Patrick Sabongui

Patrick Sabongui

The Flash   ♦  Homeland   ♦  Power Rangers Movie  ♦  The Art of More ♦ Stargate: Atlantis

Born in Montreal, Patrick Sabongui grew up in a trilingual household, speaking French, English and Arabic. He is a devoted advocate for diversity and equality in the arts and media. Patrick is currently shooting season six of Showtime’s “Homeland” opposite Claire Danes, which will premiere January 15th. He’s a season regular on the Sony/Crackle series “The Art of More” starring Dennis Quaid and Kate Bosworth which premiered November 16th and is a recurring character on The CW’s “The Flash” as Captain David Singh. In 2017 Patrick will appear in the feature film DRONE in which he stars opposite Sean Bean. He also has a guest star role in NBC’s “Taken”, a recurring on Freeform Network’s new show “Beyond” and you can catch him in the upcoming POWER RANGERS movie.

In film, you’d recognize him as Lieutenant Commander Marcus Waltz in GODZILLA (2014) and as The Persian General from the landmark film 300 (2006). His background as a competitive athlete, martial-artist and mountaineer has added a dimension of action to many of his roles. On regional stages, he is known for the Canadian premiere of Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Disgraced (2015) and for originating the role of Foster Bryant in the World Premiere of Inside the Seed (2013).

Patrick has earned a BFA in Drama for Human Development, a collegiate degree in Communications and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting from the University of California. His first professional role was Hamlet in an award-winning production of the play which he also produced.

His film & TV career was launched when he appeared in an important episode of “The E-Ring” opposite Benjamin Bratt. Later that year, he landed that role in Zack Snyder’s 300, then guest-starred on FOX’s “24” opposite Keifer Sutherland: he fought and was killed by both Jack Bauer and King Leonidas in the same year. Since then, he has worked with some of the world’s most influential directors including Steven Spielberg, Zack Snyder (3 times), Gareth Edwards, Tarsem Singh, David Nutter, John Cassar, Yves Simoneau, Richard Donner, Joss Whedon, Drew Goddard, Roland Emmerich, Gary Fleder and the various directors who have cycled through seasons of “Stargate: Atlantis”, “The Flash”, “The Art of More” and “Homeland”.

Patrick is also a producer and director with several award-winning short films to his credit. He continues to develop new works as a filmmaker and theatre artist.



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