Birth Date: November 5, 1958 / Age: 58
Birth Place: Marietta, Georgia, USA
Also Credited as: T-1000
Biography: Robert Patrick (born November 5, 1958 in Marietta, Georgia, USA) is an American actor. He was a track and field athlete.
He is the brother of Filter lead singer Richard Patrick. He is married to actress Barbara Patrick who appeared with him in some of his films such as Zero Tolerance and as Barbara Doggett in two episodes of The X-Files. He has a daughter (Austin) and a son (Samuel). Almost every year, he does the Love Ride, an annual motorbike race that raises money for charities.
Patrick shot to fame by starring opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1991's Terminator 2: Judgment Day. He played the T-1000, a Terminator that assumed human form but was made of a substance that could imitate anything it touched. His performance was a superb blend of villianous intensity and ruthlessness, and he was an excellent contrast to Schwarzenegger's now 'good' T-800.
His most recent roles include Ray Cash, father of Johnny Cash in Walk The Line, and Vernon Presley in a mini-series about Elvis Presley. He also recently guest starred in an episode of the hit TV series Lost, playing a character called Hibbs in the episode Outlaws.