Will Patton has recorded over forty-five audio books, including twenty titles by James Lee Burke, the 50th anniversary release of Jack Kerouac's On the Road , Al Gore's The Assault on Reason . He is a recipient of the Best Male Narrator Audie Award.
Will Patton has also worked extensively in the theater and in film. Most recently, he was directed by Michael Winterbottom in the film "A Mighty Heart" starring Angelina Jolie, which filmed entirely on location in India. Other notable films include "The Punisher", "The Mothman Prophecies", "Remember the Titans", "Armageddon", "Gone In 60 Seconds", and "Desperately Seeking Susan." Will has starred in several independent films that have enjoyed success at the major film festivals, including "The Spitfire Grill", which won the Audience Award at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival, and in 1998 he won the award for Best Actor at the Newport International Film Festival for his work in "OK Garage...Show More »
" For two seasons, Will starred in the highly acclaimed television series, "The Agency" on CBS, and he was also seen in Steven Spielberg's "Into The West" on TNT. Among his many theater roles, was the lead in Sam Shepherd's "A Lie of The Mind", and his performances in Richard Foreman's "What Did He See", and Mr. Shepherd's "Fool For Love" both earned him the Obie Award as Best Actor.
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Through his narration, you know Patton has a true perceptive of Faulkner, and with that understanding, he delivers an authentic feel for the South and a solid performance.
Dennis Johnson is one of the most promising writers of modern American literature. Patton delivers a dark and evocative performance in this unique work of fiction.
New Orleans homicide detective Dave Robicheaux gets a slow and focused voicing in this novel by James Lee Burke.
Patton lends his voice to this visionary analysis of how the politics of fear, secrecy, cronyism, and blind faith have combined with the degradation of the public sphere to create an environment dangerously hostile to reason.The narration of this important critique of the modern American political system is both passionate and genuine.
Jack Kerouac spins a tale of many intense and magical journeys through 1950s America. Patton adds color and depth to this truly classic tale of road adventure.