Patrick Foley

Patrick is an actor and writer working in theater, film, and TV. As an actor, Foley has performed Off Broadway, Off Off Broadway, regionally, and in television and film. His play Circle Jerk, co-written with Michael Breslin, is a 2021 Pulitzer Prize Finalist. With Breslin, he is a creative director of Fake Friends, a theater and media company credited with pioneering digital theater, who recently developed and produced This American Wife, which was featured in the New York Times, LA Times, Vanity Fair, ArtForum and named as one of the "Best Performances of 2021" by the New Yorker. He executive produced and co-wrote the book for Ratatouille: The Tik Tok Musical, which raised $2 million for the Actors Fund. Foley and Breslin are commissioned by Seaview Productions and Ars Nova, where they are resident artists. They are developing a television project for HBO Max. 

Patrick has taught workshops at Wesleyan University, Yale College, Hamilton College and Queens College. He  was awarded the Constance Welch Memorial Scholarship at Yale School of Drama where he received an MFA in Acting. He also holds a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. 

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