• Patrick Flueger is an actor, best known for being one of the lead characters in the television series “The 4400” as Shawn Farrell.
• He has a net worth of $800,000, earned through a successful career in acting.
• He pursued acting at a young age, getting his first significant role in the film “The Princess Diaries”.
• He is currently a regular cast member of “Chicago P.D.”, and has had roles in several other films and television shows.
• It is rumored that Flueger is in a relationship with actress and “Chicago P.D.” co-star Marina Squerciati.
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|Fact||Is an accomplished musician writing music and playing guitar.|
Who is Patrick Flueger?
Patrick John Flueger was born on 10 December 1983, in Red Wing, Minnesota USA, and is an actor, perhaps best known for being one of the lead characters in the television series “The 4400” as Shawn Farrell. He is currently a regular cast member of “Chicago P.D.”
The Wealth of Patrick Flueger
How rich is Patrick Flueger? As of late-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $800,000, earned through a successful career in acting. He’s also worked on numerous film projects over the course of his career, and as he continues his endeavors, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Career Beginnings
Patrick grew up in Red Wing, the eldest of three siblings, and was educated at Red Wing High School. He pursued acting at a young age, getting his first significant role in the film “The Princess Diaries”, based on the 2000 novel of the same name written by Meg Cabot, and starring Anne Hathaway as Mia Thermopolis, a teenager who discovers she is the heir to the throne of a fictional Kingdom.
Over the next few years, he would have more roles on television, mainly as a guest, in popular shows such as “CSI: Miami”, “Boston Public”, and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”. He was also cast in the television movie entitled “Twelve Mile Road”, based on the book “Mystery Ride” which is a New York Times best seller. He also had suport roles in “Judging Amy”, and “Grounded for Life”. In 2004, he was cast in his first television main role in the series “The 4400”.
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The television series “The 4400” focuses on a group of 4400 people who have disappeared at various times beginning in the 1930s, but all appeared together in present times not having aged since the time of their disappearance. The show ran for four seasons until its cancellation in 2007- he played the role of Shawn Farrell, a character which was not supposed to be abducted but was taken in the act of saving his brother being abducted in 2001. While with the show, Flueger had other film projects such as “The World’s Fastest Indian” which is a biographical sports film based on the racer Burt Monro.
He also worked on the film entitled “Spin”, starring alongside Katie Cassidy and Adam Campbell in a story focusing on several people trying to recall the events of the previous night at a Los Angeles night club. In 2010, he was cast in the American version of the New Zealand series “Outrageous Fortune”, retitled “Scoundrels”, as one of the main characters Logan West; the show ran for a season, after which he had a few more film roles, including in the horror film “Kill Theory”.
In 2009, Patrick had another film role in “The Job”, an independent film based on the 1998 play of the same name, then appeared in the film “Brothers” which is a remake of the Danish film “Brodre”, a war story which takes place in Denmark and Afghanistan, also starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Tobey Maguire, and Natalie Portman. The following year he appeared in “Footloose” and Mother’s Day”, and screen tested for the feature film “Captain America”, but was unable to get the part.
His next major role came in 2014, in the series “Chicago P.D.”, in the role of Adam Ruzek. The police procedural drama follows the patrol officers of the Intelligence Unit of the 21st District of the Chicago Police Department, and has been running for six seasons, and he’s also appeared in a recurring role in the sister show entitled “Chicago Fire”, initially as a rookie police officer. One of his latest projects is the film “The Tell-Tale Heart”, a horror story based on the Edgar Allan Poe short story of the same title.
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For his personal life, it is rumored that Flueger is in a relationship with actress and “Chicago P.D.” co-star Marina Squerciati, though their relationship has not yet been confirmed. It was announced through social media that Marina gave birth to a daughter though details about the father have not been released, which led to a lot of speculation stating that he might be the baby’s father, and they actually uploaded an Instagram photo that has fueled the speculations. Prior to these rumors, it is known that he previously dated actress Carly Pope from 2005 to 2008, and was in a relationship with actress Briana Evigan from 2008 to 2011.
|Profession||Actor, Singer, Songwriter|
|Education||Red Wing High School|
|Parents||KC Flueger, Kim Flueger|
|Movies||The Princess Diaries, Footloose, Brothers, Kill Theory, Mother’s Day, The World’s Fastest Indian, Twelve Mile Road, The Tell-Tale Heart, Present Trauma, The Job, You Are Here, Loaded|
|TV Shows||Scoundrels, The 4400, Chicago P.D.|
|1||Was the lead singer for the band Sleeper 7.|
|2||Is an accomplished musician writing music and playing guitar.|
|The Super||2017||post-production||Phil Logan|
|Chicago P.D.||2014-2017||TV Series||Adam Ruzek|
|The Tell-Tale Heart||2016|
|Chicago Fire||2014-2016||TV Series||Adam Ruzek|
|Lawless Range||2016||Sean Donnelly|
|Warehouse 13||2013||TV Series||Ranger Evan Smith|
|Criminal Minds||2013||TV Series||Paul Westin|
|Hatfields & McCoys||2013||TV Movie||Jack McCoy|
|Mother’s Day||2010/I||Ike (as Patrick Flueger)|
|VideoDome Rent-O-Rama||2010||Short||Dick (as Patrick Flueger)|
|Brothers||2009/I||Private Joe Willis (as Patrick Flueger)|
|The Job||2009/I||Bubba (as Patrick Flueger)|
|Kill Theory||2009||Michael (as Patrick Flueger)|
|The 4400||2004-2007||TV Series||Shawn Farrell|
|Spin||2007||Ryan (as Patrick Flueger)|
|The World’s Fastest Indian||2005||Rusty (as Patrick Flueger)|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2004||TV Series||Aidan Connor|
|It’s All Relative||2004||TV Series||Lance|
|Paradise||2004/I||TV Movie||Luke Paradise (as Patrick Flueger)|
|JAG||2003||TV Series||Petty Officer Miles Yates|
|Grounded for Life||2003||TV Series||Caleb|
|Twelve Mile Road||2003||TV Movie||Will Coffey (as Patrick Flueger)|
|Boston Public||2003||TV Series||Joseph Prager|
|CSI: Miami||2003||TV Series||Brad Kenner|
|The Pitts||2003||TV Series||‘Pipe’ Keith|
|Judging Amy||2003||TV Series||Mark Thurber|
|Septuplets||2002||TV Series||Zeke Wilde (as Patrick Flueger)|
|The Princess Diaries||2001||Student Jeremiah Hart (as Patrick Flueger)|
|Steve Harvey||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|Everybody Cut: The Stars of ‘Footloose’||2012||Video documentary short||Himself|
|Jump Back: Re-Imagining ‘Footloose’||2012||Video documentary short||Himself|
|A New Princess||2001||Video short documentary||Himself – Student Jeremiah Hart (as Patrick Fluegler)|
|2014||NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Best of 2014 Award||NewFilmmakers Los Angeles||Best Performance in a Drama||Present Trauma (2013)|
|2004||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Adult Performer in a Teenage Role||Twelve Mile Road (2003)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia