Patch Darragh net worth

Patch Darragh‘s source of wealth comes from being a tv actor. How much money is Patch Darragh worth at the age of 44 and what’s his real net worth now?

As of 2021, Patch Darragh’s net worth is $100,000 - $1M.


Patch Darragh (born June 21, 1977) is famous for being tv actor. He currently resides in United States. Well known to Netflix viewers as Ken Messner in Everything Sucks!, he is an actor of both the stage and screen also known for his portrayal of Russel Armstrong in Hulu’s The Path. Additionally, he played Dave Milgrom in Longmire.

Source of Money
TV Actor
Real Name
Patch Darragh
Place of Birth
United States
Date of Birth
June 21, 1977 (age 44)
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Patch Darragh is a Gemini and was born in The Year of the Serpent


Patch Darragh was born in United States on Tuesday, June 21, 1977 (Generation X). He is 44 years old and is a Gemini. Film credits of his include Let’s Be Cops, The Visit, Sully and The First Purge. He has performed off-Broadway in When We Were Young and Unafraid, The Glass Menagerie and Crimes of the Heart. He had a small role in Broadway’s Our Town.

He studied at The Juilliard School. The education details are not available at this time. Please check back soon for updates. Patch Darragh is a member of Richest Celebrities and TV Actors.

Patch is turning 45 years old in

He plays the television father of Peyton Kennedy’s character in Everything Sucks! Patch is a Gemini. Gemini is excellent at guiding change and transformation. Gemini is governed by Mercury, the messenger planet of communication. Gemini is all about output, so these twins love to chat and often speak with their hands. Gemini moves too fast to care about embarrassing missteps: They simply move on.

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