Hollywood heavyweight, Patrick Kilpatrick, releases a paperback version of his searing and scandalous literate look behind a successful career as the entertainment industry’s go-to antagonist, and juicy unprecedented celebrity tales – all the while intricately weaving in brazen patriotism and unparalleled humor.
Boulevard Books releases a paperback copy of DYING FOR LIVING by Patrick Kilpatrick, one of the finest screen and television character actors of his generation. Patrick Kilpatrick has played against a broad spectrum of Hollywood’s leading action heroes including Tom Cruise (in Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report), as well as Bruce Willis, Naomi Watts, Christopher Walken, Joaquin Phoenix, Sean Connery, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Pam Grier, Bruce Dern, Mira Sorvino, Meg Ryan, Katherine Heigl, and many others. Apart from acting, Patrick has enjoyed a successful career as an esteemed writer and ad creator for Time Magazine, The New York Times, People, Interview, Sports Illustrated, and Playboy, to name a few.
Kilpatrick is a veteran of 170 films and hit TV shows as lead actor, screenwriter, director, producer – from Steven Spielberg’s MINORITY REPORT with Tom Cruise to James Cameron’s DARK ANGEL with Jessica Alba, LAST MAN STANDING with Bruce Willis, 24 with Kiefer Sutherland and everything – high to low – in between. I have also written for nearly every magazine in New York – LIFE to TIME, INTERVIEW to PLAYBOY – as well as a multitude of ad agencies. I’ve served as director/assistant director off and on Broadway and been a guest lecturer at Hampton-Sydney College, the University of Wisconsin and been an invited Masters Class instructor at the New York Film Academy.
Published by Boulevard Books (NYC) the scintillating memoir launched at The National Press Club and the Kennedy Performing Arts Center on Oct. 3rd. Kilpatrick made appearances on FOX and ABC in D.C. – links below and was the headliner at a Boulevard Books Writers’ Event at Barnes and Nobles Union Square in Manhattan on Nov. 17th.
Book readings are scheduled at Dark Delicacies on January 12th, Book Soup on January 18th, Burbank Barnes and Nobles March 23rd, Dallas, Phoenix, Coral Gables Jan- Feb.
Vol 2 is due out Feb. 14th.
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