Robert Patrick

Robert Patrick

Highest Rated: 100% Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D (2017)

Lowest Rated: 0% The Poison Rose (2019)

Birthday: Nov 5, 1958

Birthplace: Marietta, Georgia, USA

While significant mainstream recognition has eluded Robert Patrick, with two notable exceptions -- he all but replaced David Duchovny in the waning days of The X-Files and admirably portrayed "the liquid metal cop guy" in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) -- he has nonetheless built an impressive resumé with over 60 television and film appearances since the mid-'80s. The eldest of five children, Patrick didn't choose to pursue a career in acting until his mid-twenties, despite having a bona fide diva moment during a third-grade production of Peter Pan, for which he refused to wear the required green tights. Rather, after a successful stint as a linebacker for Bowling Green University, Patrick became a house painter and may have continued as such were it not for a serious accident in the waters of Lake Erie, where he nearly drowned. The accident served as a revelation of sorts for Patrick, who promptly quit his day job and moved from Ohio to Los Angeles. It took more than a few sacrifices -- a then 26-year-old Patrick lived in his car and tended bar for his major source of income -- but the young actor found himself playing small roles in various low-budget films, which he credited to his tough-looking exterior and motorcycle-riding abilities.Though Patrick spent most of the late '80s paying his dues, his breakout performance landed him opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in director James Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Patrick readied himself for the role of the T-1000 android in a rather unique fashion; in addition to martial arts, endurance, and strength training, he observed the movements of cats, eagles, and praying mantises. Odd as that may have sounded at the time, it certainly enhanced one of the most memorable roles in one of the most memorable films of the decade. After T2, Patrick was able to leave the world of B-movies and hold his own alongside some of the most established actors in Hollywood, including a second performance with Schwarzenegger in Last Action Hero (1993) and a more prominent role opposite Demi Moore in Striptease (1996). Patrick also expressed a fondness for martial arts films, and starred in both Double Dragon and Hong Kong 97 in 1994. However, it was his 1993 performance as a stoic regular-guy-turned-UFO-believer in Fire in the Sky that caught the attention of X-Files director Chris Carter. Carter immediately thought of Patrick when David Duchovny distanced himself from The X-Files, and, after auditioning 70-odd actors for the role of John Doggett, became determined to initiate Patrick into his long-running world of conspiracy theories and paranormal phenomena. To the surprise of fans and critics alike, Patrick was received quite well on The X-Files, and quickly found himself gracing the covers of many a genre magazine -- he was even anointed one of the Ten Sexiest Men of Sci-Fi by TV Guide.By the time The X-Files aired its last show, Patrick had developed a solid reputation within the industry; critics, fans, and co-stars alike praised him for his work ethic, personality, and consistent performances. Rather than fading into the scenery, Patrick starred as the mysterious Mr. Lisp in Spy Kids (2001), and later starred as a reclusive wilderness tracker in Pavement (2002). After making appearances in Richard Shepard's Mexico City (2002), Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003), and the sci-fi spin-off series Stargate: Atlantis, Patrick filmed director Jay W. Russell's Ladder 49 (2004). A memorable performance as Johnny Cash's distant father Ray in Walk the Line followed in 2005, with a subsequent role as a security expert in the Harrison Ford thriller Firewall preceeding a return to weekly television in the David Mamet-created series The Unit in 2006. Later in 2006, Patrick would incur the wrath of WWE superstar John Cena with his role as a ruthless kidnapper in the explosive action thriller The Marine. Patrick lives with his wife, Barbara, whom he married during the filming of T2, and their two chi


Highest Rated Movies



42% The Laundromat Actor 2019
37% Tone-Deaf Harvey 2019
0% The Poison Rose Chief Walsh 2019
22% Sgt. Will Gardner Tony 2019
No Score Yet Jarhead: Law of Return Actor 2019
71% Back Roads Chief Mansour 2018
60% Last Rampage Gary Tison 2017
100% Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D T-1000 $1M 2017
11% Eloise Dr. H.H. Greiss 2017
27% Hellions Corman 2015
45% The Road Within Robert 2015
No Score Yet Ask Me Anything Actor 2014
No Score Yet Tell Ashton 2014
77% Kill the Messenger Ronald J. Quail $2.5M 2014
16% Endless Love Harry Elliot 2014
No Score Yet Lost After Dark Actor 2014
35% Jayne Mansfield's Car Jimbo Caldwell $14.8K 2013
53% Lovelace John Boreman $0.4M 2013
19% Identity Thief Skiptracer $134.5M 2013
32% Gangster Squad Officer Max Kennard $46M 2013
51% Trouble with the Curve Vince $35.8M 2012
52% Safe House Daniel Kiefer $126.2M 2012
No Score Yet Mr. Sophistication Sterling French 2012
No Score Yet S.W.A.T.: Firefight Walter Hatch 2011
No Score Yet Red Faction: Origins Alec Mason 2011
No Score Yet Mafia Actor 2011
No Score Yet Five Minarets in New York Becker 2010
22% The Black Waters of Echo's Pond Executive Producer Peter 2010
No Score Yet Act Of Vengeance Actor 2010
No Score Yet Caged Animal Actor 2010
No Score Yet Good Day for It Luke Cain 2010
50% The Men Who Stare at Goats Todd Nixon $32.5M 2009
36% Alien Trespass Vernon $43.9K 2009
No Score Yet Autopsy Dr. David Benway 2009
No Score Yet Starz Inside: Unforgettably Evil Actor 2009
20% Fly Me to the Moon Louie $13.6M 2008
No Score Yet Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon Actor 2008
2% Strange Wilderness Gus Hayden $6.6M 2008
No Score Yet Lonely Street Executive Producer Mr. Aaron 2008
21% Balls of Fury Sgt. Pete Daytona $32.9M 2007
85% Bridge to Terabithia Jack Aarons $82.3M 2007
73% Flags of Our Fathers Col. Chandler Johnson $33.7M 2006
20% The Marine Rome $18.8M 2006
18% Firewall Gary Mitchell $48.7M 2006
83% Walk the Line Ray Cash $119.4M 2005
5% Supercross Earl Cole $3.1M 2005
41% Ladder 49 Lenny Richter $74.5M 2004
No Score Yet Bad Apple Tommy `Bells' Bellavita 2004
No Score Yet Framed By Seduction Actor 2004
42% Charlie's Angels - Full Throttle Ray Carter $100.7M 2003
No Score Yet James Patterson's '1st to Die' Nicholas Jenks 2003
No Score Yet Pavement Samuel Brown 2002
No Score Yet Angels Don't Sleep Here Stark 2002
No Score Yet Backflash Ray Bennett 2002
19% D-Tox (Eye See You) Noah 2002
2% Texas Rangers Sgt. Armstrong 2001
93% Spy Kids Mr. Lisp 2001
32% All the Pretty Horses Cole $14.8M 2000
No Score Yet Mexico City Actor 2000
No Score Yet A Texas Funeral Zach 2000
No Score Yet The Vivero Letter James Wheeler 2000
9% From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money Buck 1999
53% The Faculty Coach Willis 1998
No Score Yet Renegade Force Actor 1998
No Score Yet Ambushed Shannon Harrold 1998
No Score Yet Perfect Assassins Leo Benita 1998
No Score Yet The Only Thrill Tom 1998
No Score Yet Forgotten City James 1998
No Score Yet Tactical Assault Colonel Lee Banning 1998
No Score Yet Sink or Swim Goatee 1997
74% Cop Land Jack Rucker 1997
No Score Yet Asylum Nicholas Tordone 1997
86% Rosewood Fannie's Lover 1997
No Score Yet Within The Rock Producer 1996
12% Striptease Darrell Grant 1996
No Score Yet Body Language Delbert Radley 1995
No Score Yet Decoy Travis 1995
No Score Yet Last Gasp Leslie 1995
No Score Yet Hong Kong '97 Reginald Cameron 1994
13% Double Dragon Koga Shuko 1994
No Score Yet Body Shot Mickey Dane 1994
36% Last Action Hero T-1000 1993
No Score Yet The Cool Surface Jarvis Scott 1993
42% Fire in the Sky Mike Rogers 1993
No Score Yet Zero Tolerance Jeff Douglas 1993
84% Wayne's World Bad Cop 1992
No Score Yet Resident Alien Actor 1991
93% Terminator 2: Judgment Day T-1000 $198.2M 1991
68% Die Hard 2 O'Reilly 1990
No Score Yet Hollywood Boulevard II Cameraman 1989
No Score Yet Future Hunters Slade 1988
No Score Yet Behind Enemy Lines Actor 1987
No Score Yet Eye of the Eagle Johnny Ransom 1987
No Score Yet Equalizer 2000 Deke 1986
No Score Yet Future Hunters (Deadly Quest) (Spear of Destiny) Actor 1986
No Score Yet Hell on Wheels Producer 1967
No Score Yet The Mighty Jungle Producer 1964


61% Scorpion
Cabe Gallo 2019
84% The Unit
Col. Tom Ryan 2019
68% Lore
No Score Yet The Talk
Guest 2017
No Score Yet Conan
Guest 2016
No Score Yet From Dusk Till Dawn
No Score Yet From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series
Jacob Fuller 2015
88% Community
Waldron 2014
70% True Blood
Jackson Herveaux 2014
79% Last Resort
Joseph Prosser 2013
80% Big Love
Bud Mayberry 2011
88% Burn Notice
John Barrett 2010
89% Chuck
Col. James Keller 2010
89% Psych
Major Felts 2010
No Score Yet NCIS
Col. Merton Bell 2009
No Score Yet Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Ray Schenkel 2005
85% Lost
Hibbs 2005
No Score Yet Stargate Atlantis
Guest Col. Sumner 2005
74% The X-Files
John Doggett Agent John Doggett 2002
92% The Sopranos
David Scatino 2000
No Score Yet The Outer Limits


Jack Aarons says: Your friend Leslie is dead

Jack Aarons says: Your friend Leslie is dead.

Rome says: This guys like the Terminator

Rome says: This guy's like the Terminator

Max Kennard says: Don't shoot where it's at, shoot to where it's going son.

Officer Max Kennard says: Don't shoot at where it's at, shoot where it is going son.

Cole says: It ain't her fault. I'm not the same as I once was. I like to think that I am, but I ain't.

Jess Aarons says: Is it like the Bible says? Is she going to Hell?

Jack Aarons says: I don't know everything about God, but I do know he's not going to send that little girl to Hell.

Jess Aarons says: Then I'm going to Hell, because it's all my fault!

Jack Aarons says: Don't you think that even for a minute.

Jess Aarons says: But it is. I didn't invite her to go to the museum with me I didn't wanna invite her. I wasn't there to go with her. It's my fault.

Jack Aarons says: No, no, no, no. It's not your fault. None of that makes it so. It's a terrible thing. It doesn't make any sense, but it's not your fault, Jess. She brought you something special when she came here, didn't she? That's what you hold on to. That's how you keep her alive.

T-1000 says: Get out.

T-1000 says: No, I wouldn't worry about him. Thanks for your cooperation.

T-1000 says: Have you seen this boy?

T-1000 says: Say... That's a nice bike...

T-1000 says: Say, that's a nice bike.

T-1000 says: call to john

T-1000 says: Call to John.

Coach Joe Willis says: (menacingly) - Would Miss Drake please report to the Principal's Office?

Coach Joe Willis says: (menacingly) Would Miss Drake please report to the Principal's Office?

Stan Rosado says: I've just been thinking ahead, Coach, and...I've decided to quit the team...and concentrate on my academics.

Stan Rosado says: I've just been thinking ahead, Coach, and I've decided to quit the team and concentrate on my academics.

Coach Joe Willis says: Okay. Stan, we'll miss you.

Stan Rosado says: That's it?

Coach Joe Willis says: Well, what do you want me to say? My star quarterback comes to me the day before we play Brun County, the only team in the district that can kick our ass, and tells me he doesn't want to play. There's something up with that. You seem to be going through some life-defining turning point, and I'm not gonna stand in the way of the human condition. You do what you have to do.

Stan Rosado says: Thanks for not reaming me, Coach.

Coach Joe Willis says: What kind of human being would I be if I did that?

Casey Connor says: I don't think a person should run unless he's being chased.

Coach Joe Willis says: "Being chased."...I like that.

Coach Joe Willis says: 'Being chased.' I like that.

Principal Valerie Drake says: Coach Willis. What can I do for you?

Coach Joe Willis says: You look...very, very pretty tonight, Miss Drake.

Coach Joe Willis says: You look very, very pretty tonight, Miss Drake.

Principal Valerie Drake says: Have you been drinking, Coach?

Coach Joe Willis says: I'm sorry to bother you, but...I can't seem to find a pencil.

Coach Joe Willis says: I'm sorry to bother you, but I can't seem to find a pencil.

Principal Valerie Drake says: You don't need a pencil, Coach. You need a good night's sleep.

Coach Joe Willis says: I need a pencil.

Principal Valerie Drake says: Sleep it off, Coach.

Coach Joe Willis says: Do you have a pencil?

Principal Valerie Drake says: Jesus Christ, yes, I have a pencil. I have plenty of pencils. Look, why don't you and your pencil go home. It's late.

Coach Joe Willis says: You look...very, very pretty tonight.

Coach Joe Willis says: You look very, very pretty tonight.

Principal Valerie Drake says: Harassment has a really fine line, Coach. Haven't you read your handbook?

Coach Joe Willis says: (stabs Principle Drake in the hand with a pencil) - I've always wanted to do that.

Coach Joe Willis says: (stabs Principle Drake in the hand with a pencil) I've always wanted to do that.

Coach Joe Willis says: You've got to feel the pressure closing in on you! Then you get rid of the rock! Now get focused...or get the f**k off my team!

Coach Joe Willis says: You've got to feel the pressure closing in on you! Then you get rid of the rock! Now get focused, or get the f**k off my team!

Coach Joe Willis says: (first lines in the movie) - You got to pick up the line. God damn it! Get off the fu**ing field you limp ass blow jobs!

Coach Joe Willis says: (first lines in the movie) You got to pick up the line. God damn it! Get off the fu**ing field you limp ass blow jobs!