Patrick Brammall

Patrick Brammall's portrayal of Sean Moody in ABC TV's A Moody Christmas won him the 2013 AACTA award for Best Performance in a Television Comedy.
He also most recently portrayed a young Rupert Murdoch in the miniseries Power Games and appeared in ABC TV comedies The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting, Upper Middle Bogan and The Strange Calls. He also portrayed Kim Beazley in the telemovie, Hawke, opposite Richard Roxburgh. In 2014 Patrick will be seen in the series 5 of Offspring.
In 2010, Patrick made his feature film debut in the critically acclaimed Griff the Invisible. His most notable theatre credits are: Belvoir's Death of a Salesman (which won him the Sydney Theatre Area award for Best Supporting Actor and a Helpmann award nomination for Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play); MTC's The Importance of Being Earnest; STC's The White Guard; and MTC's Clybourne Park (which garnered him a Helpmann award nomination for Best Supporting Actor).

Known For


Cast Credits

No Activity (2017)
Starring as Detective Nick Cullen (8 episodes)
No Activity (2015)
Starring as Hendy
Life in Pieces (2015)
Guest starring as Clinton
Glitch (2015)
Starring as James Hayes (12 episodes)
Upper Middle Bogan (2013)
Starring as Danny Bright
The Moodys (2012)
Starring as Sean Moody (14 episodes)
New Girl (2011)
Guest starring as Dusty Sand
Canal Road (2008)
Starring as Steve Yunnane

Crew Credits

No Activity (2017)
Show crew as Developer
Show crew as Executive Producer
Episode crew as Teleplay