From the Space Coast to Broadway to St. Pete, Sullivan is well-traveled and well-received.
Patrick Ryan Sullivan looks and sounds like a 1950s idea of an actor: tall and handsome and athletic, with a confident, deep voice and an ingratiating, all-American personal style.
Patrick has hooked up with freeFall, where he’s appeared in three plays and consistently shown himself to be a real pro. There was his angst-ridden Monsieur in An Empty Plate at the Café du Grand Boeuf; his swaggering, Simon Cowell-like Norman in American Monkey; and his bloodthirsty Mikado in the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. No matter what you thought of the plays, you had to admire Sullivan’s acting: this was a powerful, imposing presence that demanded respect.
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