Patrick Fabian is an American actor of film, stage, and television. He is known for his frequent guest starring and recurring roles on episodic television series, as well as for the film The Last Exorcism.
Life and careerEdit
Fabian grew up in New Cumberland in central Pennsylvania. His father worked for the Pennsylvania student loan program. He 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.
One Fabian's earliest prominent roles was as Professor Jermiah Laskey on NBC's Saved by the Bell: The College Years. He was in the main cast of the short-lived television series Valentine and Working Class. He also had recurring roles on Joan of Arcadia, Veronica Mars, Gigantic, and Big Love. Fabian has appeared in a number of films, including The Last Exorcism, and has had a number of guest appearances on high profile TV shows, including Will & Grace and Friends. In 2015, Fabian was cast to play Howard Hamlin, a main role in the AMC television series Better Call Saul.
Fabian's theatre work in New York includes The Food Chain by Nicky Silver, Humpty Dumpty by Eric Bogosian, Six Degrees of Separation, and, in Los Angeles, Diva by Howard Gould, and Dinner With Friends by Donald Margulies, as well as two seasons at LA's Shakespeare Festival.
Fabian has been a member of SAG-AFTRA's National and Los Angeles Local Board of Directors, running under the Unite for Strength slate. He is married to writer and comedienne Mandy Steckelberg, and they have two daughters together.
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