Patrick Sabongui was born on January 9, 1975. He’s a Canadian actor, stuntman, theatre performer, and drama instructor. In the CW television series The Flash, he played the character David Singh.
Patrick Sabongui Career
Patrick Sabongui earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in drama for human development while attending Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. After that, he enrolled at the University of California, Irvine, where he graduated in 2005 with a Master of Fine Arts in acting.
Wadid Sabongui, father (Psychologist)
Leila (Rizkalla), mother (Teacher of French, Librarian)
Marie-Marguerite Sabongui’s siblings (Sister)
Patrick Sabongui Personal Life
Has dated Patrick Sabongui Kyra Zagorsky (since 2002) – He wed American actress Kyra Zagorsky on August 5, 2002, and the couple has two children: Ashé Sabongui, a daughter, and Bodhi Sabongui, a son.
Sabongui, raised in an Egyptian household, graduated from Concordia University with a BFA in drama for human development. He graduated from the University of California, Irvine, in 2005 with a Master of Fine Arts in acting.
With his wife Kyra Zagorsky, whom he married on August 5, 2002, and their two daughters, Sabongui divides his time between Los Angeles and Vancouver. Read more about his bio.
Patrick Sabongui Facts
- He/him pronouns are used by Patrick.
- He spoke Arabic, French, and English as a child.
- Patrick Sabongui provided voiceovers for the video game Dead Rising 2 in 2010.
- In the superhero drama television series The Flash, he debuted in 2014 as David Singh.
- In the 2017 superhero movie Power Rangers, the third in the Power Rangers film series, he portrayed Mr. Kwan, Trini’s father, in a supporting role.
- Sadie Stanley, Sean Giambrone, and Ciara Riley Wilson star in the 2019 made-for-TV action comedy Kim Possible, in which Patrick Sabongui is cast as Dr. Glopman, a scientist captured by Professor Dementor.
- In the Netflix drama series Firefly Lane in 2021, Patrick Sabongui played the recurrent part of Chad Wiley, Tully’s college professor love interest from the 1980s.
- In the 2022 romance drama Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between, he played Steve. Jordan Fisher, Talia Ryder, Ayo Edebiri, and Nico Hiraga star in the movie based on Jennifer E. Smith’s book of the same name.