Patrick Fugit Biography
Patrick Fugit ( born Patrick Raymond Fugit) is an American actor, well known for featuring in the films Almost Famous (2000), White Oleander (2002), Saved! (2004) and Wristcutters: A Love Story (2006), and portrayed Kyle Barnes in the Cinemax series Outcast. He also played Owen in The Last of Us Part II. Fugit’s career began when he was cast with Kate Hudson and Phillip Seymour Hoffman in Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous as a young rock fan-turned-reporter. Before beginning the music-filled project, Fugit stated he had no understanding of 1970s rock music.
Patrick Fugit Age
Patrick Raymond Fugit is 39 years old as of 2021. He was born on October 27, 1982, in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. He celebrates his birthday every 27th of Oct.
Patrick Fugit Height
Fugit stands a height of 6 feet 0 inches (1.83 meters) tall with dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. His body size (chest-waist-biceps) is 40-33-14 inches.
Patrick Fugit Family | Siblings | Parents
Fugit was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, and lived briefly in Danbury, New Hampshire. His parents are his mother, Jan Clark-Fugit, who is a dance teacher, and his father, Bruce Fugit, is an electrical engineer. He is the oldest of his three siblings.
Patrick Fugit Wife
Fugit, apparently, is not married but at some point, he had a thing with his long-term partner actress Jennifer Del Rosario. The two were blessed with a child.
Patrick Fugit Salary
Fugit’s estimated salary has yet to be revealed. However, as soon as further information regarding her earnings becomes available, it will be updated.
Patrick Fugit Net Worth
Fugit’s, the well-known actor, net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $5 million which he has earned through his successful career.
Patrick Fugit Education
Fugit attended East High School.
Patrick Fugit Almost Famous
He starred in the film where he played the role of William Miller. The film It tells the story of a teenage journalist writing for Rolling Stone in the early 1970s, his touring with the fictitious rock band Stillwater, and his efforts to get his first cover story published. The film was released on 22, September 2000 and received widespread acclaim from critics, and received four Academy Awards nominations, including a win for Best Original Screenplay. It was also awarded the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media.
Patrick Fugit Spun
Fugit starred in the film where he featured as Frisbee where it follows various people involved in a methamphetamine drug ring. The film blends elements of dark comedy and drama in its storytelling. Its title is a reference to the slang term for the way users feel after going multiple days without sleep while on a methamphetamine binge. The characters take a combined total of 23 “hits” during the course of the movie.
Patrick Fugit White Oleander
The American actor starred in the film where he played the role of Paul Trout. The film centers on a Fifteen-year-old Astrid Magnussen (Alison Lohman) living in Los Angeles with her mother, the free-spirited artist Ingrid (Michelle Pfeiffer). Since her father left before she was old enough to remember him, Astrid depends heavily upon her passionate but largely self-centered mother’s care. It was released on October 11, 2002.
Patrick Fugit Career
Fugit’s career took off when he was cast with Kate Hudson and Phillip Seymour Hoffman in Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous as a young rock fan-turned-reporter. Before beginning the music-filled project, Fugit stated he had no understanding of 1970s rock music. In the dark comedy Spun, Fugit plays a naive drug user and an aspiring comic book artist in White Oleander (2002). (2003). Saved! (2004) was a satirical look at the religious right in high schools, and it was his next film. Fugit’s persona was originally a surfer, but owing to his skateboarding expertise, he transformed into a skateboarder. Fugit was in The Amateurs and Cirque du Freak: Evra Von as Evra Von. Fugit starred in The Amateurs and played Evra Von in Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant (2009). In 2011, Fugit was cast in We Bought A Zoo, another Cameron Crowe movie, alongside Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson.
He joined the cast of the Cinemax television series Outcast in 2016. He remarked that he adored portraying a father but was concerned that not having one in real life might make him appear weird. Fugit was cast in the lead role of Thirtysomething(else), a sequel to Thirtysomething, on ABC’s pilot in 2020; however, the pilot was canceled later that year. He appeared in a school production of The Twelve Dancing Princesses as the shoemaker when he was in seventh grade. He has been a skateboarder since he was fifteen.
Patrick Fugit Films and TV Shows
- 2019 -Robert the Bruce
- 2018 -Alex & The List
- 2018 -First Man
- 2015 -Queen of Earth
- 2014 -Gone Girl
- 2013 -Reckless
- 2012 -Thanks for Sharing
- 2011 -We Bought a Zoo
- 2009 -Horsemen
- 2009 -Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant
- 2007 -The Good Life Andrew
- 2006 -Wristcutters: A Love Story
- 2006 -Bickford Shmeckler’s Cool Ideas
- 2005 -The Amateurs
- 2004 -Saved!
- 2004 -Dead Birds
- 2002 -Spun
- 2002 -White Oleander
- 2000- Almost Famous
- TBA- Love and Death
- 2019 -Treadstone
- 2016–2018 Outcast
- 2011 -Cinema Verite
- 2006 -House
- 2005 -Everything You Want
- 2003 -ER
- 2001 -MADtv
- 1998 -Legion of Fire: Killer Ants!
- 1997–98 Touched by an Angel