In a career that has spanned more than fifty films and a vast number of television appearances, Patrick Kilpatrick has played quite a range of characters but has become best known for his villains. Prior to his career as an actor he worked as a journalist and screenwriter, and he has published the first volume of an autobiography, Dying For A Living. In our wide-ranging interview we discussed his memories of director Nicolas Roeg, his experiences working alongside some of the industry’s biggest stars, the thrill of doing stunt work and much, much more. I began by asking about the film he’s shooting at the moment, mystery thriller Catalyst, in which he plays one of seven strangers who wake up trapped in a warehouse with no idea how they came to be there.
“It’s a very interesting project,” he says. “Chris Folkens, who’s the director,