Patrick Hussion Bio, Wiki, Age, Nationality, Height, Net Worth, Married, Twitter

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Patrick Hussion Biography | Wikipedia

Patrick Hussion is a well-known American journalist, news anchor, and reporter. He is the morning anchor for WYFF News 4 Today. After three years at a national news network based in San Diego, he returned to the WRFF News 4 team in April 2021.

He has focused on bringing viewers the latest political headlines out of South Carolina, as well as headlines that affect folks from both Carolinas and Georgia. He began his journalism career in the news in 2012.

He hit the ground running and quickly worked his way into a lead anchor position, Later being promoted to the prime-time evening spot. He was able to use skills and news sense to become a leader in the newsroom.

In addition, he is also a lifelong follower of the Atlanta Braves and Falcons and can also be found awake at 4 a.m. watching Formula 1 race happening halfway across the world.

Patrick Hussion Age | Birthday

How old is Patrick Hussion? Hussion was born to his parents in 1977 in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States of America. However, he has not shared the exact date and month he was born. He is 45 years as of 2022.

Patrick Hussion Nationality | Ethnicity

Patrick holds American nationality and citizenship. He is of white ethnicity and heritage. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States of America.

Patrick Hussion Education

Patrick was in Gainesville High School. He then moved to Piedmont College, Georgia for his Bachelor of Arts degree in History. He was also a member of the baseball team in college.

Patrick Hussion Family | Parents

Patrick was born to his father Chuck Hussion, and his mother Kathy Hussion in Atlanta, Georgia. His father is a former newscaster. Patrick grew up alongside his two brothers, C.T. Hussion and Andy Hussion. More details regarding his family are currently under review. You will be updated once is clear from our reliable source. Keep the tab open.

Patrick Hussion Marriage | Wife

Patrick was once married to his now ex-wife, Anna. The two were still married in 2015 when he joined WYFF News 4 in South Carolina. Later on, they divorced. He is now happily married to his lovely wife, Dr. Nevine Ramona. The couple married in July 2020.

The ceremony was held on the beautiful Big Sur, California coast. They spend much of their free time in the mountains hiking, exploring all that downtown Greenville has to offer, or even going for long walks along the river. They live in La Jolla, California.

Patrick Hussion Body Measurement | Height | Weight

How tall is Patrick Hussion? Patrick is a man of above-average stature. He stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches approximatly 1.8 meters. Drawing from his pictures, he also manages to maintain an average body weight.

More details regarding his other body measurements and his exact body weight are currently under review. We will keep you posted once information is clear from our reliable source.

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Hussion Net Worth

Patrick is a hardworking journalist who has managed to accumulate a decent fortune throughout his career. He has an estimated net worth of around $798,556.

Hussion Salary

Patrick is serving as a morning anchor for WYFF News 4 Today. He manages to take home a good amount of money every month. He earns an estimated salary of around $68,564.

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Patrick Hussion WYFF | Anchor

Where is Patrick Hussion now? Patrick is the morning anchor for WYFF News 4 Today. After three years at a national news network based in San Diego, he returned to the WRFF News 4 team in April 2021.

He has focused on bringing viewers the latest political headlines out of South Carolina, as well as headlines that affect folks from both Carolinas and Georgia. He began his journalism career in the news in 2012.

He hit the ground running and quickly worked his way into a lead anchor position, Later being promoted to the prime-time evening spot. He was able to use skills and news sense to become a leader in the newsroom.

In addition, he is also a lifelong follower of the Atlanta Braves and Falcons and can also be found awake at 4 a.m. watching Formula 1 race happening halfway across the world.