Patrick Drake

played by Jason Thompson
Character Biography

Commitment used to be a four letter word for Patrick Drake. But then he fell in love with Robin Scorpio, a fellow doctor, and he changed his ways. 

 The Good

-Saved Jason Morgan's life when he suffered from a fatal brain disorder.
-Donated part of his liver to his father Noah who was in dire need of a transplant.
-His marriage to Robin and the birth of their daughter Emma.

The Bad and the Ugly
-His strained relationship with his father, Noah, which lasted many years.
-Cheated on Robin with Lisa Niles
-Had an HIV scare after cutting himself during surgery on an AIDS patient.

-Elizabeth Webber
-Epiphany Johnson

Love Interests
-Robin Scorpio
-Britt Westbourne
-Lisa Niles
-Sabrina Santiago
-Sam Morgan

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Actor Biography

Dr. Patrick Drake on the ABC Television Network's "General Hospital"

Jason Thompson joined the cast of "General Hospital" in November 2005 as Dr. Patrick Drake, Noah's arrogant yet brilliant neurosurgeon son. Thompson received consecutive nominations for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 2011 and 2012.

The St. Albert, Canada native left home at the young age of 18 to find fame and fortune in the modeling industry. Soon thereafter, a respectable career in modeling and commercials – including for The Gap – allowed Thompson to pay the bills and afford to travel internationally. He admits that becoming an actor was never far from his thoughts.

Thompson has an impressive resume of theater, film and television roles. His theater credits include lead roles in the plays "The Academy," "More than You" and "Jakob." He also starred in the films "Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy" and "Divide."

His television credits include guest-starring roles on "Deep," "Felicity," "Zoe," "MTV Undressed" and "Flipper." In addition, he portrayed the role of Dr. Drake in the highly-successful primetime spinoff, "General Hospital: Night Shift," on SOAPnet.

Thompson currently lives in Los Angeles and loves to play hockey and surf. In addition he co-owns two restaurants in Edmonton, Canada.

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