Patrick Clarke

For the Scottish footballer, see Pat Clarke Patrick Clarke (born October 26, 1965) is an Irish filmmaker and actor. A graduate of Hunter College, New York City, Clarke’s career in film began in 1994 when he took up acting studies at David Mamet's Atlantic Theatre Company. During that period he appeared in more than a dozen student and independent short films including the multiple award-winning The Last Actor and Fall from Grace. Inspired by New York's Independent Film Culture, Clarke formed Maiden Voyage Pictures in 1996 and wrote and produced his first feature,*Beyond the Pale (Film 1999), which was a modest commercial success in Ireland, Australia and the UK and won awards at the Houston and Arizona film festivals (2000). His performance in Beyond the Pale led to roles in The Magnificent Ambersons (2002 film) NBC and the award winning black comedy Stay Until Tomorrow which was developed through the Sundance Institute.


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