Patrick Warner

Patrick Warner was born and raised in Surrey before heading to the University of Cambridge to read for a BA in Theology. It was at Cambridge that his interest in theatre really blossomed. While there he became a founding member of FallOut Theatre as well as working with a selection of directors from first timers to Sir Trevor Nunn. He then trained at the highly respected London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA), where, in a cloud of pipe smoke and a woolly muffler, he first met Mr. Oldroyd. Having loved the one afternoon he ever spent in Munich, he's very excited to be back. Theatre credits with FallOut include: Derek in The Cement Garden; Mark in After the End; Katurian in The Pillowman; Vershinin in Three Sisters; Claudius in Hamlet. Theatre credits while at LAMDA include: Michael in Two Rooms; Judge Brack in Hedda Gabler; Sir John Pontefract in A Woman of No Importance; Toby in Redemption Over Hammersmith Broadway.

Born in: 

Surrey, UK

Based out of: 

London, UK


London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, UK