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About Patrick Coyle

Patrick Coyle, author of The Comeback, is a writer, director, actor and President of Ten Ten Films.

Coyle can be seen and heard coast to coast in radio and television commercials, most recently as the face of the "Vote No" campaign in Minnesota. He was also the narrator for the award- winning documentary, "Rock County," part of Ken Burns PBS series 'The War'. Patrick is also a two-time Minneapolis Star Tribune Artist of the Year Finalist.

Currently in development; 'The Public Domain', is set against the backdrop of the 2007 I-35W Mississippi River bridge collapse; the film is slated to begin production in spring 2014.

Coyle's film work is deeply influenced by his decade of social work. He has worked in Hospice Care, as a Counselor for Chronically Mentally Ill Adults, and with HIV/AIDS clients via Open Arms of Minnesota.

Patrick studied English Literature and Creative Writing at The University of Nebraska/Omaha and graduated with a BA in 1982. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife and their two daughters.