Pat Cronin is Professor and Head of Theatre in the Department of Communication at East Tennessee State University.  And he is the Director of the Fine and Performing Arts Scholars Program in the Honors College at ETSU.  He has been a faculty member at ETSU since 2000.

 

As an Actor, Mr. Cronin’s Film and Television Credits Include:

 

TELEVISION

 

Seinfeld- Recurring NBC Larry David

 

Wonder Years (Guest Lead)- Emmy Nomination

 

L.A. Law- Pilot/Recurring

 

Star Trek: TGN – Guest Lead

 

Immediate Family – Pilot/Guest Lead Dreamworks/ABC

 

The Magnificent 7 – Guest Lead CBS 1999

 

Emergency 7 – Guest Lead W/B 1999 (Aaron Spelling)

 

Just Shoot Me – Guest Lead NBC 1999

 

Home Improvement – Recurring ABC 1997-99

 

The Pretender – Guest Lead NBC 1998

 

Family Matters – Recurring ABC/Miller/Boyet

 

Oldest Rookie – Pilot/Recurring CBS/Paul Sorvino

 

Knots Landing – Recurring CBS

 

Hill Street Blues – Recurring NBC

 

Diagnosis Murder – Guest Lead NBC

 

Mad About You – Guest Lead NBC

 

Party of Five – Guest Lead FOX

 

Cheers – Guest Lead NBC/J. Burrows

 

Film

 

Breast Men – HBO Features

 

Little Assassin – Showtime Features

 

Dr. Giggles – Universal

 

Curly Sue – Castle Rock/John Hughes

 

Rocky V – U.A./J.Badham

 

Sibling Rivalry – W.B./H.Ross

 

Splash – Touchstone/ Ron Howard

 

Rampage – W.B./7 Arts/W. Friedkin

 

THEATER (125 A.E.A. Prod.)

 

Merton of the Movies – J. Sloan Henshaw Ahmenson/R. Thomas

 

Man for All Seasons – Common Center Stage

 

Imaginary Invalid – M. Diafyrous Drama Guild/E. G. Marshall

 

2010 Director.  Tartuffe.  ETSU. To be adjudicated.

 

2009 Henry Drummond in Inherit the Wind by Lawrence and Lee.  ETSU.  Adjudicated.

 

2009-Present.  Associate Artistic Director.  Summer Professional Theater Company. ETSU.

 

2009-Present.  Film Boot Camp.  Intensive training session for making independent films.

 

2008-Present.  Actor, Director, and Creative Consultant.  Dramatic scenarios for professional training of medical interns.  In collaboration with ETSU Quillen College of Medicine and Dr. Marty Olsen.

 

2008-Present.  Actor, Director, and Creative Consultant.  Dramatic scenarios for professional training of doctoral students in rural health.  In collaboration with ETSU Department of Psychology and Dr. William Dalton, III.

 

2006.  Executive Producer.  For Colored Girls Who’ve Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf by Ntosake Shange.  ETSU.

 

2006 Lead.  Albert in Three the Hard Way by Linda Eisenstein. ETSU. Adjudicated.

 

2005. Lead.  Krapp’s Last Tape by Samuel Beckett. ETSU. Adjudicated.

 

2005. Director. Endgame by Samuel Beckett. ETSU. Adjudicated.

 

2005 Director. Forever Plaid by Stuart Ross. ETSU.

 

2005 Narrator/Performer. Johnson City Civic Chorale’s Holocaust Cantata, tribute to prison songs and stories. April 2005.

 

2004 Lead. Independent Feature Film. Mr. Farnsworth in Forever for Now. Shot on location in Denver.

 

2004. Re-release. Platinum Edition of Ron Howard’s Splash. Released April 2004. Touchstone.

 

2004. Director. Our Town by Thornton Wilder. ETSU. Ajudicated, Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.

 

2004 Director. The Crucible by Arthur Miller. ETSU. Adjudicated.

 

2003. Re-release. Special Edition, Rocky V Films. United Artists.

 

2003. Director. Lysistrata by Aristophanes. ETSU.

 

2003 Stage Director. Die Fliedermaus Opera by Johann Strauss. ETSU.

 

2003 Guest Star (no audition). Sabrina Teenage Witch. Warner Brothers, aired on ABC.

 

2003. Lead (international). Santa in “Red Letter Day” commercial. Distribution in the U.K. for Selfridges & Co.; Debenhaus; and Allders. VTR Productions, London.

 

2002 Director. You Can’t Take it With You by Moss Hart and George S. Kauffman. ETSU.

 

2001 Lead. Willie Lohman in Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. ETSU.

 

2001. Lead. Andy in Love Letters by A.R. Gurney. Johnson City Community Theatre.

 

2001. Director. Yanks 3, Detroit 0 by J. Reynolds. National Sports Literature Association.

 

2000. Director. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. ETSU.

 

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