Patrick Gilmore (actor)

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Patrick Gilmore
Patrick Gilmore 2010.jpg
Gilmore (right) in 2010
Born (1976-06-01) June 1, 1976 (age 44)
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Alma materUniversity of Alberta

Patrick Gilmore (born June 1, 1976) is a Canadian actor known for playing the role of Dale Volker in the science fiction series Stargate Universe. He has also had recurring or starring roles in Battlestar Galactica, Eureka and Travelers. As of 2019, Gilmore has a recurring role in the series You Me Her.

Personal life[edit]

Gilmore was born in Edmonton, Alberta, to Collette and professional hockey player Tom Gilmore, who was playing for the World Hockey Association version of the Edmonton Oilers. His brother is Scott Gilmore, executive director and one of the founders of Peace Dividend Trust, now called Building Markets.[1] He is also the brother-in-law of Catherine McKenna, the Canadian Minister of Infrastructure and Communities. Gilmore is a graduate of the University of Alberta with a degree in English Literature.


Gilmore is one of the few actors to appear in all three Stargate TV series, along with Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping, Michael Shanks, David Hewlett, Ona Grauer and Gary Jones.

Gilmore's role as Volker, created for the third series (Stargate Universe), began as a simple side character. Gilmore's portrayal impressed showrunners and Gilmore was subsequently given more screen time (39 episodes), including more back story to the Volker character.



Year Film Role Notes
2002 100 Days in the Jungle Skunk (Steven Brent) TV Film
2004 Family Sins Scott Mathers TV Film
The Love Crimes of Gillian Guess Cop #2, Angus TV Film
2005 Devour Deputy #1
Selling Innocence Karl TV Film
Intelligence Roy TV Film
2006 Final Days of Planet Earth Spence TV Film
The Sweet Easy Brent TV Film
2007 The Last Mimzy FBI Task Force Agent
Lost in the Dark Deputy Mike Webb aka Enemy Within, TV Film
Beneath Randy
2008 Shred Lennox
Every Second Counts Vet TV Film
Mail Order Bride Homesteader TV Film
2009 The Masculine Mystique Darcy
Trick 'r Treat Bud the Cameraman
What Goes Up Hank Pelzman
2012 Ark Communications Officer
Year of the Carnivore Todd
Living Out Loud Drunk Karaoke Guy TV Film
Messages Deleted Kanter
2010 Dear Mr. Gacy Glen Phillips
16 Wishes Bob Jensen TV Film
2011 Recoil Kirby
Normal Nurse George TV Film
Sunflower Hour Leslie Humphries
2012 The Cabin in the Woods Werewolf Wrangler
2013 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded Simmons
2015 No Men Beyond This Point Andrew Myers


Year Program Role Episode
2001 Mentors Rocket “Remembrance Day”
2003 Tru Calling Blonde “Past Tense”
2004 Da Vinci's Inquest Ned Partridge “Okay It’s Official”
Touching Evil Donnie’s Brother-in-Law “Boston”
2005 The Dead Zone Doug Driscoll “The Last Goodbye”
2006 Stargate SG-1 Bernie Ackerman “Morpheus"
Saved Brian “Tango”
Intelligence Roy 2006-2007 (9 Episodes)
2007 Eureka Pete Puhlman “Unpredictable”
Reaper Bobby Hartford “What about Blob?”
Supernatural Ken Watson “Bedtime Stories”
2008 Stargate Atlantis Genii Soldier “Harmony”
Smallville Researcher “Odyssey”
2009 Battlestar Galactica Rafferty 2 Episodes
Stargate Universe Dale Volker 2009-2011 (39 episodes)
Defying Gravity Trent “Eve Ate the Apple”
Riese Trennan recurring (10 episodes)
2010 Shattered Brian Summers “Scars”
Fringe Deputy Ferguson “Northwest Passage”
2011 Fairly Legal Douglas Pease “Pilot”
The Killing Tom Drexler 4 Episodes
2012 Primeval: New World Blake "Angry Birds"
2013 Continuum Rex "Second Skin"
2014 Gracepoint Pete Lawson 6 episodes
2014 Arrow Erlich Kelso "Sara"
2016-present You Me Her Shaun recurring
2016–2018 Travelers David Mailer recurring
2016 Anything for Love Reggie TV Film
2019 Jann Dave series regular


  1. ^ "Our Team". Building Markets. Retrieved March 4, 2017.

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