Pat Finn

Pat Finn grew up in Evanston, Illinois as one of six children. He attended high school at Loyola Academy and graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee. After graduation, he moved to Chicago where he worked as a beer sales associate until joining the famed Second City Theater. During his time at Second City, Pat also performed improvisation with the Improv Olympics in Chicago. There worked with: Chris Farley, Stephen Colbert, Steve Carrell, Tina Fey, and Amy Pohler.

After writing and performing in two Second City resident shows, Pat landed the part of George Wendt’s younger brother in CBS sitcom “The George Wendt Show” and moved to Los Angeles. Pat recently finished a reoccurring role as Mike’s best friend, Bill Norwood on ABC’s “The Middle” for nine seasons.

Pat has also had re-occurring roles on “Murphy Brown,” “Third Rock From The Sun,” “Ed” and “My Boys.” Some of his other television credits include “Friends” “Seinfeld” “The Drew Cary Show” “That 70’s Show” “Las Vegas” “Curb Your Enthusiasm” “House” “The Goldbergs” and “2 ‘Broke Girls”.  Pat’s feature film credits include “Dude, Where’s My Car,” “I Love You, Beth Cooper,” “Space Buddies,” “Santa Pups 2” and “It’s Complicated” opposite Meryl Streep.

Pat recently won the 2022 Chandler International film festival “Best Actor” award.

Pat has also had commercial success with campaigns for “Got Milk?”, “DiGiorno Pizza”, an award winning “Toyota” campaign and dozens of others.

Pat teaches Improvisation at the corporate and collegiate level. Clients include Netflix, AT&T, McDonalds, The C.D.C., Marquette University, Indiana U, Loyola Marymount, and University of Colorado Boulder.

Pat continues to perform improv in Hollywood with his Chicago buddies in the critically acclaimed ensemble improv show, “BeerSharkMice.”

He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Donna and their three children, and knows most of the state capitals.