He appeared in numerous productions, including Rasputin and Miss Julie.
In the winter of 1985–86 he was selected by the Texas Rangers of the American League in the Rule 5 draft and placed on their Major League Roster.
In 1981 Patterson won 13 consecutive games as a starting pitcher between class A Durham and class AA Savannah to set a Braves record for most consecutive wins to start a season.
He was selected Braves Minor League Pitcher of the month 2 times and New York Yankees Pitcher of the Month once, and Pitcher of the Week 3 times.
Scott Gordon-Patterson (born September 11, 1958) is an American actor.
He is known for his role as Luke Danes in Gilmore Girls and Agent Strahm in Saw IV, Saw V and Saw VI.
He also starred as Michael Buchanan in the NBC drama series The Event.
Patterson was born September 11, 1958, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Hope Gordon, a homemaker, an actress in the Haddonfield Plays and Players Theatre Troupe and journalist, and Francis Ford Patterson IV, an advertising executive. Patterson was raised in Haddonfield, New Jersey and attended Haddonfield Memorial High School.
He attended Rutgers University, pursuing a degree in Comparative Literature.
He studied acting in New York with renowned coaches Robert Lewis and Sondra Lee.
He was exposed to the teachings of such luminaries as Paul Newman, Arthur Penn, and Frank Corsaro at The Actors Studio.
At The Actor's Studio, he also participated in the Producer's Unit chaired by Arthur Penn.