Patrick Fabian has played everything from professors to millionaires, but it was his role as a demon-exorcising preacher in "The Last Exorcism" (2010) that finally saw the veteran stage and screen actor get his due. The Penn State graduate moved to California in the 1980s to pursue a Master's degree in Drama, and segued into the theater scene in both L.A. and NY. After his TV debut on "Bodies of Evidence" (CBS, 1992-93), Fabian portrayed laidback Professor Lasky on "Saved by the Bell: The College Years" (NBC, 1993-94) and appeared in a string of TV cameos until his film debut in the gambling comedy "Sour Grapes" (1998). The 2000s saw Fabian establish himself as a solid supporting actor on shows like the cult favorite "Joan of Arcadia" (CBS, 2003-05), and HBO's polygamy drama "Big Love" (2006-2011). He also appeared in the surprise hit "The Last Exorcism" and cult icon Danny Trejo's "Bad Ass" (2012).
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Made TV debut on CBS' "Bodies of Evidence."
Cast in supporting role as a college professor on NBC's "Saved by the Bell: The College Years."
Made film debut in the Larry David directed gambling comedy "Sour Grapes."
Landed recurring role on NBC's "Providence."
Recurring role on CBS's "Joan of Arcadia."
Appeared on The CW's "Veronica Mars."
Featured on HBO's "Big Love."
Portrayed an evangelical preacher in "The Last Exorcism."
Nabbed a recurring part on the TV series "Working Class"
Was a co-star in the action-comedy "Bad Ass"
Joined the cast of AMC's "Breaking Bad" spin-off "Better Call Saul"
Joined the cast of the drama "DriverX."