Patrick Reusse Biography
Patrick Reusse is a preeminent American sportswriter and radio personality currently serving as a staff writer for the Star Tribune of Minneapolis, where his columns appear on every Thursday and Sunday.
He previously served as a radio host at KSTP-AM 1500, where he has hosted over 10 shows such as Reusse & Company. Furthermore, Patrick currently co-hosts Reusse and Judd Unchained along with Judd Zulgad.
Patrick Reusse Age
Patrick Reusse was born in Fulda, Minnesota, in the United States of America. He seems to be 64 years old, although details regarding his exact age and when he celebrates his birthday remain unavailable.
Patrick Russe Height
Patrick stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (approx. 1.7 m).
Patrick Reusse Family
Patrick was born and brought up under the love, support, and care of his devoted and hardworking parents in Fulda, Minnesota, in the United States of America. However, details regarding his parents’ identities are under review and shall be updated soon. Patrick is the only child of his parents.
Patrick Reusse Wife
Despite his publicity, Patrick has kept matters of his heart away from the media hence it’s not known whether he is single, married, or divorced. Nevertheless, we shall update you on the information as soon as we obtain the information from steadfast sources.
Patrick Russe Salary
He bags a remarkable salary of $99,670 per year. This is according to Star Tribune staff writers’ salaries.
Patrick Reusse Net Worth
Patrick Reusse has accumulated a decent amount of fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Patrick Reusse Career
He is currently serving as a staff writer for the Star Tribune of Minneapolis, where his columns appear on every Thursday and Sunday. He previously served as a radio host at KSTP-AM 1500, where he has hosted over 10 shows such as Sports Talk alongside Joe Soucheray, The Ride with Reusse during the weekends from 2014 to September 7, 2018, Reusse & Mackey 2010-2014, and Reusse & Company from 2009-2010.
Patrick hosted Saturday Sports Talk alongside Judd Zulgad from 2011 to 2018. Moreover, he has appeared as a sports commentator for several stations such as KFAM-AM, St. Paul Pioneer Press, and St. Cloud Times. In 2019, he was selected for the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame along with RJ Fritz, Chuck Williams, and Dennis Anderson.