Patrick Flueger

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Patrick John Flueger
Patrick Flueger - Monte-Carlo Television Festival.jpg
Patrick Flueger in 2015
Born Patrick John Flueger
(1983-12-10) December 10, 1983 (age 32)
Red Wing, Minnesota, USA
Occupation Actor
Years active 2001–present

Patrick John Flueger (born December 10, 1983) is an American actor, known for a lead role as Shawn Farrell in the television series The 4400. He currently appears as a regular in Chicago P.D.. Playing the role of Adam Ruzek

Life and career[edit]

Flueger was born in Red Wing, Minnesota, the eldest of three siblings. He attended Red Wing High School. Flueger's first significant role was in the Disney film The Princess Diaries. Next followed several television appearances, including JAG, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and CSI: Miami. He then landed the role of Shawn Farrell in the USA Network series The 4400 (2004–07). While still working on The 4400, Flueger got the role of Rusty in the film The World's Fastest Indian, starring Anthony Hopkins. It is interesting to note in The World's Fastest Indian, Flueger starred alongside Antony Starr. Flueger would later get cast as the American version of the character Starr played in Outrageous Fortune, retitled in the U.S. version as Scoundrels, airing on ABC during the summer of 2010. He is slated to appear in several other movie roles, including Blowtorch Films' You Are Here, The Job based on the Shem Bitterman play, and Chris Moore's Kill Theory.

In February 2010, Flueger was among those screen tested for the role of Captain America in the 2011 feature film.

In August 2013, Flueger joined the cast for the Chicago Fire spin-off Chicago P.D. as rookie officer Ruzek. [1] The show premiered January 8, 2014. [2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Princess Diaries, TheThe Princess Diaries Jeremiah Hart
2005 World's Fastest Indian, TheThe World's Fastest Indian Rusty
2007 Spin Ryan
2009 Kill Theory Michael
Job, TheThe Job Bubba
Brothers Private Joe Willis
2010 VideoDome Rent-O-Rama Dick Short film
Mother's Day Izaak 'Ike' Koffin
2011 Footloose Chuck Cranston
2013 Present Trauma Keith Short film
2014 San Patricios Sean Donnelly
2015 Loaded Ethan
2016 Lawless Range Sean Donnelly
Tell-Tale Heart, TheThe Tell-Tale Heart

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Septuplets Zeke Wilde Unaired pilot
2003 Judging Amy Mark Thurber Episode 4.17 "Judging Eric"
Pitts, TheThe Pitts 'Pipe' Keith Episode 1.05 "Miss American Pipe"
CSI: Miami Brad Kenner Episode 1.23 "Freaks and Tweaks"
Boston Public Joseph Prager Episode 4.01 "Chapter Sixty-Seven"
Twelve Mile Road Will Coffey TV film
Grounded for Life Caleb Episode 4.11 "Been Caught Stealing"
JAG P.O. Miles Yates Episode 9.10 "Pulse Rate"
2004 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Aiden Connor Episode 5.15 "Families"
Paradise Luke Paradise TV film
It's All Relative Lance Episode 1.15 "Tackleboxxx/The Love Below"
2004-2007 4400, TheThe 4400 Shawn Farrell Main role
42 Episodes
2010 Scoundrels Logan West / Cal West Main role
8 Episodes
2013 Hatfields & McCoys Jack McCoy Unaired pilot
Criminal Minds Paul Westin Episode 8.15 "Broken"
Warehouse 13 Ranger Evan Smith Episode 4.12 "Parks and Rehabilitation"
2014-present Chicago Fire Adam Ruzek Recurring role
Episode 3.05 "The Nuclear Option"
Episode 3.19 "I Am the Apocalypse"
Episode 4.09 "Short and Fat"
Episode 4.10 "The Beating Heart"
Episode 4.14 "All Hard Parts"
Chicago P.D. Adam Ruzek Main role
62 Episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ Goldberg, Lesley (August 23, 2013). "Sophia Bush, Patrick Flueger Join NBC's 'Chicago PD'". The Hollywood Reporter. 
  2. ^ Bibel, Sara (October 18, 2013). "'Ironside' & 'Welcome to the Family' Canceled by NBC; 'Community' to Premiere January 2, 'Chicago P.D.' January 8". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved October 18, 2013. 

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