Patrick is the father in law of Emily Cutler.
Patrick enjoys playing the piano.
Patrick is 6' 2" (1.88 m)
Patrick Duffy joined the long list of celebrities lampooned by South Park. It happened in South Park episode 2 entitled Volcano.
During 23 years of his acting career - from start of Man from Atlantis until end of Step By Step ended in 1998, Patrick Duffy was only out of work for three weeks.
Patrick's parents were both killed by a gunman the was in the process of robbing the bar they owned.
Patrick's son Conor played the character of Little J.R. in the final episode of Dallas in 1991.
Patrick son's names are Padraic Terrence and Conor Frederick.
Patrick collects antique toys and children's books.
When Patrick was playing the character in Man from Atlantis he was required to hold his breath underwater for three minutes.
Patrick graduated from Cascade High School in 1967.
Patrick loves to play golf and has even played in some celebrity tournaments.
Patrick stated on the show Politically Incorrect that he has been a Buddhist for over 30 years.
Patrick is known in the entertainment world as always playing the good guy.
Patrick married Carlyn Rosser in 1974 and they are still married today. They have 2 children. Patrick and his wife live in the Los Angeles but they also have a home in Oregon. Patrick met his wife while riding on a bus. Patrick's wife is ten years older then he is.
Everybody knows Patrick as Pat in the TV world.
Patrick was himself in the All Star Cup 2005 the TV series.
Patrick was the Director of the TV series in which he appeared titled Step by Step and Dallas.
Patrick was the Producer of the follow up movies to Dallas. Dallas: War of the Ewings, and Dallas: J.R. Returns.
In 1996 the TV series Dallas Did a follow up movie to their series where Patrick played the part of Bobby Ewing his old character. The title of this movie was Dallas: J.R. Returns.
Patrick returned to his role as Bobby Ewing in the follow up film from the TV series Dallas in Dallas: War of the Ewings in 1998.
Patrick is the uncle of Oakland A's pitcher Barry Zito.
Patrick: I'm one of the lucky actors in television. I don't make a lot of big waves, but there's constant activity, and that's the way I prefer to live my life.
Patrick: I miss regular television. I miss the work ethic of those 5 day a week things. So, eventually, I'd like to get back to that.
Patrick: No. I lead a normal life and I don't assume there is anything I can impart to people. The only reason to write a book would be to make money, and I don't want to do that. To write a book would be going against how I've lived., when asked if he would write his autobiography.