Robert Patrick as Agent John Doggett
Robert Patrick has consistently worked in both film and television throughout his career. Recently he could be seen in the features Spy Kids opposite Antonio Banderas; All the Pretty Horses co-starring Matt Damon and directed by Billy Bob Thornton; Texas Rangers opposite Dylan McDermott and James Van Der Beek' Eye See You opposite Sylvester Stallone; A Texas Funeral; and the independent film Backslash Blues.
Patrick’s career has been marked by several standout performances. He made a chilling cameo appearance in John Singleton’s film Rosewood, took a comedic turn in the film Striptease opposite Demi Moore as her lowlife, thieving ex-husband, and gave an unforgettable performance as the cyborg villain T-1000 in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Patrick’s other film credits include Robert Rodriguez’s The Faculty, From Dusk till Dawn 2: Texas Blood, Copland opposite Sylvester Stallone and Robert DeNiro, the independent film The Only Thrill opposite Diane Keaton, Diane Lane and Sam Shepherd and Fire in the Sky, for which he won critical praise. His additional film credits include Double Dragon: The Movie, The Last Gasp, Hong Kong ’97 and Wayne’s World, in which he played a bad cop, spoofing his T-1000 character.
Additionally, Patrick guest starred in three high-profile episodes of the television series The Sopranos. He has guest starred in several other television series, including two episodes of the cable series The Outer Limits and an episode of Tales from the Crypt, as well as appearing in the cable film Decoy. He can be heard as the voice of Race Bannon in the animated series The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest.
Born in Marietta, Georgia, Patrick moved to Hollywood where he was cast in his stage debut as a beatnik in the play Go. While performing onstage, Patrick was discovered by a casting director for Roger Corman’s production company and quickly won the role of a psychotic biker in his feature film debut, Warlords from Hell. He later returned to the stage in the Los Angeles premiere of David Mamet’s The Shawl at the Waterfront Stage.