Patrick Healy Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NBC

Patrick Healy

Patrick Healy

Patrick Healy Biography

Patrick Healy serves as a general assignment reporter at NBC4 in Los Angeles. He began working here in 1984. Healy airs the  NBC4 newscasts at 11 a.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m., as well as 6 p.m.

Patrick Healy Age

Healy has kept details on his exact age all to himself. Although,  he has not disclosed any information regarding his age, day, date, and year of birth.

Patrick Healy Height

Healy stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88 m tall.

Patrick Healy Education

Healy studied and graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in Engineering.  He worked at the Daily Bruin reporting and held a series of positions.  Also, he served at KLAC Radio, and at the Los Angeles Times as an intern during his tenure at the university.

Patrick Healy Family

Healy has kept details about his parents and siblings away from the scrutinizing eye of the public despite being a known person.

Patrick Healy Wife

Healy is happily married and together they have two kids and they live in Los Angeles.

Patrick Healy Salary

Healy annually receives a salary of $55,680,  according to NBC4 anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.

Patrick Healy Net Worth

Healy has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Patrick Healy Career

He serves as a general assignment reporter at NBC4 News in Los Angeles. Healy began working here in 1984, he airs the  NBC4 newscasts.  At 11 a.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m., as well as 6 p.m. Healy covered the disastrous mass shooting in October 2017.

Also, he has reported on numerous high-profile court cases. From the beginning to the end such as the trial of Conrad Murray, MD. The student molestation case involved Mark Berndt a former Miramonte teacher.

The Bryna stow beating case and the trial for his attackers as well as the controversial trial.  That was the landmark Rodney King Case that acquitted four police officers of the immoderate force.

He was among the NBC4 team that won a Los Angeles Area Emmy for “Watts,” a special regarding. The historic riots of 1965, in the year 2015, also for best spot news reporting for the circumstances surrounding.

Los Angeles Unified Police Officer called Jeffery Stenrous.  He received the 2012 Golden Mike Award. In addition, for exceptional hard news reporting. Healy has been recognized twice by the Los Angeles Press Club.

Also for the best spot news coverage.  He got a Golden Mike Award, and for the arrest of the notorious “Night Stalker” suspect. Healy earned himself a local Emmy.