Patrick Snell Biography
Patrick Snell is a prominent Journalist currently working as a sports anchor and correspondent at CNN. Snell joined CNN in July 2000 with nine years of experience as a sports and news reporter and anchor for Granada Television in Manchester and Radio City Liverpool in the UK.
Patrick Snell Age
Patrick Snell was born in the United States. He is around 45 years old as of 2023. However, His age is currently not available, research is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available.
Patrick Snell Height|Weight
Snell stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs.
Patrick Snell Family
Patrick was born and raised by his loving and caring parents in the United Kingdom. However, information regarding his family members is under review. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Patrick Snell Wife
He has managed to keep his marital status hidden, however, information regarding this matter at hand is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available.
Patrick Snell Salary
Patrick receives an annual salary of $67,221 per year. This is according to CNN News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Patrick Snell Net Worth
Snell has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $ 5 million.
Patrick Snell Career
A native of England and located at CNN’s world headquarters in Atlanta, Patrick covers the huge sporting news and events for CNN’s international and domestic programming. Snell took a flight to Minnesota to cover the Ryder Cup and the American team’s win of the prestigious title for the first time in eight years in September 2016.
Additionally, Snell reported on one of golf’s rising stars as 21-year-old Jordan Spieth received his second career Major, and emerged victorious to win the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay to add to his Master’s success earlier in the year.
He has reported on numerous major golf tournaments including the 2010 U.S. Open Championship in California, where Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell became the first European to win the event in 40 years; the 2010 PGA Championship in Wisconsin; 2005, ’06, ’08, ’09 and ’12 Masters Tournaments in Augusta, Georgia; the 2002 and ’08 Ryder Cups; and the 2002 and ’06 British Opens.
Throughout his career, Patrick has covered a number of major sporting events for CNN including the 2010 ICC T20 World Cup in the West Indies; the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany; the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Japan; the 2001 French Open at Roland Garros; and the 2000 European Football Championships in Belgium and the Netherlands.