People are not quite sure what came first, the Patrick, the G, or the McGee. However, the forces known as Ed and Val McGee came together to unite in order to create the killer combination of humor and good looks known as Patrick G. McGee (also known on the streets as Patty G.) Patrick, or Patty G., has spent the past 12 years as a professional actor performing in regional theaters, acting off-off broadway in world premieres with up and coming playwrights, touring the amazing country known as U.S. of A., creating funny and original characters in indie films and webisodes, and rocking out to Billy Joel in the shower! He now calls Northern Virginia home and continues to audition and create projects.
Patrick filmed and created the lead role of James in the new romantic comedy short film, Small Talk, where a quirky young blogger with whole lot of heart loses the safety net of his phone. In order to regain his comfort, James is faced to deal with the adventures of human interaction. The film had an official screening in LA at the Writer's Guild Theater and in NYC at The Angelika Film Center while winning awards at The Rochester International Film Festival!
Also, he created the funny, quirky, and lovable main character, Sherman, in a new music video with Dcity Studios where director, Don Chaffin, loved his collaborative and positive spirit and boasted that “Patrick’s delivery of this character is nothing short of amazing and will have audiences entertained across the globe!” He is also known for protecting and keeping the hallways safe at Albatross High as the hilarious type A character, Charles, President of the Hall Monitor Society, in the webseries, Unwasted Youth, with Shockin’ Films.
“Patrick’s delivery of this character is nothing short of amazing and will have audiences entertained across the globe!” - Don Chaffin, D-City Studios
On stage, Patrick conjured spirits and charmed audiences with his performance as Dickon in The Secret Garden at the White Plains Performing Arts Center. Earlier in his career, he captivated audiences with his genuine and honest characterization of Jim O’Connor in The Old Creamery Theatre’s production of The Glass Menagerie and sang and danced his way into the hearts of many as Gideon in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at the historic Gretna Theatre.
Patrick has studied both in NYC and Los Angeles. While in LA, he studied with the Bramon Garcia Braun Studio in Studio city and in NYC has studied acting at The MN Acting Studio, with Caroline Thomas of New York City’s Total Theatre Lab and Neil Lerner of The School of Television and Film. While attending Niagara University (Go Purple Eagles!), he had the amazing opportunity to study Shakespeare in London, England.
Patrick is passionate about creating honest, charismatic, and funny characters and changing the world through the arts. He also hopes to inspire and challenge a new generation of artists through his work as a teaching artist and his writing. He hopes to motivate and inspire people with his blog, Living, Dreaming, Laughing, and Sometimes Acting