Released May 31, 2012
The world is full of abundance, and I aim to experience as much of it as I can. I’ve discovered humor as a great way to not only spread laughter, but to take a break from hard work. I love having fun as often as possible, whether it’s watching a movie or just going out somewhere. It’s a blessing to have parents that support my career choice and good friends to help me along the way. I grew up taking care of my younger autistic sister and that’s played the biggest role in shaping the person I am proud of being today.
Patrick Manaloto was born and raised in Buena Park, CA to parents RoseMarie & Jose Manaloto and has a younger autistic sister named Erica. He enjoyed video games and cartoons as a child, which fueled a lot of his humor and imagination. At a young age, he’d fantasize about being a member of Saturday Night Live to get the joy making people laugh.
In his early college days, he was geared towards the Bio field in hopes to become a dentist. He then realized that life is too short to have, what he considers, a regular 9-5 job.
After finishing with a Film/Television Production A.A. and Certificate from Fullerton College, he went back for his Audio Engineering Certificate. Although he only had one semester left to finish, things changed when Patrick revisited childhood interests of being in front of the camera instead of behind it.
By the hands of fate, Patrick met Justin S. Lee of one of his favorite sitcoms, Arrested Development. That is when Justin helped get him into The Actors Room under the guidance of Personality Coach, Steven G. Lowe.
After working on the production of Steve’s web series, One Warm Night, Patrick still to this day, trains with The Actors Room in hopes of pursuing a successful acting career.