Patti Ann Browne Biography
Patti Ann Browne is an eminent American news anchor and reporter best known for her work with Fox News Channel from 2000 to 2018. Previously she served as an editor of Alternative Motifs, Fordham’s literary magazine.
While at Fordham, she was an intern for Joan Lunden’s syndicated weekly television show on parenting called “Mother’s Day” (later “Every Day”) and also worked for Newsweek magazine part-time spent four years. Moreover, she co-hosted a famous Irish music program on WFUV-FM (90.7FM), Fordham’s far-reaching radio station. She also served as a News Director and news anchor of that 50,000-watt station.
Patti Ann Browne Age
Patti Ann Browne was born on September 10, 1965, in Bayside, Queens, New York, United States of America. She is 58 years old.
Patti Ann Browne Education
After completing her high school education, Patti enrolled at Fordham University, in New York City where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications.
Patti Ann Browne Family
Patti was born to her caring father and supportive mother in Bayside, Queens, New York, in the United States. Nonetheless, she has not disclosed any details regarding her committed parents or if she has siblings.
Patti Ann Browne Height
Patti stands at a height of 5 feet 2 inches tall.
Patti Ann Browne Husband
She is happily married to her caring husband Mike Browne. The duo tied the knot in 2004 and they are blessed with a nice-looking son.
Patti Ann Browne’s Net Worth
Throughout her career, Patti has managed to accumulate a decent fortune and has an estimated net worth of around $3 million.
Patti Ann Browne Career
She is a news anchor and reporter who is best known for her work with Fox News Channel from 2000 to 2018. Previously she served as an editor of Alternative Motifs, Fordham’s literary magazine. She was recognized for her spontaneous reporting on the crash of TWA Flight 800 and for her on-the-spot reporting from the scene of Colin Ferguson’s shooting on the Long Island Rail Road.
She broadcasted live from Manhattan to chronicle the inquiry after the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Moreover, Patti reported from Washington, D.C., on federal matters affecting Long Island. Browne also reported on the UN during global crises and state politics from Albany, New York. She also hosted various morning shows on WBAB, a popular FM rock radio station on Long Island.
She also anchored two hours of Weekend Morning Line on MSNBC. Throughout her time at MSNBC, Patti unscripted breaking news and reported on live interviews. Moreover, she filled in as the regular news anchor on CNBC. She started working for Fox News Channel in August 2000, where she filled in as an anchor for several programs and hosted the headline update for a number of others.