As part of the Edinburgh Festival in 2007, Patrick performed in the one-man play A Night In November, by Marie Jones.
Patrick owns a De Lorean DMC-12 (as seen in the Back to the Future films).
He has left much of his political comedy background behind and these days tends to favour light-entertainment shows.
In 1993 he became the warm-up act for a BBC Northern Ireland programme Anderson on the Box presented by local personality Gerry Anderson.
Patrick says the best thing about his job is daytime TV - "being able to sit and watch it with a bowl of cornflakes."
Patrick appeared in Soccer Aid in 2006, and again in 2008. The celebrity charity football game raises money for UNICEF, and features England vs The Rest of the World.
Patrick Kielty claims he had no chemistry with co-star Kelly Brook on "Celebrity Love Island" because he was too intimidated by her movie star boyfriend Billy Zane.
Hosted the Hot Press Irish Music Awards in April of 2002.
He is famous for doing off-the-wall things like taking the entire audience to a pub after a show.
He was awarded with an honourary doctorate for services to the performing arts by Queens University.
He was a co-host of "The Prince's Trust 30th Birthday: Live with Cat Deeley."
Patrick, trying to break into the US market, did a pilot of a US version of "Deal or No Deal."
He won a Royal Television Society Award for 'Best Regional Presenter' for his show "PK Tonight."
In 1995 he presented the Northern Ireland part of Comic Relief, sharing the stage with top names such as Jo Brand and Lenny Henry.
He clashed with tutor Richard Park on Fame Accademy.
He started up his own comedy club.
Patrick Keilty visited India as part of Sport Relief for the BBC.
He used to be a stand-up comic.
Patrick's career started while he was still a student at Queen's University, Belfast.
Patrick formerly dated Amanda Byram who has worked for the Irish TV channel TV3 and Channel 4 in the UK.
He is a Roman Catholic.