Patrick Brammall is an award-winning Australian actor/writer who stars in and executive produces "No Activity" for CBS All Access from Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Gary Sanchez at Funny or Die. Brammall developed "No Activity" for Jungle Entertainment in Australia and later adapted it for CBS. Previously, he starred in the CBS pilot "Furst Born" and additionally developed his own pilot "Control Freaks" through CBS/CBS Television studios in which to also star. Prior to that, he starred in the NBC/20th Century Fox pilot "Strange Calls." He was also the breakout star of the hit Australian series "The Moodys," for which he won the AACTA for Best Performance in a Television Comedy (and has since been nominated again as well receiving a dramatic nomination for "The Little Death"). Additionally, Brammall has been nominated for the AACTA for Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film for his performance in the film "Ruben Guthrie," which opened the Sydney Film Festival. He also starred in the ABC Australia series "Glitch."
Previously, he starred in the hit Australian series "Offspring" and in the miniseries "Power Games," in which he starred as a young Rupert Murdoch. Additionally, Brammall has several notable Australian theater credits including starring opposite Colin Friels in Belvoir's "Death of a Salesman" (which won him the Sydney Theatre Area Award for Best Supporting Actor and also got him a Helpmann nomination); playing opposite Geoffrey Rush in MTC's "The Importance of Being Earnest"; opposite Miranda Otto in STC's "The White Guard"; and MTC's "Clybourne Park," which garnered him a Helpmann Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.