Born in the beaches area of Toronto in 1951, Patrick has been a resident of the city for most of his life. Studying atThe Ontario College Of Art and not paying much attention led to a colourful career-path. Before becoming the editorial cartoonist for the Toronto Star in 1992, Patrick was The Toronto Star's staff illustrator starting in 1983. Before that, he had been, variously, a taxi-driver, a proprietor of a health food store and a dishwasher on the CNR train to Winnipeg.

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A pathetic wine snob, Patrick also enjoys golf, hockey, curling and windsurfing.  He also enjoys resting up from all that activity. He miraculously survived his sentence as President of the Association of Canadian Editorial Cartoonists.

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Three-time nominee for the National Newspaper Award, Corrigan has actually won thousands of awards including the Society of Newspaper Design, The New York Art Directors Club, The Advertising Design Club of Canada, and The Toronto Art Directors Club. The other 984 were actually golfing and curling awards...

Patrick attended Williamson Road Public School, Glen Ames Senior Public School and Malvern Collegiate Institute. and now resides on the Danforth with his marvelous wife of twenty years, Sue-Ann Lewis.

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