For the past two years, Patrick's one-man dramatic interpretation of Charles Dickens' classic novel, "A Christmas Carol," has broken box office records and garnered rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. Most recently, Patrick earned two 1994 Laurence Olivier Award nominations for "A Christmas Carol" -- boasting nominations for "Best Actor" and "Best Entertainment." In 1992, Patrick received a Drama Desk Award for "Best Solo Performance on Broadway." In 1993, he received a Grammy nomination for his album version of "A Christmas Carol."
Patrick recently appeared as a villain in the Miramax feature film, "Gunmen" and in USA Network's "Death Train." In 1993, Patrick appeared in Mel Brooks' feature film "Robin Hood: Men in Tights," and will be heard as the voice of 'Adventure' in Fox's upcoming film "The Pagemaster," with Whoopi Goldberg and Macaulay Culkin.
Not one to adhere to any single genre of entertainment, Patrick also hosted "Saturday Night Live" in February of this year. This particular show garnered impressive enough ratings to place it among the top five episodes for the 93/94 season, a further testament to Patrick's enormous span of appeal.
During "Star Trek: The Next Generation's" sixth season, Patrick starred in and directed his fellow shipmates, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, Gates McFadden and Colm Meaney in a production of the Stoppard drama, "Every Good Boy Deserves Favour." In a four-city tour, the play opened to sell- out crowds and rave critical reviews.
Adding to his impressive list of achievements, Patrick made his directorial debut during "Star Trek: The Next Generation's" fourth season with an episode of the show entitled "In Theory" and went on to direct "Hero Worship," during the fifth season. In the sixth season, he directed "A Fistful of Datas" and during the seventh season, Patrick directed "Phantasms" and "Preemptive Strike" (aka "The Good Fight")
Patrick grew up in the English town of Mirfield and for 25 years has been an associate artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Considered to be one of the British theatre's leading talents, his credits include Henry IV, Oberon, Shylock (an 'Olivier Award' nomination), Leontes and the title role in Peter Shaffer's 1986 play "Yonadab."
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