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A steely-eyed veteran of his craft, ROBERT PATRICK (Gary Mitchell) commands the screen with his powerful, confident presence.

Patrick can currently be seen starring opposite Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash's father in the film Walk the Line for director James Mangold.

For the small screen, he just landed the starring role of Tom Ryan, the team commander, in the CBS pilot The Unit, which was officially picked up as a midseason series.

Audiences will remember him as John Doggett on the last two seasons of the cult-classic The X-Files, but Patrick has an extensive television and film resume. He is best known for his performance as the T-1000 in the box office smash hit Terminator 2: Judgment Day. He received critical acclaim for his high-profile performances in the second season of HBO's The Sopranos. Other films include Ladder 49, alongside John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix; Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle; Spy Kids, opposite Antonio Banderas; All the Pretty Horses, with Matt Damon and directed by Billy Bob Thornton; The Faculty; From Dusk Til Dawn 2: Texas Blood; Copland, alongside Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro; Eye See You, also with Stallone; A Texas Funeral; and the independent film The Only Thrill, opposite Diane Keaton, Diane Lane, and Sam Shepard.

Other film credits include his chilling appearance in Rosewood (as a personal favor to John Singleton), Striptease with Demi Moore, Fire In the Sky, Double Dragon: The Movie, Decoy, The Last Gasp and Hong Kong ‘97. He was also featured in an episode of Showtime's The Outer Limits, the TNT original movie Bad Apple and CBS's miniseries Elvis, in which he plays Elvis's father.

Born in Marietta, Georgia, Patrick was an avid athlete growing up but was taken with acting after sitting in on some drama classes in high school. He moved to Hollywood in 1984 and was cast in the beatnik play Go. He got his break during this performance when he was discovered by casting director Roger Corman. Involved in all aspects of his trade, Patrick also enjoys producing films when he is not performing.

He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Barbara and their two children.


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