Patrick and Catherine Warburton to Serve as Co-Chairs of Thousand Oaks Arts Festival

(The following is taken from a press release)

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Catherine and Patrick Warburton, 2014 Thousand Oaks Arts Festival Honory Co-Chairs.

Actor Patrick Warburton and his wife, Catherine, a visual artist, will serve as the Honorary Chairs of the 2014 Thousand Oaks Arts Festival on Saturday and Sunday, September 20 and 21.

Warburton is well-known for his role as Elaine’s boyfriend David Puddy on the 90’s hit television series Seinfield and his starring role as Jeff Bingham in Rules of Engagement from 2007-2013. With his distinctive deep voice, Warburton became an in-demand voice over actor working on a variety of projects including TV series like The Venture Brothers and Family Guy, as well as movies such as The Wild, Bee Movie, Mr. Peabody and Sherman, and the just released Planes, Fire and Rescue. His movie roles include Men in Black II, Get Smart, and Ted. He is also featured in the “preboarding” film shown to guests at Soarin’ Over California in California Adventure Theme Park and at Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.

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Cover of Casa Pacifica’s Wine and Food Festival by Catherine Warburton©

Catherine is an artist who enjoys painting murals at schools as well as various medical centers including St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN. Her artwork recently graced the cover of Casa Pacifica’s Wine and Food Festival’s printed program. She has participated in a number of art exhibitions including Visions of the Past and Present: CSUCI Alumni Painters in 2013 and the Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research (SCCUR) at Pepperdine University in 2010. 

The Warburtons live locally and are involved in a number of charities including Senior Concerns, Boys and Girls Clubs, Thousand Oaks Police Charitable Foundation as well as St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. The couple has four children: Talon, Alexandra, Shane and Gabriel.

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