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  • Howard has put HHM back on a successful path following Chuck’s death, but righting some past wrongs proves more challenging than he imagines.

  • A veteran actor, Patrick Fabian has spent the bulk of his career in television, currently starring as ‘Howard Hamlin’ in AMC’s Emmy®-nominated and Peabody Award-winning drama Better Call Saul, whose fifth season is set to air in 2020. Fabian also recently starred on the highly-acclaimed Netflix comedy series Special, which aired earlier this year.

    Fabian’s past television roles include recurring roles on Grey’s Anatomy, The Newsroom, Big Love, Code Black, Desperate Housewives, Veronica Mars, Joan of Arcadia, 24, and Providence; and guest starring roles on The Conners, Scandal, Castle, Lucifer, Agents of Shield, Criminal Minds, Elementary, Longmire, NCIS, Hot in Cleveland, Burn Notice, Bones, Friends, Will & Grace, The Mentalist, Pushing Daisies, and all of the CSI franchise.

    On the film side, Fabian is currently producing the comedy film Jess Plus None with writer and director Mandy Fabian, and will star in the upcoming romance Send It! which will both be released in 2020. Fabian starred as ‘the Exorcist’ in the low-budget horror film The Last Exorcism, which grossed over $70 million worldwide and garnered him Best Actor at the Sitges International Film Festival in Catalonia in 2010. Other film roles include Jimmy, Bad Ass, Must Love Dogs, My Eleventh, Underdog Kids, and the upcoming indies Eat! Brains! Love! and Driver X.

    On Disney & ABC Family, Fabian has been a go-to bad guy, playing evil ‘Thantos’ in Disney Channel’s Twitches, and Twitches Too, and the reindeer hunting ‘Buck’ in the Christmas movies Snow and Snow 2: Brain Freeze as well as Dove Cameron’s Dad in Cloud 9. Stage-wise, Fabian has worked with some of the best playwrights and directors around: having toured America with John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation directed by Jerry Zaks; Eric Bogosian’s Humpty Dumpty directed by Jo Bonney at The McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton; and Nicky Silver’s The Food Chain directed by Robert Falls at the Westside Theatre in NYC.