Playing a figure who could fool Harvard-educated lawyers in spite of not having a formal legal degree was Patrick J. Adams' claim to fame.
He played Mike Ross in the popular legal drama "Suits," a quick-witted college dropout who,
because of his keen intellect and photographic memory, wound up working for one of the best law firms in New York City.
Viewers followed his progress from being a university expellee who stole LSATs for others to becoming a reputable law associate over the course of seven seasons.
However, he decided to depart the show in 2018.At the end of the seventh season of the program, Adams made an announcement about his departure,
which coincided with Meghan Markle's departure from "Suits" as she prepared to wed Prince Harry.
"Mike Ross has taught me a lot about commitment, hard work, and the power of believing in yourself,
and I feel blessed that now we both get to walk out into the lives that we never dreamed we would actually be lucky enough to live,"