Sean Patrick Thomas Biography
Sean Patrick Thomas is an American actor. He was born on December 17th, 1970 in Washington DC. His parents were immigrants from Guyana.
He grew up in Wilmington, Delaware. He is the son of Cheryl and Carlton Thomas. He has two younger siblings and he attended Brandywine High School in Delaware and after graduating, he attended the University of Virginia.
He wanted to study law but after a successful audition for the film, A Raisin in the Sun, he decided to go to New York University’s prestigious Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts and graduated in 1995.
Sean Patrick Thomas Age | How Old Is Sean Patrick Thomas
He was born on December 17th, 1970 in Washington DC. He is 48 years old as of 2018.
Sean Patrick Thomas Wife
He married Aonika Laurent in New Orleans on April 22nd, 2006. They met at a party that was thrown by Tim Story, director of Barbershop. The couple has two children together.
Sean Patrick Thomas Dead
He is still alive.
Sean Patrick Thomas Height
He is 1.73 M tall.
Sean Patrick Thomas Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million.
Sean Patrick Thomas Career
Thomas started showing up in screen jobs in the mid-1990s and had minor jobs in a few movies, including Conspiracy Theory (1997), Can’t Hardly Wait (1998), and Cruel Intentions (1999).
His first driving job was in the high schooler sentiment Save the Last Dance, wherein he featured inverse Julia Stiles. The film opened in January 2001 and wound up effective among teenage crowds, netting over $90 million locally.
Along these lines, Thomas showed up in supporting jobs in the movies Barbershop and Halloween: Resurrection, the two of which were discharged in 2002. Thomas was a cast part on The District, a TV wrongdoing dramatization that broadcast on CBS (from 2000–04).
Thomas played repeating character Alan Townsend on Reaper. He began the repetitive character of Karl Dupree on Lie To Me. In 2009, he made that big appearance, assuming the title job in “Othello” for Theater for a New Audience in New York.
This creation moved to the Intiman Theater in Seattle for the mid-year. In 2012, he worked with Ioan Gruffudd and Sarah Michelle Gellar in Ringer. He was initially given a role as Cyborg for Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, supplanting Shemar Moore from Justice League: War who was at first not accessible to repeat his job.
In any case, after Sean Patrick Thomas recorded the job, Shemar Moore was accessible again so Andrea Romano, for congruity, recast Thomas with Shemar Moore who lips adjusted to the prior exhibition of Thomas. Patrick Thomas depicted Dr. Michael Cayle in the Horror film Deep in the Darkness, in view of the Michael Laimo epic with a similar name.
Sean Patrick Thomas Movies
- Courage Under Fire
- Picture Perfect
- Conspiracy Theory
- Can’t Hardly Wait
- Cruel Intentions
- Dracula 2000
- Save the Last Dance
- Not Another Teen Movie
- Halloween: Resurrection
- Barbershop 2: Back in Business
- The Fountain
- The Burrowers
- Murder on the 13th Floor
- Deep in the Darkness
- Barbershop: The Next Cut
- The Sterling Chase
- The Curse of La Llorona
- The District
- A Raisin in the Sun
- Lie To Me
- Reed Between the Lines
- American Horror Story: Asylum
- Murder on the 13th Floor
- The Murder Pact
- NCIS: New Orleans
- Criminal Minds
- Kevin (Probably) Saves the World
- Madam Secretary (TV series)
Sean Patrick Thomas Save The Last Dance | Julia Stiles And Sean Patrick Thomas
He plays the role of Derek Reynolds in this movie. Sara (Julia Stiles) is moved from a small Midwestern town to the south side of Chicago when her mother dies in a car accident and must live with her father.
She soon falls for an African American teenager (Sean Patrick Thomas) at her new high school and he has less than an idyllic past. They share a love for dance (ballet and hip hop respectively) and together they tackle the problems that go with an interracial relationship.
Initial release: 12 January 2001 (USA)
Director: Thomas Carter
Box office: 131.7 million USD
Awards: MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss.
Screenplay: Duane Adler, Cheryl Edwards
Sean Patrick Thomas NCIS
He was Lt. Jakoby in this TV series. Agent Dwayne “King” Pride has a team out of New Orleans’ NCIS field office that is investigating crimes that affect military personnel.
He’s a local guy with a drive to do the right thing and leads agents Christopher LaSalle — who plays almost as hard as he works — and former ATF agent Sonja Percy — who finds being a part of a team an adjustment after years of working undercover assignments on her own.
Eccentric coroner Dr. Loretta Wade supports them in cases. Together, they delve into the dark side of the colorful city that’s a magnet for servicemen on leave.
Theme song: Boom Boom
No. of episodes: 111 (list of episodes)
Composer(s): Brian Kirk
Sean Patrick Thomas The Curse of La Llorona
He portrays Detective Cooper in this 2019 movie. In 1970s Los Angeles, the legendary ghost La Llorona is stalking the night — and the children. Ignoring the eerie warning of a troubled mother, a social worker, and her own kids are drawn into a frightening supernatural realm.
Their only hope of surviving La Llorona’s deadly wrath is a disillusioned priest who practices mysticism to keep evil at bay.
Initial release: 18 April 2019 (Indonesia, Nigeria)
Director: Michael Chaves
Producers: James Wan, Gary Dauberman, Emile Gladstone
Production companies: New Line Cinema, Atomic Monster Productions
Screenplay: Tobias Iaconis, Mikki Daughtry
Sean Patrick Thomas Cruel Intentions
Unfeeling Intentions is a 1999 American high schooler sentimental dramatization movie composed and coordinated by Roger Kumble and featuring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe, Reese Witherspoon, and Selma Blair.
The film is an adjustment of the novel Les Liaisons dangereuses, composed by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos in 1782, yet set among well off youngsters going to secondary school in New York City rather than eighteenth-century France.