Patrick Bohan is a writer and actor in a committed relationship with caffeine. He grew up in San Francisco, and studied at Cornell with a major in Economics and bottomless coffee cups. He was a leather-wearing school bully in two indie films and a Cornell production of “Spring Awakening,” and was stabbed onstage as “Basil” in “The Picture of Dorian Gray.”
Patrick has sold his own bone marrow, been in fist fight with a llama, and briefly held the world record for most yogurt eaten in a minute. He still sees Yoplait in his dreams. He loves to argue politics and just about anything else. Patrick writes his bios in third person because it makes him sound important.