Patrícia Kovács was born in Budapest. She graduated the University of Theatre and Film Budapest in 2003, in the class of Gábor Máté. Then she became a member of the Gárdonyi Géza Theatre Eger until 2007, since 2009 she is a member of Vígszínház. She worked as a freelance artist between 2011 and 2017, then she joined the company of Orlai Production. Since 2021 she is again a member of Vígszínház.
She played in contemporary and classic plays, in performances of state theatres and independent theatre groups, and she is also known and recognized as a film actor. She portrayed among others chracters like Vaszilisza in The Lower Depths, Mira in Lost Paradise, title role of Györgyike, you sweet child, Natalja Ivanovna in Three Sisters, or Kornél in The Fiancé.
She got her first movie role in the film Raszputyin in 1996, which was followed by roles in Csocsó, avagy éljen május elseje, Jadviga párnája, Szerelemtől sújtva, Szép napok, Nejem, nőm, csajom, or Félvilág. The audience could meet her also in the TV series Korhatáros szerelem and Mintaapák. She is a voice actor too.