Saturday, June 20, 2009

"American Dad", "Bright Lights, Big City", Celebrations

"American Dad"
Patrick guest voice appearance on Fox TV's "American Dad" will re-air on Sunday, June 21. It's the episode "Wife Insurance" and he sings on it, too!

"Life in Flight"

Just a reminder that "Life in Flight" is still available on "Movies On Demand" on same cable networks. It stars Patrick Wilson, Amy Smart and Lynn Collins. No word on a DVD release date so enjoy it now, if you can.

"Morning Glory"
Patrick's latest project, "Morning Glory" is still filming in NYC. No photos yet of him arriving/leaving work or on the set. Keep your eyes open and let us know what you find. You can post it on our messageboard. Thanks!

"Bright Lights, Big City"
In 1999, Patrick starred in a new off-Broadway show, "Bright Lights, Big City" (a movie version starred Michael J. Fox).
In May 2004, a studio cast recording was made of "Bright Lights, Big City" and the CD was released in 2005. If features Patrick as Jamie and other Broadway regulars such as Jesse L. Martin (also of "Law & Order), Sherie Rene Scott, Christine Ebersole, Gavin Creel, Eden Espinosa, and Celia Keenan - Bolger

A poster named lamborghini1869 has posted audio files from the CD on Youtube. You may want to check them out:

The CD is available at

Thu June 18 (last week) was Patrick and Dag's fourth wedding anniversary. Best wishes to them!

Tue June 23 will be Kalin's third birthday! He sure is growing up. Happy Birthday, Kal!

According to this article, Patrick is going to be honored at the New York State Senate Democratic Conference's "Hollywood and Broadway’s Salute To Pride" in June.

Excerpt: In addition to (Angela) Lansbury, actor Patrick Wilson of “Angels In America” and “Little Children,” political activist and poet/performer Staceyann Chin, actor Michael Cerveris of Broadway’s “Sweeney Todd,” Juan Pablo JuliĆ”, owner of Axel Hotels; and Bob Pontareli, owner of Elmo Restaurant and Barracuda, are also being feted. The keynoters are Oscar winning “Milk” screenwriter Dustin Lance Black and activist Cleve Jones.

Save the date: June 25 at City Hall. To RSVP, email

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