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  • Patrick Bateman
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  • Patrick Bateman is the alias Dexter uses to buy animal tranquilizers. The name is a reference to the main character of "American Psycho". He deletes this name from the list when Masuka starts looking into it in Return to Sender (S1E6).
  • Patrick Bateman is the eponymous, villainous protagonist of Bret Easton Ellis' 1991 controversial novel American Psycho and its film and stage adaptions. He lives in 1980's Manhattan and works on Wall Street. The very image of a yuppie, he is obsessed with his health, cleanliness, appearance, money and music collection. He has a darker side, however, and feels compelled to commit murder, moonlighting as a serial killer. He is performed by Christian Bale in the film and by British actor Matt Smith in the West End musical adaption.
  • Patrick Bateman ‚Äčis a Character Horror Serial Killers Girls film 2000 is a American Psycho.
  • Patrick Bateman is a fictional character, the antihero and narrator of the novel American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis and its film adaptation.
  • When he is first introduced in Ellis' novel, young investment banker Patrick Bateman's "mask of sanity" is about to slip, according to his own admission. Bateman works as a specialist in mergers and acquisitions at the fictional Wall Streetinvestment firm of Pierce & Pierce (also Sherman McCoy's firm in The Bonfire of the Vanities) and lives at 55 West 81st Street, Upper West Side in the American Gardens Building (where he is a neighbor of actor Tom Cruise). In his "secret life", however, Bateman is a serial killer who murders a variety of people, from colleagues, to the homeless, toprostitutes. His crimes, including rape, torture, murder, necrophilia and cannibalism, are described in graphic detail in the novel.
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type of villain
  • Serial Killer
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Goals
  • Be a successful serial killer, Kill Paul Allen along with Christie and then to escape from justice
Origin
  • American Psycho
Skills
  • Intimidation
  • Evasion
  • High intellect
  • Gunmanship
  • Murder skills
  • Physical strength
  • Sophistication
  • Deep knowledge about economy and music
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Alias
  • Pat Bateman
Hobby
  • Having sex.
  • Killing innocent people
  • Filming his murders.
  • Cannibalizing his victims.
  • Exercising to maintain a fit body.
  • Listening to his favorite music.
  • Raping his victims.
Occupation
  • Serial killer
  • Investment banker
Fullname
  • Patrick Bateman
Size
  • 300
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  • Patrick Bateman is the alias Dexter uses to buy animal tranquilizers. The name is a reference to the main character of "American Psycho". He deletes this name from the list when Masuka starts looking into it in Return to Sender (S1E6).
  • Patrick Bateman is the eponymous, villainous protagonist of Bret Easton Ellis' 1991 controversial novel American Psycho and its film and stage adaptions. He lives in 1980's Manhattan and works on Wall Street. The very image of a yuppie, he is obsessed with his health, cleanliness, appearance, money and music collection. He has a darker side, however, and feels compelled to commit murder, moonlighting as a serial killer. He is performed by Christian Bale in the film and by British actor Matt Smith in the West End musical adaption.
  • Patrick Bateman ‚Äčis a Character Horror Serial Killers Girls film 2000 is a American Psycho.
  • Patrick Bateman is a fictional character, the antihero and narrator of the novel American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis and its film adaptation.
  • When he is first introduced in Ellis' novel, young investment banker Patrick Bateman's "mask of sanity" is about to slip, according to his own admission. Bateman works as a specialist in mergers and acquisitions at the fictional Wall Streetinvestment firm of Pierce & Pierce (also Sherman McCoy's firm in The Bonfire of the Vanities) and lives at 55 West 81st Street, Upper West Side in the American Gardens Building (where he is a neighbor of actor Tom Cruise). In his "secret life", however, Bateman is a serial killer who murders a variety of people, from colleagues, to the homeless, toprostitutes. His crimes, including rape, torture, murder, necrophilia and cannibalism, are described in graphic detail in the novel. Bateman comes from a wealthy family. His parents have a house on Long Island, and he mentions a summer house in Newport. His parents divorced sometime earlier, while his mother became sick and now resides at a sanatorium. His father, who first appeared in Ellis' preceding novel The Rules of Attraction, grew up on an estate in Connecticut, and now owns an apartment in the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan, although he was apparently dying in the previous novel and, unlike his ex-wife, is mentioned only in past tense during the novel. His younger brother Sean attends Camden College (and is a protagonist of The Rules of Attraction). Bateman attended Phillips Exeter Academy for prep school. He graduated from Harvard University in 1984, and Harvard Business School two years later and moved to New York City.
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