Mathew St. Patrick is most popularly known for his portrayal of Keith Charles in Six Feet Under.
As a series regular, Mathew shares in the awards received by the series, including the 2004 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, the 2003 Golden Globe nomination for Best Television Series - Drama, three GLAAD Media Awards and the 2002 Peabody Award.
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, St. Patrick went to Los Angeles in 1995 to pursue his dream of becoming an actor.
After years of extra work and odd jobs, he landed his first leading role in the play Full Court Press. Guest roles on television shows followed including NYPD Blue, Beverly Hills, 90210, Moesha and Diagnosis: Murder.
This helped him land the role of Detective Taggart on General Hospital. In 1998, he moved to New York for the contract role as Adrian Sword on the daytime drama All My Children.
His other TV credits include playing Detective Kenneth Marjorino in the series Reunion as well as guest roles in Crossing Jordan, Higglytown Heroes and Law And Order. He also provided the voice for Skulker on Nickelodeon's Danny Phantom.
Taking his career beyond the front of the camera lens, St. Patrick executive produced the film short Ruby's Tuesday, directed by Heather Cappiello, and is currently co-producing a documentary series on sports legends.