Sean Patrick Doyle is an actor and writer based in New York City. He originally hails from Miami, FL, where he began his professional stage career at the age of ten.
Best known for playing roller-skating lackey Garv in 20th Century Fox's The Sitter, opposite Jonah Hill and Sam Rockwell, Sean Patrick also provided singing vocals for Sir Ben Kingsley in Focus Features' Oscar-nominated stop-motion, The Boxtrolls.
On Broadway, he originated the role Chantal the Songbird in the Tony award-winning revival of La Cage Aux Folles, opposite Emmy-winner Kelsey Grammer and Tony-winner Douglas Hodge. He currently appears as an Angel in the Tony-winning tuner Kinky Boots.
Off-Broadway, he appeared in the revival of Ben Jonson's Jacobean farce Volpone and created the role of Loki in Tarell McCraney's Wig Out!, under the direction of Tina Landau. In response to his performance as Loki, opposite Daniel T. Booth, Ben Brantley of the New York Times wrote, "To watch these two work the runway together is to enter a twilight zone where the natural laws of physics and biology seem to have melted and mutated." He also appeared in the US premiere of Anna Nicole: The Opera at BAM, directed by Tony-nominee Richard Jones.
The Village Voice has praised him as an "astonishingly voiced countertenor." He is known for his gender-bending portrayal of Fruma-Sarah in the North American tour of Fiddler on the Roof, breaking tradition as the first countertenor to play the role. Other touring credits include the North American tour of Mary Poppins, the Asian tour of Fame: the Musical and the Asian and European tours of West Side Story.
Small screen credits include "Orange is the New Black," "Nurse Jackie," "Forever," "Law & Order" and "The Kennedy Center Honors" at the John F. Kennedy Center, where he has performed in numerous concerts and operas. He played a major role in HBO's dropped comedy project, "Mamma Dallas", from Enlightened creator Mike White, and recurred as Coach Gordon in USA Network's comedy "Donny!"
Sean Patrick is also an accomplished playwright, with works appearing in two publications by Smith & Kraus. An avid traveler and photographer, Sean Patrick has had select photographs from his travels to thirty five countries published in and honored by The Miami Herald and Lonely Planet publications.
He is a graduate of South Florida's top arts magnet, New World School of the Arts, and holds a Bachelors of Music from Catholic University in Washington, DC. He currently resides in Manhattan with his rescue pup, Joey.