Patti Ann Browne Biography
|Date of Birth:||1965 , September-10|
|Age:||52 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 2 Inch|
|Name||Patti Ann Browne|
|Birth Place/City||Bayside, Queens, New York|
|Working For||Fox News Channel|
|Body Measurements||36-25-35 inches|
Patti Ann Browne, an American news anchor/reporter, currently works for the Fox News Channel. She hosts the headline update during Fox News shows. She also works as a host for Fox News Extra segments that airs in place of U.S.commercials.
Browne is one of the rotating co-hosts of Fox's early morning show Fox and Friends. She has also made a guest appearance in various shows of Fox News. She has worked in the MSNBC news source for several years. She was previously one of the panelists of the Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld presented by Greg Gutfeld.
She has been married to Mike Browne since May 2004 and shares a son born in 2005.
Early Life and Education of Patti Ann Browne
Patti Ann Browne was born on September 10, 1965, in Bayside, Queens, New York. She suffered from Scarlet fever at the age of 14 but, fortunately, survived it.
Browne is a huge fan of classic rock. She performed with a rock band Blacklist and during her college days. Her band performed in Queens, NY and in basements as well.
Browne earned a Masters Degree with GPA 4.0 in Communication Arts from the New York Institute of Technology in Old Westbury, New York.
Browne attended on a full scholarship that involved teaching news-writing and production skills to the undergraduates. She was also a general assignment reporter for the school’s news program, ‘LI News Tonight’ that airs nightly on Long Island cable.
Patti Ann Browne's Career
Patti Ann Browne joined the cast of Fox News Channel from MSNBC. She is a substitute anchor in numerous shows and was also a regular guest panelist in Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. She is a rotating co-host at the Fox early-morning show Fox and Friends First.
Browne was also a music host on the Fordham's radio station, WFUV-Fm. She was interested to become an anchor ever since high school, and at present, she is living her dream.
Browne has left no stone unturned in any of her reporting and anchoring and her viewers are thankful for her huge contribution to making news more factual and interesting.
Browne was an editor of Fordham’s magazine called Alternative Motifs. She also worked for Newsweek Magazine as a part-time for around 4 years.
Browne became an intern for Joan Lunden’s syndicated weekly television show titled ‘Mother’s Day’. She was strongly leading towards her future career as a news anchor.
Patti Ann Browne commenced her profession by joining News 12's Long Island, 24-hour cable news television channel covering Nassau and Suffolk in New York.
As a general assignment reporter, Browne worked in the field, covering major stories along with New York reporters for many years. She co-anchored the station’s highest rated show, its 3-hour morning news program.
While in Long Island, Browne hosted News 12’s weekly half-hour news talk show, Reporter Roundtable.
For her hard work in covering live news from the scene of the Long Island Railroad massacre committed by Colin Ferguson, she was praised by her seniors as well as the viewers. Also, she was praised by people for her un-scripted anchoring of the crash of TWA Flight 800.
Then the highlight of her anchoring career came when she went live from Manhattan covering the investigation after World Trade Centre bombing in 1993.
Following that, Browne went to cover from Washington D.C. covering national issues affecting Long Island and she also reported from Albany, New York, covering state politics. Later Patti also went on to report from the United Nations during an international crisis.
She worked briefly in the mornings at WBAB, a famous Long Island FM rock music radio station, as a host. And at the same time was working for News 12 Long Island in the evening. Later, Browne received network affiliate experience as a full-time anchor/reporter at WSJV-TV in the South Bend part of Indiana.
Browne's made her debut on television as a nightly anchor and News Director of WLIG TV 55, which was seen both in New York City and Long Island. Prior to this, Browne's broadcast career commenced the morning –drive news anchor/writer in radio at WLIM-AM on Long Island, NY.
Then Browne became an anchor for MSNBC where she hosted a 2-hour weekend show, Weekend Morning Line. During the Years that she spent working for MSNBC, Patti covered un-scripted breaking news and did various live interviews with international newsmakers.
Browne also served for CNBC as a substitute news anchor. Brown has been with Fox News Channel full-time since August 2000 while she first anchored Fox News Live headline news updates and also as a fill-in host for shows during many different time slots. Patti also anchors hourly news updates for the Fox News Radio network.
Patti Ann Browne's Net Worth and Body Measurements
Patti Ann Browne's net worth is $3 million, but, it is not an official figure. According to a source, Fox News paid $80K-$240K to its anchors and reports, so we can believe that her salary is in somewhere in the above ranges.
Patti Ann Browne stands at height of 5 feet 2 inches and weighs 54 kgs. Her body measurements size is 36-25-35.
Browne is doing great in the anchoring and reporting sector and her viewers will undoubtedly see more of her in the near future.
Patti Ann Browne's Personal Life
Browne is a married woman. She has been married to Mike Browne since May 2004. Mike proposed to Patti after dating around seven months. The couple welcomed their son in 2005.
Browne has an identical twin sister and a younger sister. She is very close to her family even after her marriage. Patti is a Roman Catholic and was introduced to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn’s Hall of Fame in 2012.
Browne is hugely interested in reading, running, volleyball and water skiing. Patti also served as Aide to Grand Marshal of the Glen Cove Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in late 1997. She served for Island Harvest and the Interfaith Nutrition Network as an active volunteer.
Browne has traveled to many places in the world and her list includes Hungary, England, Austria, France, Mexico, Canada, Ireland and also around the United States.