Patrick Fazio Biography

Patrick Fazio is a well-known American journalist who has been a weekday news anchor and reporter for NBC Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, since July 2017. He previously worked as a weekday morning news anchor and investigative reporter for Kansas City’s NBC station. Prior he worked as an anchor and reporter for stations in Terre Haute, Indiana, Springfield, Illinois, and Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Patrick Fazio Age

On January 17, Patrick Fazio was born in California, US. Will shortly update his exact birth year.

Patrick Fazio Height

Patrick stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.

Patrick Fazio Family

In California, he was born and raised by his loving and loyal father and mother. He is an American citizen. He has not yet disclosed any information about his parents and/or siblings.

Patrick Fazio Wife

Patrick is married to Lindsay, a wonderful woman. They have two children. Patrick and his family live in Chicago with their dog and cat. To move close to her job, the couple paid $930,000 for a four-bedroom, 4,125-square-foot antique house in Wilmette.

Patrick Fazio Education

Patrick attended Indiana State University after finishing primary and secondary school. Afterwards, he graduated from Indiana State University with a master’s degree.

Patrick Fazio Salary

Patrick receives an annual salary of $71,846.

Patrick Fazio Net Worth

Patrick’s approximate net worth is $1 million.

Patrick Fazio Career

Patrick is an Emmy winner and a nationally recognized journalist who anchors the 11 a.m. news every weekday and contributes to the evening newscasts. Patrick returned to Chicago in 2017 after spending time in the south suburbs and graduating from Valparaiso Campus.

He joined NBC 5 after working at Kansas City’s NBC station as a Weekday Morning News Anchor and Investigative Reporter. He has previously worked as an anchor and reporter for stations in Terre Haute, Indiana, Springfield, Illinois, and Idaho Falls, Idaho.

His research has resulted in new laws and even the release of a wrongfully imprisoned man. His work earned him the Society of Professional Journalists’ national Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Television Journalism, as well as two national Wilbur Awards for best local TV religious reports.

He has also received seven Emmy Awards, ten Edward R. Murrow Awards, the Missouri Broadcasters Association’s Outstanding Investigative Reporting Award, and the Indiana Society of Professional Journalists’ First Amendment Award.

His career highlights include interviews with Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Mike Pence, and U.S. Senators, members of Congress, governors, and military generals, in addition to overseas reporting from Israel and Poland. He began his radio career at Valparaiso Campus, where he was a wide receiver on the Division I-AA football team and didn’t drop the two passes thrown to him during a home game at Soldier Field.