Patrick Fugit

Patrick Fugit

Highest Rated: 94% Queen of Earth (2015)

Lowest Rated: 19% The Amateurs (The Moguls) (Dirty Movie) (2005)

Birthday: Oct 27, 1982

Birthplace: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Patrick Fugit landed squarely on top of the Hollywood heap when, for the actor's big-screen debut, writer/director Cameron Crowe tapped him to play the lead, William Miller (Crowe's onscreen teenage alter-ego), in the smash film à clef Almost Famous (2000). The high profile of the role and the movie's success ensured continued stardom for the then-17-year-old, who had forged a path to stardom by discovering a rudimentary love of acting in seventh grade and asking his mother to help him sign with an agent. After the Crowe assignment, Fugit essayed a series of roles over the next several years that typically found him playing a hunky boyfriend -- as in White Oleander (2002) and the teen-oriented religious farce Saved! (2003). Unfortunately -- Famous and Saved aside -- Fugit's subsequent role choice often left something to be desired, witness his involvement in the dumb-dumb monster movie Dead Birds (2004) and the barely released comedy Bickford Schmeckler's Cool Ideas (2006). In 2007, Fugit signed to play opposite screen heavy Dennis Quaid in the psychological thriller Horsemen (2008). He appeared in 2009's Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant. He reteamed with Cameron Crowe playing a zookeeper in 2011's We Bought a Zoo, and had a role as the independent-minded son in the HBO docudrama Cinema Verite.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet A Name Without a Place Actor 2019
50% Robert the Bruce Actor 2019
87% First Man Elliott See 2018
No Score Yet Alex & The List Alex 2018
94% Queen of Earth Rich 2015
22% The Strongest Man Actor 2015
No Score Yet The Strongest Man Actor 2015
51% Thanks For Sharing Danny $0.8M 2013
No Score Yet Must Come Down Producer 2012
65% We Bought a Zoo Robin Jones $72.8M 2011
No Score Yet Cinema Verite Alan Raymond 2011
38% Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant Evra the Snake Boy $13.9M 2009
33% Horsemen Corey 2009
67% Wristcutters: A Love Story Zia $0.3M 2007
20% The Good Life Andrew 2007
50% Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas Bickford Shmeckler 2006
19% The Amateurs (The Moguls) (Dirty Movie) Emmett 2005
61% Saved! Patrick $8.8M 2004
50% Dead Birds Sam 2004
37% Spun Frisbee $0.3M 2003
68% White Oleander Paul Trout $16.3M 2002
89% Almost Famous William Miller $31.8M 2000
No Score Yet Legion of Fire: Killer Ants! Scott Blount 1998

TV

Credit
44% Treadstone
2019
Stephen Haynes 2019
80% Outcast
2016-2018
Kyle Barnes 2018
2016
No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
2015
Guest 2016
No Score Yet Full Circle
2013-2016
Paulie Parerra 2015
2013
91% House
2004-2012
Jack Waltrers Jack Walters 2006
No Score Yet ER
1994-2009
Sean Simmons Sean 2003
No Score Yet MADtv
1995-2009
Guest 2001

QUOTES FROM Patrick Fugit CHARACTERS

Astrid Magnussen says: Looks don't interest me.

Paul Trout says: That's easy for you to say. You've never been ugly.

Bickford Schmeckler says: Happiness isn't just a switch in your head that you can turn on at will.

Ralph says: Yes, it is.

Bickford Schmeckler says: We exist in this narrow band of perception. It makes something as simple as thinking clearly, impossible.

Bickford Schmeckler says: Goddamn tyranny of logic!

Bickford Schmeckler says: The world doesn't need anymore self-important student poets.

Russell Hammond says: What am I doing? I' am telling secrets to the ONE guy you don't tell secrets too.

William Miller says: No. We'll do the interview some other time.

Russell Hammond says: Okay. Cool. So I guess tonight it's just. . . you know, friends?

Russell Hammond says: Okay. Cool. So I guess tonight it's just... you know, friends?

Zia says: I think she cried at my funeral, I don't mean to brag about it or anything, but I'm pretty sure she did. Sometimes I can picture her talking to some guy she feels really close to, about how they lowered me into the grave all pathetic and shriveled up like a melted chocolate bar, and how we never actually got a chance. Then the guy fucks her real nice, fuck it's all about making her feel better.

Zia says: They went to the North Pole or whatever the place Nanuk is from is called. He wanted to meet her family and get into that throat singing, saw playing, weird instruments, and all that stuff. It's good that he's back into music, I think. And me? I think I finally understand what Kneller was trying to say.It only happens if it doesn't matter. It comes without effort. Maybe Eugene's right. Maybe I only get stuck on girls I don't have a chance of being with. I am glad for Mikal, though. I hope she got her visa all straightened out. I mean, she did say she'd be right back. Then again, Eugene's old wisdom is when a girl says that, she never does actually come back.

Zia says: You remember the other day when you were talking about missing things from life and how you wanted to go back and I told you I didn't miss anything?

Mikal says: Yeah.

Zia says: Well... When I'm here, with you, I kind of miss myself, the way I used to be.

Mikal says: What were you like?

Zia says: I was happy at a time, obviously before I came here, but...

Zia says: Something about being here with you reminds me of that, it's just, I don't know, it's just weird to me that you can feel that in a place like this. We're all... We're all dead.

Mikal says: You know what? Most of the people that I knew before I got here were either half dead or just completely dead already...

Eugene says: I'm not sitting in the back.

Zia says: Why not?

Eugene says: 'Cause everybody knows guy in the back seat doesn't have a cock.

Zia says: Being here with you reminds me of what I was like before my suicide.

Mikal says: What were you like?

Zia says: I was happy.

Lester Bangs says: They made you feel cool. And hey, I met you. You are not cool.

William Miller says: I know. Even when I thought I was, I knew I wasn't. I'm glad you were home.

Lester Bangs says: I'm always home. I'm uncool.

Russell Hammond says: Look at him, he's taking notes with his eyes. How do we know you're not a cop, huh!? The enemy! Stop fucking looking at me!

Dick Roswell says: He's your guardian angel, alright?

Dick Roswell says: [to William] Don't worry he only means half of what he says.

William Miller says: Which half?

William Miller says: Russell, think about your last words wisely

Russell Hammond says: Ok. Um...I dig music......And I'm on drugs!

William Miller says: "That groupie"? She was a Band-Aid! All she did was love your band. And you used her, all of you! You used her and threw her away! She almost died last night while you were with Bob Dylan. You guys, you're always talking about the fans, the fans, the fans; she was your biggest fan, and you threw her away! And if you can't see that, that's your biggest problem. And I love her! I love her!

William Miller says: 'That groupie'? She was a Band-Aid! All she did was love your band. And you used her, all of you! You used her and threw her away! She almost died last night while you were with Bob Dylan. You guys, you're always talking about the fans, the fans, the fans; she was your biggest fan, and you threw her away! And if you can't see that, that's your biggest problem. And I love her! I love her!

Zia says: I'm not going out tonight. It just makes me depressed.

Eugene says: So, what you gonna do? Kill yourself?

Evra the Snake Boy says: *whispers/chuckles* You're like Crepsley's bitch now.

Evra the Snake Boy says: [whispers/chuckles] You're like Crepsley's bitch now.