Patrick Fabian biography
Date of Birth: December 7, 1964
Patrick Fabian is an acting veteran with over 72 television titles, multiple film credits and many stage roles to his name. A Pennsylvania native, Fabian attended Penn State University and received his Bachelor
of Fine Arts in Performance. He moved to California where he earned a Master's Degree from
California State University, Long Beach.
Fabian received critical recognition for his role as 'Ted Price' on seasons three and four of HBO's Big Love. Recurring roles also include Veronica Mars, Joan of Arcadia,
The Education of Max Bickford, 24, and guest spots on The Mentalist, Burn Notice, NCIS, Friends, Pushing Daises and Will & Grace. He is fondly recognized as 'Professor Jeremiah Laskey' from Saved by the Bell: The College Years.
Fabian's theatre work in New York includes The Food Chain, Humpty Dumpty, and the National Tour of Six Degrees of Separation. In Los Angeles, his work includes Diva and Dinner With Friends.
He can also be seen in the Teen Nick series Gigantic, which premieres October 2010. The show, billed as Entourage for teens, follows the privileged children of Hollywood's elite. Fabian stars as a Hollywood mega-star dad to daughter Anna (played by Grace Gummer, real life daughter of Meryl Streep). On the big screen, he played the lead role in The Last Exorcism (2010).
Fabian recently served on the Hollywood Board of the Screen Actors Guild. In his spare time, he likes to stay active by riding his horse, Maria, competing in triathlons, playing volleyball, tennis and snowboarding. He lives with wife, singer/comedienne Mandy Steckelberg and their two dogs (a dachshund named Daisy and a shepherd/lab mix named Ruby) in Los Angeles. The couple is expecting their first child in September 2010.
Patrick Fabian Filmography