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Patton Oswalt height: 5 feet & 3.5 inches
Weight: Not disclosed
Age: 45 years (January 27, 1969)

45 years old Patton Oswalt is a well known American stand- up comic, actor, voice actor & writer famous for portraying Spencer Olchin in “The King of Queens”, a television sitcom & voicing a character Remy in “Ratatouille”. This talented persona has a squat height of 5 feet & 3.5 inches in a flabby out frame. However Patton carries an obese body, his exact weight is yet under cover.

27th January, 1969 born Patton Oswalt was raised in his birth place Portsmouth, Virginia, United States as a military brat. His father, Larry J. Oswalt served as a career officer for the United States marine Cops, while his mother, Carla Oswalt is simply a housewife. Later, Patton with his family resided in Ohio City & the City of Tustin, California prior to their settlement in Sterling, Virginia. In the year 1987, at age 18 he achieved his graduation certificate from the Broad Run High School, located at Ashburn, Virginia. Afterwards, Patton studied at the College of William and Mary & completed his bachelor’s degree majoring in English; there he was introduced to the Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity’s Alpha Theta Chapter. Patton is a father to his only child, a daughter named Alice Rigney Oawalt who was born on 15th April, 2009. She was born through his marriage relationship with his wife Michelle McNamara, with whom he had wedded on 14th September, 2004.

During the late 80s & early 90s, Patton Oswalt initially started performing slap stick comedy, by his self reckoning. Behind performing in his own HBO comedy special & appearing as a writer for the MADtv around 1996, this budding comic carried on to collect notable television as well as movies roles. Parron’s foremost starring movie role was voicing a lead character ‘Remy’ in “Ratatouille”, a 2007 Pixar’s animated film. He has as well starred in little roles in the films such as ‘Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa’ (2008) & ‘Magnolia’ (1999). Expanding his voice roles, this comic persona came out as a writing with “JLA: Welcome to the Working Week”, a comic story book, i.e. also a backup story for “Batman #600” & also a story used for “Masks: Too Hot for TV” & “Dwight T. Albatross’s The Goon Noir #01”. In the year 2009, he portrayed the leading character Paul Aufiero in “Big Fan”, a 2009 film as Robert D. Siegels’s directorial debut. His first journal “Zombie Spaceship Wasteland” was released in January of 2011. Starring in few television miniseries such as The Heart, She Holler (2011), he has too played other different roles in various sitcoms. As of 2013 September, Patton narrates “The Goldbergs”, a television series.

A short frame stand- up comic with his high pitched voice, Patton Oswalt, has now made his successful stand in the field of entertainment through his endowed comic performances. He is mostly known for playing nerdy characters in his observational comedy carrying literacy references together with excitingly verbose language. Patton describes himself as an atheist & has even passed on his atheism to different of his comedy sitcoms. In the year 2013, liberal persona linked up with the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) & protested besides chaining pet animals.