Mathew St. Patrick
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Michael St. Patrick's first screen role was an appearance in the 1996 action flick "Steel Sharks." After small roles in the gritty police series "NYPD Blue," the teen staple "Beverly Hills, 90210," and the soap opera "General Hospital," St. Patrick got his big break in 1998 when he scored a regular gig on another daytime series, "All My Children." The actor was in over 60 episodes of the show between 1998 and 2000 in his role as secret agent Adrian Sword. Following his exit from the soap opera, St. Patrick voiced episodes of the Nickelodeon toon "Danny Phantom." He began playing his most memorable role in 2001 when he joined the cast of Alan Ball's "Six Feet Under" as gay cop Keith Charles, and romantic partner of series lead David (Michael C. Hall), for the quirky drama's entire five-season run. After the completion of "Six Feet Under," St. Patrick continued to appear in a number of TV procedural dramas, before scoring a lead role on "Reunion" as a detective on the trail of a murder.