Patrick Fabian is an eighteen-year acting veteran with over 72 television titles, multiple film credits and many stage roles to his name. Fabian recently delivered his highest-profile performance to date: that of the male lead, 'Reverend Cotton Marcus', in Eli Roth‘s “The Last Exorcism,” released by Lionsgate on August 27th, 2010.
He has starred in the Teen Nick series, “Gigantic,” CMT Network’s “Working Class,” HBO’s “Big Love” and has had recurring roles in other series including “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 previous film work includes 2005‘s “Must Love Dogs” and 2006‘s “End Games.” Fabian's theatre work in New York includes “The Food Chain” (Robert Falls, dir), “Humpty Dumpty” (Jo Bonney, dir), the “National Tour of Six Degrees of Separation” (Jerry Zaks, dir), and here in Los Angeles, “Diva” (David Lee, dir) and “Dinner With Friends” (Brian Kite, dir).
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. He recently served on the Hollywood Board of the Screen Actors Guild.
In his spare time, Fabian 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 had their first child, Abbey Ray, in September 2010.