Patrick Brammall has an extensive list of television credits including Rush, The Librarians, All Saints, East West 101, Canal Road, Home and Away, At Home with Julia, The Alice, Lowdown and the sketch comedy pilot, Some Say Love for UKTV. In 2010, he portrayed Kim Beazley in the Australian telemovie, Hawke.
In 2011, Patrick made his feature film debut in Leon Ford’s critically acclaimed Griff the Invisible opposite Ryan Kwanten, which screened at the Toronto and Berlin International Film Festivals.
He has appeared in numerous stage productions including Bruce Beresford’s acclaimed season of Moonlight and Magnolias, Clybourne Park, The Importance of Being Earnest, Peter Evans’ The Ugly One by Marius von Mayenburg, and Jennifer Flowers’ Apologia, all for the Melbourne Theatre Company. He has also starred in As You Like It, The Comedy Of Errors and Just Macbeth! for the Bell Shakespeare Company and Death of a Salesman for Belvoir Street Theatre. Just Macbeth! toured to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it received a Herald Angel Award. In 2011, Patrick made his first appearance for the Sydney Theatre Company in The White Guard.
In 2006, Patrick was awarded The Philip Parsons Young Playwright Award with John Leary for co-writing The Suitors, which is currently being developed for television. The subsequent writing commission led to the production of Vital Organs, which enjoyed a season at B-Sharp in 2007. He also worked as assistant director alongside Neil Armfield for Company B’s production of Peribanez.
In 2012, Patrick will be seen in ABC’s new comedy series A Moody Christmas and the multiplatform comedy series, The Strange Calls.
The Wheeler Centre's End of Year Double Bill
Leah Vandenburg, Nadine Garner, Lachy Hulme, Paul Denny, Beth Buchanan, Geoffrey Robertson, Joy Mitchell, Patrick Brammall, Adam Zwar, Cindy Waddingham, Steve Bastoni, Ashley Zukerman, Kate Jenkinson