Pat Healy
Pat Healy
Healy in 2012
Born (1971-09-14) September 14, 1971 (age 52)
NationalityAmerican
Occupations
  • Actor
  • screenwriter
  • director
  • producer
Years active1997–present

Pat Healy (born September 14, 1971) is an American film and television actor,[1] best known for his roles in Better Call Saul, Great World of Sound, Compliance, Killers of the Flower Moon, and Station 19, in which he was upgraded to the main cast in 2022. He directed his first feature film, Take Me, in 2017.

Life and career

Healy was born in Chicago, Illinois, where his career began at the Steppenwolf Theatre. He moved to Los Angeles in 1998, where he quickly landed a memorable supporting role in Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia as the pharmacist on the receiving end of Julianne Moore's profane meltdown. He has since appeared in over thirty feature films, including Ghost World, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Rescue Dawn, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Draft Day, Harmony and Me, Dirty Girl, Snow Angels, Undertow, Pearl Harbor, and Home Alone 3.

In 2007, Healy played the lead in Great World of Sound, an independent film directed by Craig Zobel and produced by David Gordon Green. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and Healy was the recipient of the Atlanta Film Festival Best Actor Award. Healy also appeared in Zobel's follow-up, Compliance, as a prank caller that incites a series of disturbing events at a fast food restaurant. He starred in Ti West's horror film The Innkeepers and in Cheap Thrills, alongside Ethan Embry, Sara Paxton and David Koechner. The dark comedy, directed by E.L. Katz, won the Midnight Films Audience Award at South by Southwest in 2013 before its acquisition by Alamo Drafthouse.

On television, Healy has appeared on Six Feet Under, Star Trek: Enterprise, 24, Grey's Anatomy, The Shield, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Without a Trace, NCIS, Cold Case, Charmed, CSI: Miami, Chicago Hope, NYPD Blue, and The Practice. He had a recurring role as the villain Sugalski on Eagleheart, as well as a celebrity guest appearance in Metalocalypse on Adult Swim.

In 2000, Healy wrote and directed the short film Mullitt, starring himself, Michael Shannon and Henry Gibson. The film premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival before being acquired by HBO. His feature scripts Snow Ponies and Strange Skies landed spots on the Black List in 2006 and 2007, respectively. He has also written three episodes of HBO's In Treatment, Weeks 1–3 of Walter (John Mahoney)'s sessions in Season Two.

Healy's feature directorial debut Take Me premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in April 2017.[2] The film was produced by Duplass Brothers Productions and stars Healy alongside Taylor Schilling. It was acquired by The Orchard for a May 2017 release.[3]

In 2022, Healy took over the role of Jeff in the sixth and final season of Better Call Saul from Don Harvey.[4]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Stricken Townie #1
1997 Home Alone 3 Agent Rogers
1999 Treasure Island Clark
1999 The Opera Lover Al
1999 Magnolia Sir Edmund William Godfrey / Young Pharmacy Kid
2000 More Dogs Than Bones Leon
2000 The Prime Gig Wendell
2001 Pearl Harbor Newsreel Guy
2001 Ghost World John Ellis
2003 I Love Your Work Connor
2004 Undertow Grant the Mechanic
2005 The Aviary Cabbie
2005 In Memory of My Father Pat
2005 Dirty Ronnie
2006 Rescue Dawn Norman
2006 Mr. Fix It Bill Smith
2007 Snow Angels Nursing Home Operator
2007 Great World of Sound Martin
2007 The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford Wilbur Ford
2007 The Red Sandwich Christmas Hour
2009 Spooner Carl
2009 Harmony and Me Matt
2010 Dirty Girl Billy
2011 The Innkeepers Luke
2012 Compliance Officer Daniels
2013 Cheap Thrills Craig Daniels
2014 Starry Eyes Carl
2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier Hydra scientist #1
2014 Draft Day Jeff Carson
2015 Henry Gamble's Birthday Party Bob Gamble
2015 No Way Jose Lawrence
2015 Tales of Halloween Forensic Bob Segment: "Bad Seed"
2015 Freaks of Nature Zombie Priest
2016 Lend a Hand for Love Clarence Short
2016 Carnage Park Wyatt Moss
2016 Everlasting Henrique
2016 Pandemic Doctor Ward
2016 Teenage Cocktail Frank Lustig
2016 Rebirth Jesse
2016 Poor Boy Vern Rickey
2017 Small Crimes Junior Vassey
2017 Take Me Ray Moody Also director
2017 The Post Phil Geyelin
2018 American Woman Ray
2018 Donnybrook Eldon
2018 Dealer Mr. X
2019 Velvet Buzzsaw Man from Perlack
2019 Bad Education District Attorney
2020 Dinner in America Norman
2020 Run Tom
2020 The Pale Door[5] Wylie
2021 We Need to Do Something Robert
2023 Killers of the Flower Moon John Burger

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Profiler Kyle Episode: "Double Vision"
1998 The Practice Russell Thurm Episode: "Swearing In"
1999 Turks Don Bracey Episode: "Pilot"
1999 NYPD Blue Steve Jung 3 episodes
1999 Chicago Hope Asst. Surgeon Ted Manakas Episode: "Vigilance and Care"
1999 Hefner: Unauthorized Eldon Sellers TV movie
2001 Angel Doug Sanders Episode: "Disharmony"
2001 Dead Last Ticket Cop Episode: "He Who Smelt It"
2001 Philly Richie Turner Episode: "Truth or Consequence"
2003 CSI: Miami Keith Sewell Episode: "Bunk"
2003 Charmed Xavier Episode: "Nymphs Just Wanna Have Fun"
2004 Six Feet Under Byron 2 episodes
2004 Cold Case Warden Wilbur 1968 Episode: "The House"
2005 NCIS Jonathan Hanlan Episode: "The Meat Puzzle"
2005 Without a Trace Mark Ryan Episode: "Neither Rain Nor Sleet"
2005 Blind Justice Kent Newell Episode: "Four Feet Under"
2005 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Jared Obstfeld Episode: "4x4"
2005 Star Trek: Enterprise Alien Slave Episode: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II"
2005 The Shield Mike Fletcher Episode: "Cut Throat"
2006 Grey's Anatomy Tom Russell 2 episodes
2006 Night Stalker Paul Krieger Episode: "What's the Frequency, Kolchak?"
2006 Las Vegas Barry Barona Episode: "Fidelity, Security, Delivery"
2007 24 Marcus Episode: "Day 6: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m."
2012 Metalocalypse Dr. Richard Reinhold Rnawighiwowpj (voice) Episode: "Motherklok"
2013 Sanjay and Craig Dude / Geography Guy / Zombie (voice) Episode: "Blackout/Family Re-Noodman"
2013–2014 Eagleheart Sugalski 6 episodes
2014 How to Get Away with Murder Dennis Episode: "Kill Me, Kill Me, Kill Me"
2015 Backstrom Leon Mundy Episode: "Takes One to Know One"
2015 Ray Donovan Jeff Barker Episode: "Poker"
2016 The Grinder Coleman Episode: "The Retooling of Dean Sanderson"
2016 Shameless Lester 2 episodes
2016 Dice Episode: "Six Grand"
2016 Blunt Talk 3 episodes
2017 Under the Bed Stalker TV movie
2018 Hap and Leonard Truman Brown 4 episodes
2019 The Edge of Sleep The Trespasser 4 episodes
2020–present Station 19 Michael Dixon 21 episodes
2020 Interrogation Robert Sullivan 2 episodes
2021 Them Marty Dixon 5 episodes
2022 Better Call Saul Jeff[a] Recurring (season 6); 3 episodes
2022 George & Tammy Don Chapel 2 episodes

References

  1. ^ Nathan Southern (2015). "Pat Healy". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Archived from the original on 2015-10-12.
  2. ^ McNary, Dave (2017-03-06). "Taylor Schilling, Pat Healy's Comedy 'Take Me' Bought by The Orchard". Variety. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
  3. ^ N'Duka, Amanda (2017-03-06). "The Orchard Nabs Taylor Schilling Dark Comedy 'Take Me' Ahead of Tribeca Debut". Deadline. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
  4. ^ Nemetz, Dave (2022-07-06). "Better Call Saul Recasts Key Role Ahead of Final Episodes, New Teaser Reveals". TVLine. Retrieved 2022-07-11.
  5. ^ Wiseman, Andreas (May 29, 2019). "'13 Reasons Why' Star Devin Druid Leads Cast In Horror-Western 'The Pale Door', Shoot Under Way In Oklahoma". Deadline. Retrieved June 27, 2019.

Notes

  1. ^ He replaces Don Harvey in this role due to Harvey's previous commitments