Dancy
/ Andrew Lincoln
Andrew Lincoln
(2014) Bruce Campbell
Bruce Campbell
(2015) Andrew Lincoln
Andrew Lincoln
(2016)

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