Patrick Cullen | Biography

Originally from Perth, Patrick completed a bachelor of Arts at Curtin University majoring in Theatre and Journalism. In 2011 he moved to Sydney to study in the fulltime acting course at The Actors Centre Australia. At ACA Patrick was fortunate to play Julius Caesar in Julius Caesar directed by George Ogilvie AM, Borkin in Checkov's Ivanov and Bernie in Sexual Perversity in Chicago directed by Adam Cook. Since graduating Patrick's theatre credits include Low Level Panic (Old Fitzroy Theatre), Journeys End (ATYP/Cross Pollinate), Bully Boy (Blood Moon Theatre) Between Us: The Voices Project (ATYP) and Brittania Waives The Rules as part of Sydney Fringe. His film credits include the 2011 feature Wasted on the Young (Paramount/WMBC) and shorts - Noah (Checkovs Gun), Ladylike (Checkovs Gun) and Orgy (Nauta Productions). For television Patricks credits include Winter (Channel 7), Doctor Doctor (Channel 9) and The Other Guy (Stan) which will be on screens later in 2017.

Patrick also runs a small production company called Ginger Snap productions mainly shooting self tests for actors and spends his limited downtime playing music, video games and watching cricket. Patrick is a proud equity member and is thrilled to be a part of One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest and Sport for Jove!

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Patrick Cullen | Biography


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