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James Van Patten:
James (Jimmy) Van Patten date of birth is 7 October, 1956 and place of birth is Brooklyn, New York, United States. By profession he is an outstanding actor, writer, and producer who has spent his whole life working in the entertainment sector, which includes cinema, television, and theater. He has been praised by critics as an actor and has won awards for the screenplays he has written. In 1996, the independent production business that he and his brother had helped start was responsible for the distribution of the firm's first full-length motion picture to cinemas.

James Van Patten age, wiki, biography

James Van Patten's birthday is 7 October, 1956 and birth place is Brooklyn, New York, United States. His age as in 2022 is 65 years. Libra is his birth sign. He celebrates his birthday every year on October 7. His Parents are Dick Van Patten and Patricia Helon ""Pat"" Van Patten. His mother's name is Patricia Helon ""Pat"" Van Patten and his father's name is Dick Van Patten. His mother was originally known as Patricia Helon ""Pat""Poole. By profession his father Dick Van Patten was an actor. His mother Patricia Helon ""Pat"" Van Patten is an actress and used to dance for June Taylor. 

His nationality is American. He is of Dutch, English, and Italian origin. He has 2 siblings. In siblings he has 2 brothers. His elder brothers name is Nels Van Patten born on January 15, 1955. Richard Nels Van Patten, known as Nels Van Patten, is an American actor and former professional tennis player. His younger brothers name is Vincent Van Patten born on October 17, 1957. Vincent Van Patten by profession is an American actor, an erstwhile professional tennis player, and the pundit for the World Poker Tour.

 His uncle is producer/director Tim Van Patten and actor John Van patten. His aunt Joyce Van Patten is a film and stage actress. His grandparents are Richard Byron Van Patten and Josephine Rose Acerno. His cousins are Grace Van PattenAnna Van Patten, Casey King and Talia Balsam. He is the brother-in-law of Nancy Valen and Eileen Davidson. He is ex-brother-in-law of Betsy Russell.

He tied the knot with Shana Hiatt, an American model and presenter on 5 May, 1999. After being together for 5 years, they divorced in 2005. 

James Van Patten Career

James began his career as a professional actor at the age of twelve, following the example of his father, the actor Dick Van Patten. The Van Patten family relocated to Hollywood when Jimmy was a teenager, and he was instantly selected to play the role of a reform school child in the popular television show "The Odd Couple." This role served as the catapult for Jimmy's successful acting career. Jimmy spent his whole childhood making guest appearances on various television programs, miniseries, and movies. He portrayed the character of "Bo Chisholm" in the award-winning show "The Chisholm's" that was shown on CBS. Robert Preston was his co-star in the show. Alongside Andrea Martin and Bud Cort, he also acted in the comedy show "Poison" for Showtime, made by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's Imagine Entertainment.

Van Patten also has an outstanding filmography, with appearances in over 35 movies, such as "Lifeguard," "The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again," "Roller Boogie," "Freaky Friday," and "California Dreaming." In the realm of comedy, Jimmy has been seen in projects such as "Life Stinks" and "Robin Hood Men in Tights," both of which were directed by Mel Brooks. In addition, Keenan Ivory Wayans was Jimmy's director in the movie "Don't Be a Menace in South Central." In the famous horror movie series "SAW," he returned to his role as Dr. Heffner in "SAW 4", "SAW 5", "SAW 6," and "SAW 7 - The Final Chapter in 3D". The most recent movie he was in was "Inconceivable," a suspense movie with Academy Award winners, actor Nicolas Cage and actress Faye Dunaway. James co-starred with his brother Vincent Van Pattwn in the movie, "Walk To Vegas," which he also produced. The movie is a black comedy as well as a real tale about Hollywood big shots who would bet on anything.

Jimmy has performed in a number of plays, some of which include "Mr. Roberts" at the San Antonio Fiesta Theater, "Breakfast with Les and Bes" at the Burt Reynolds' Jupiter Theater, and "The World Debut of "Passengers"" touring with the Frank Kenley Players." He played the character of Ben Silverman in the highly acclaimed national tour production of "The Sunshine Boys," in which he appeared in over one hundred locations throughout the country. In 2004, Jimmy was also a part of the production of "Harvey" on both the Laguna Playhouse stage with Charles Durning and on the Broadway stage at the Cord Theater. Besides his work as an actor, Jimmy scripted and produced the comedy "Dirty Tennis" for MCA, which went on to win the New York and VSDA Awards for "Best Comedy Video of the Year in 1990." Jimmy and his brother Vincent first worked together as producers on the movie "The Break," which was starring Martin Sheen and was released by Trimark Pictures. Jimmy and Vincent also penned and produced "The Flunky," which was directed by Vincent Van Patten and featured Jimmy Van Patten, Farrah Fawcett and Dean Stockwell. At the Port Hueneme International Film Festival in 2000, "The Flunky" was awarded "Best Cinematography on a Feature Film" and "Best Director on a Feature Film," two of the most prestigious creative awards. Jimmy has also finished the scripting of the theatrical version of "The Flunky," which will be a musical comedy performed on the Broadway stage. Together with Debbie Gibson, who is also contributing to the writing of the music for this project, he is working on this extremely intriguing venture. Jimmy has been the ambassador for his dad's firm, "Dick Van Patten's Natural Balance Pet Foods," from 1989, which has now expanded to become a very profitable multinational enterprise.


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