Patricia Duff studied acting in college and plied the trade later as a working actor in the Chicago theater scene. Since moving to Whidbey Island 16 years ago, Patricia has performed in OutCast Productions' Black Box Theater in "Mr. and Mrs. Fitch," "Good People," "Gertrude Stein and A Companion" and "Oh What a Lovely War." She has also been seen at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts in "Seven Keys to Baldpate," "The Good Doctor," "Cabaret," "Enchanted April," "Rabbit Hole," "Becky’s New Car," "A Christmas Story", "The Glass Menagerie" and "It's A Wonderful Life." Additionally, she was seen in Island Shakespeare Festival’s production of Romeo and Juliet and "Shakespeare's Other Women."
Duff is also a writer, working as an arts journalist and sometime fiction writer. Her play "The Dimmed Heart" received an award at the Best of the Fest Playwrights event in Chicago, IL 1992.
Patricia is keen to work as a character actor in film and for any voice-acting projects. She has a home recording studio with a RODE N-1A mic and records on a PC.
Unique traits: Dialects; dancer; gymnast; writer.