Patrick Gorman

Patrick Gorman

actor, additional crew, executive

Patrick Gorman was born on Aug 03, 1934 in California. Patrick Gorman's big-screen debut came with Three Days of the Condor directed by Sydney Pollack in 1975, strarring Martin. Patrick Gorman is known for Avengers: Endgame directed by Anthony Russo, Robert Downey Jr. stars as Tony Stark and Chris Evans as Steve Rogers. The upcoming new movie Patrick Gorman plays is No Name and Dynamite Davenport which will be released on Feb 21, 2022.

Patrick has appeared as a performer in almost all phases of entertainment. He was born in Visalia, California. Although he's been in SAG over 50 years, he began his professional career as a dancer. He was with Judy Garland at the Palace on Broadway and Donald O'Connor and Sammy Davis Jr. in Las Vegas. After his military service, he was a clown at the Cirque Medrano (in Paris, France) and was the only American in "How To Succed In Business Without Really Trying" (also in Paris). Patrick performed in television, film and stage in France before appearing in Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival. He has appeared on and off-Broadway and spent time in such prestigious repertory companies as Seattle Rep, ACT (San Francisco) and Actor's Theatre Louisville, among others. His two favorite roles in theatre were "Truffaldino" in "The Servant of Two Masters" and the prosecuting attorney in "In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer", both at Seattle Rep. In television and film, his favorites are "Jacques Du Bois", the arrogant French fencer on Happy Days - Les jours heureux: The Duel (1979) and "Major General John Bell Hood" in the films, Gettysburg (1993) and Gods and Generals (2003). Patrick still trains, is a Black Belt in Aikido and, along with acting, his passions are poker, chess, Japanese calligraphy and the Foreign Language Committee for the Oscars.

  • Birthday

    Aug 03, 1934
  • Place of Birth

    Visalia, California
  • Also known

    Patrick O. Gorman

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