Patrick Fazio Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, NBC 5
Patrick Fazio Biography
Patrick Fazio is a well-known American journalist presently serving as a weekday news reporter and anchor at NBC Chicago based in Chicago, Illinois since July 2017. Initially, he served in Kansas City’s NBC station where he worked as an Investigative Reporter and Weekday Morning News Anchor. Furthermore, he also reported and anchored for stations in Springfield, Illinois, Idaho Falls, Idaho, and also Terre Haute, Indiana.
Patrick Fazio Age
Patrick Fazio was born on January 17, 1978, in California, in the United States of America. He is 44 years.
Patrick Fazio Height
Patrick is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.7 m).
Patrick Fazio Family
Patrick Fazio was born and raised by his caring and devoted dad and mom in California. However, Patrick has not disclosed any information with regard to his parents or whether he has siblings.
Patrick Fazio Wife
He is happily married to his charming wife called Lindsay. The pair share two stunning children. Patrick and his adorable family live in Chicago, together with their cat, and dog.
Patrick Fazio Education
He enrolled at Indiana State University where he graduated with a master’s degree from Indiana State Campus.
Patrick Fazio Salary
He receives a satisfactory $71,846 per year. This is according to NBC Chicago anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Patrick Fazio Net Worth
Patrick Fazio has piled a hefty fortune over the years he has served and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Patrick Fazio Career
He is currently working serving as a weekday news reporter and anchor at NBC Chicago based in Chicago, Illinois since July 2017. There, he anchors the 11 am news every weekday and reports during the evening newscasts. He went back to Chicago in 2017 after living in the south suburbs and graduating from Valparaiso Campus.
He went to NBC 5 after serving in Kansas City’s NBC station, where he worked as an Investigative Reporter and Weekday Morning News Anchor. Furthermore, he also reported and anchored for stations in Springfield, Illinois, Idaho Falls, Idaho, and also Terre Haute, Indiana.
Patrick’s coverage acquired two national Wilbur Awards for best local TV reports on religion and the national Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Television Journalism from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Furthermore, he has also won ten Edward R. Murrow Awards, seven Emmy Awards, the First Amendment Award from Indiana’s Society of Professional Journalists, and Best Investigative Reporting from the Missouri Broadcasters Association.
Aside from reporting internationally from Poland and Israel, his career highlights comprise interviewing Hillary Clinton, Mike Pence, Barack Obama, and members of Congress, military generals, U.S. Senators, and governors.