Patrick Devaney is an actor, filmmaker, and editor known primarily for creating "Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead", the world's first Zombie-based broadcast television program. Born and raised in New York City, he founded Devarez Films in 2008 and has worked in league with Mass Grave Pictures since 2009. Devarez Films has since gone on to produce music videos for acts like The X-Possibles, and corporate industrial videos.
Patrick started his performance career as a musician on the 1980's underground club circuit, performing in such legendary venues as CBGB. After scoring the off-Broadway play "Shadow Trilogy" in 1995, he left the music business and turned his talents to painting, sculpture, and writing. In 2005, he began work on what was to become the Zombie Hunters program (currently shown on over seventy stations in across twenty States). To date, he has appeared as an actor in over fifteen films (including "Sheriff Tom vs The Zombies", "Blood Slaughter Massacre", "Deer Crossing", "Apocalypse Kiss", "Day 9", "The Attack of the Brain People", and "The Gilgo Beach Murders"), has written dozens of screenplays, and most recently completed production on "Aemorraghe", a short film based on the story/comic from Heavy Metal Magazine by the artist known as Caza.