Patrick Hussion Biography
Patrick Hussion is a famous American anchor and reporter presently working at WYFF News 4 as a weekday morning anchor. He came back to the channel in April of 2021. Before rejoining the WYFF, he worked for the AONN channel as an anchor.
Patrick joined the channel for the first time in April of 2013. He later left AONN and joined WYFF for the first time. Later on, Patrick rejoined AONN in June of 2017. As of now, he serves at WYFF, the NBC affiliate since April 2021.
Patrick Hussion Age
Patrick Hussion was born in 1977 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. He is 45 years old.
Patrick Hussion Height
Patrick is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (Approx 1.8m).
Patrick Hussion Family
Patrick Hussion was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States of America to his hardworking father Chuck Hussion, and his supportive mother Kathy Hussion. His dad is a former newscaster. Patrick was brought up alongside his two lovely brothers namely C.T. Hussion and Andy Hussion.
Patrick Hussion Education
He attended Gainesville High School and graduated with a High school diploma. Later on, he joined Piedmont College, Georgia where he attained his Bachelor of Arts degree in History. While there, Patrick was an active member of the baseball team.
Patrick Hussion Wife
He was first married to his now ex-wife named Anna. The duo was still married in the year 2015 when Patrick moved to WYFF News 4 in South Carolina but they separated later on. As of now, Patrick is hitched to his beloved wife called Dr. Nevin Ramona. Patrick and Nevin exchanged their wedding vows in July 2020 on the beautiful Big Sur, California coast.
Patrick Hussion Salary
He receives a decent salary of $68,564 per year. This is according to WYFF News 4 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Patrick Hussion Net Worth
Patrick Hussion has stockpiled a decent fortune from his career as a journalist and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Patrick Hussion Career
Patrick rejoined WYFF News 4 family in April of 2021. Prior to that, he served for a duration of three years at a national news network based in San Diego. As a reporter and an anchor, he majors in bringing his viewers the headlines that affect folks from Carolinas and Georgia as well as the latest political headlines out of South Carolina.
He debuted his journalism career in 2012. Patrick shortly became a lead anchor and was then promoted to the prime-time evening role. He used his news sense and skills to make himself a leader in the newsroom. Patrick is a lifelong follower of the Falcons and also the Atlanta Braves. He can also be spotted awake at 4 a.m. watching a Formula 1 race happening halfway all over the world.