Debora Patta Biography
Debora Patta is an investigative journalist, television producer, and broadcast journalist. Currently working for CBS News Channel as a news producer. She has ancestry from Italy. Calabria was born in Southern Rhodesia in Zimbabwe.
Patta currently, serves for The CBS Evening News Channel. And is a correspondent for the American television network. She has recognition throughout her career and has won several awards. Patta received h a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree in 1984 from Cape Town University.
Debora Patta Age
Debra was born in Southern Rhodesia, present-day Zimbabwe, on 1 September 1964. She is 57 years old.
Debora Patta Height/Weight
Debra stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m tall) and weighs 60 kg (132 lbs).
Debora Patta Education
Patta joined Rustenburg School for Girls in Cape Town for her high school education. She received h a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree in 1984 from Cape Town University later on.
Debora Patta Family
Debra was born to her loving parents in Southern Rhodesia. Her father was a railway employee and was originally from Rome Italy. Debra mother was a devout Catholic and nurse by profession. She has one amazing sister. Later on, in 1997 her caring and loving parents divorced.
Debora Patta Husband
Patta was first got married to her handsome husband Mweli Mzizi in 1995. The duo attempted unsuccessfully to gain access. In the Free State together to a whites-only picnic resort in 2000.
They filmed the hidden cameras incident which was aired fr her 3rd Degree show on racism. In 2002, the duo eventually divorced. Later in June the following year got married to Lance Levitas.
Debora Patta Salary
Patta receives an annual salary of $ 20,000 – $ 100,000, according to CBS News Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Debora Patta Net worth
Debora has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Debora Patta Career
Debora finally resigned from her position on 7 May 2013 at e.tv. To pursue international news companies freelancing. She started serving for CBS News as a foreign correspondent subsequently.
Her current job is reporting as the Africa correspondent for The CBS Evening News program. Debora also reports for all other CBS News broadcasts including CBS News 24/7. Streaming news service, CBSN, and CBS This Morning.