Dublin born,Pat Nolan has appeared as an actor in many T.V , Theatre Film and Radio Productions Nationally and Internationally. His many Theatre roles include:'Mahogany" with the San Francisco Repertory Theatre, "Grease" at the Fallon House Theatre, California,'Pisces the Cod", "Hamlet" with the Abbey, "A Moon for the Misbegotten" with Vienna's International Theatre, "All my Sons" at the Focus, 'Storytellers" with Storytellers Theatre Company, "Borstal Boy at the Gaiety Theatre, °Bouncers" at the Tivoli Theatre,
"Without the'H", "Scorpion", "Didis Big Day' and "Loco County Lonesome" with his own company Black Box Theatre Co.,'Studs", "Going Places", "Buddleia" with The Passion Machine, and Jimmy Murphy's" one-man show Aceldama". He appeared in '12 Angry Men' for Lane Productions, in Dublin and a Nationwide tour, the Passion Machine production of 'A Little Bit of Blue' at Andrews Lane. 'I Keano', Olympia and tour.
The Cherry Orchard, at the Gate. And most recently 'Our Father' at the New Theatre, as part of the Absolute Fringe Festival, which recently toured Wicklow, Tallaght and Cork.
He has appeared in many Films including 'Sometime City", "The Courier", ", "Eat the Peach" and "Taffin". His most recent film work includes: "Angela's Ashes", "When The Sky Falls", The Magnificent Ambersons' and 'Batman Begins'
And most recently 'Honeymoon for One' for Hallmark.
Television work includes "Inside", "The Price", "Remmington Steele", "Commonplaces", "The Governor". Pat would be best known to Irish audiences in the role af Barry O Hanlon in RTE's long running soap, "Fair City". In 2005 Pat won the Ros d'Or for Best Soap Actor.
Pat trained with the Stanislavski Studio at The Focus, DYT, Stage Group Theatre, San Francisco, The Alexander Technique at the CTC in London. He is the Cofounder of Black Box Theatre Co. and The Actors Workshop. Pat has also directed Plays for Black Box, the Dublin Youth Theatre and Spike Productions. '
In addition to his acting and directorial work, Pat has been a member of the Filmbase Board far two years. His commitment to fostering artists, in particular writers, actors and designers, has led him to produce and facilitate new Irish work in the theatre
He currently run's Conary Community Arts in Avoca, Co. Wicklow.