Patrick Tobias | Script Revolution
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Patrick Tobias
Chicago, United States

PATRICK TOBIAS always wanted to be involved in the entertainment business, having studied Film/TV in College he was eager to get his foot in the door.

Pat currently serves as Executive Producer of "THE MATTHEW AARON SHOW, an award-nominated Entertainment & Comedy Podcast based in Chicago which is hosted by his producing partner, Comedian/Writer/Director Matthew Aaron. The show features in-depth and revealing interviews with some of Hollywood's top talent, both in front of and behind the camera. Pat also books all the guests who appear on the show. He played a key role in the building of a Worldwide audience and maintains a strong relationship with many talent Agents, Managers, Publicists, Studios & PR firms.

In 2013 Pat expanded his duties as Producer on the unscripted, multi-camera TV talk show pilot DINE AND DASH which was created and hosted by Matthew Aaron and featured Writer/Director Joe Carnahan (The Grey, The A-Team, Smokin' Aces,) Rapper/Actor Common (Wanted, American Gangster,) Actress Kate Walsh (Private Practice, Grey's Anatomy,) Actress Lucy Lawless(Spartacus, Parks & Rec, Xena: Warrior Princess) & Actor Dermot Mulroney (The Grey, About Schmidt, My Best Friends Wedding.) Pat booked all the guests for the pilot as well.

Dine and Dash is Executive Produced by Matthew Aaron along with Writer/Director Joe Carnahan.

In 2014 he co-produced the Indie feature "BROMANCE," an observational comedy about modern dating and sexuality. The film was written, directed and starred Matthew Aaron.

In 2015 he co-produced the award-winning Indie feature "THE WAY WE TALK," a comedy about a group of friends who gather at a Lake House for a "conscious uncoupling" party. The film was written & directed by Matthew Aaron.

In 2016 he produced and casted the feature "LANDLINE," a comedy which takes place in Chicago and follows a PR agent who, under the stress of work, a marriage, and social media, gives up his cell phone and disconnects and once doing so, discovers the wacky implications of going off the grid. "Landline" is the first sports-related film to feature LGBT leads working in association with Major League Baseball and the WORLD SERIES WINNING Chicago Cubs.

The film was written & directed by Matthew Aaron and stars Tom Arnold (True Lies, Nine Months, Roseanne,) Jim O'Heir (the lovable Jerry Gergich on Parks and Recreation,) Nick Searcy (Justified, Cast Away, Fried Green Tomatoes,) James DuMont (Trumbo, Dallas Buyers Club, Treme,) Louis Lombardi (24, The Sopranos, The Usual Suspects,) Betsy Brandt (Life in Pieces, Breaking Bad,) and Cubs Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg.

Patrick currently resides in Suburban Chicago.