Patrick Muldoon

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Patrick Muldoon
Born William Patrick Muldoon III
(1968-09-27) September 27, 1968 (age 45)
San Pedro, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor, musician
Years active 1990–present

Patrick Muldoon (born William Patrick Muldoon III; September 27, 1968) is an American actor and musician

Early life[edit]

Muldoon was born in San Pedro, California, the son of Deanna, a homemaker, and William Patrick Muldoon II, a personal injury lawyer.[1] He is of Irish descent on his father's side and of Croatian descent on his mother's side.[2][3] He attended Loyola High School, a Jesuit school and graduated in 1991, from the University of Southern California, where he was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity and played Tight End on the USC Trojans football team.


Muldoon was the first actor to play the role of Austin Reed on Days of our Lives, a role which he played from 1992 to 1995 and September 2011 to July 2012. He had a role in the popular teen television series Saved by the Bell in 1991. His next big role was as the evil Richard Hart, on the prime time soap opera Melrose Place, from 1995 to 1996. He also played Edmund in the Patsy Rodenburg production of King Lear. He is perhaps most well known for his roles in 1997's Starship Troopers and 2007's Ice Spiders.

In 2009, he worked on the film K-11 with Goran Visnjic, Nikki Reed and Jason Mewes. K-11 is about a dormitory section of the Los Angeles jail used to hold gay inmates (also known as the K-11 section), as explained in this 2004 L.A. Times story. According to an interview with Stewart, the film is a mixture of drama and comedy. K-11 was directed by Jules Mann-Stewart, who is also Kristen's mother.

He is the lead singer and the guitarist for the rock band The Sleeping Masses. In 2009, they released their music video "The Woman Is the Way" with OceanFall Agency and begun working with agent Leon Mitchell in the UK for The Sleeping Masses. The song is the end title song from the movie Powder Blue starring Jessica Biel.


Year Title Role Notes
2014 Fatal Acquittal Scott TV Movie
2014 The Dog Who Saved Easter Fred Stein Direct-to-video
2013 Spiders 3D Jason Cole
2013 Waiting for Superman Character Unknown Music Video
2013 The Haunting Of Himself
2010 The 7 Adventures of Sinbad Sinbad Completed
2009 K-11 Hollywood post-production
2009 Last Will Joseph Emery
2009 Repo Jeffery Maiser
2009 Noah's Ark: The New Beginning Shem (voice)
2009 The Steam Experiment Christopher aka The Chaos Experiment
2008 Christmas Town Kevin
2008 Broken Angel Kevin
2008 Japan Taxi Driver
2007 Panic Button Caleb Theroux TV
2007 Ice Spiders "Dash" Dashiell TV
2006 Miracle Dogs Too Dr Jeff
2006 Military Intelligence and You! Major Nick Reed
2004 A Boyfriend for Christmas Ryan Hughes TV
2003 Heart of America Ryan Kirkland
2002 Bad Karma Dr. Trey Campbell
2002 Project Viper Mike Connors TV
2002 Blackwoods Matt Sullivan
2002 Whacked! Mark Steward
2000 Final Ascent Viggo TV
2000 Chain of Command Special Agent Michael Connelly
1999 Stigmata Steven
1999 Red Team Jason Chandler
1998 The Second Arrival Jack Addison aka Arrival II
1998 Black Cat Run Johnny Del Grissom TV
1998 Wicked Lawson Smith
1997 Starship Troopers Zander Barcalow
1995–1996 Melrose Place Richard Hart TV
1996 Deadly Pursuits Tim Faulkner TV
1992–1995, 2011-2012 Days of Our Lives Austin Reed Returned to role in September 2011 after a 16-year hiatus[4]
1993 Rage and Honor II Tommy Andrews
1992 Silk Stalkings Charles Lantman TV
1991 Saved by the Bell Jeffrey Hunter TV
1990 Who's the Boss? Matt TV


  1. ^ "Patrick Muldoon Biography (1968?-)". Retrieved 2011-08-09. 
  2. ^ "A boyfriend for Christmas". Entertainment Tonight. November 16, 2004. Retrieved May 5, 2010. [dead link]: (Commentary with Patrick Muldoon saying; “My dad's side of the family is Irish, my mom's side is Croatian, and they are both really big families.”)
  3. ^ "Yahoo! Movies bio". 
  4. ^ "Christie Clark and Patrick Muldoon Dish on Their Return to Days of Our Lives - Today's News: Our Take". 2008-10-01. Retrieved 2011-08-11. 

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