Padraic Terrence Duffy Career, Personal Life, & More

Padraic Terrence Duffy is an actor and writer who has appeared in many films and television shows. He was welcomed into this world by Patrick Duffy and his ex-wife Carlyn Rosser on December 21, 1966. Both of Padraic’s parents are actors. Even his brother Conor is in Hollywood.

Personal Life of Padraic Terrence Duffy

Duffy was born in Ireland and raised in New York City. He has a bachelor’s degree in acting from the University of Southern California. Duffy has appeared in numerous television shows and films. He has also written for television and film.

Duffy began his career as a child actor, appearing in commercials and small roles in television shows. He made his film debut in the independent film “The Last Time I Committed Suicide.” He has also appeared in the films “The Black Dahlia” and “Brick.”

Career of Padraic Terrence Duffy

Duffy began his career in the Irish film industry, appearing in such films as “The Commitments” (1991), “The Field” (1992), and “In the Name of the Father” (1993). He has also appeared in American films, such as “The Pelican Brief” (1993), “The Thomas Crown Affair” (1999), and “Catch Me If You Can” (2002).

Duffy has also appeared in several television shows, including “The Sopranos” (1999-2000), “Sex and the City” (2000), and “Entourage” (2004-2011). Duffy also had a recurring role as Louis Greene in the Showtime series “Dexter.” He has also guest-starred in episodes of “CSI: Miami,” “ER,” and “The O.C.”

In addition to his acting career, Duffy is also a writer and has authored “The Irishman: A Novel” and “In the Name of the Father: A Memoir”. He has also written for the stage, and his play “The Field” was produced in Dublin in 2006.


The 2006 AMC drama “Breaking Bad” became a critical and commercial success, and Duffy’s performance as Walter White Jr. earned him a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor.

All about Patrick Duffy

Patrick Duffy is an actor, director, and producer best known for his role on the CBS primetime soap opera “Dallas,” where he played Bobby Ewing from 1978 to 1991. He later reprised his role from the original series in a continuation of the show from 2012 to 2014.

Duffy attended the University of Montana, where he studied acting and directing. He later moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in show business. Early in his career, Duffy appeared in guest roles on shows such as “The Waltons,” “The Love Boat,” and “Fantasy Island.”

In the years after Dallas, Duffy appeared in several made-for-TV movies and guest-starred on TV shows such as “Mad About You,” “Will & Grace,” and “Touched by an Angel.” He also starred in the short-lived series “Step by Step” from 1991 to 1998.

In 2012, Duffy returned to “Dallas” for a continuation of the original series. The new show aired for two seasons on TNT before being canceled in 2014. Duffy has been married to Carlyn Rosser since 1974. The couple has two children: Padraic and Conor.


Padraic Terrence Duffy walked down the aisle with Emily Kosloski on May 16, 2009. Duffy currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children. Duffy is also active in charitable causes, such as the American Cancer Society and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.