• Pat Sajak is an American TV personality and game show host, born on 26 October 1946
• He is well-known for hosting the game show “Wheel of Fortune”, winning three Daytime Emmy Awards for his performance
• Pat is a Vietnam War veteran, a radio sports talk-show host, an actor, puzzle game creator, and writer for National Review
• He is a huge fan of baseball and hockey, and owns a radio station based in Annapolis, Maryland
• Pat underwent surgery in 2019 for an intestinal obstruction, and was away from work until December of that year
Who is Patrick Michael James Sajak?
Patrick Michael James Sajak was born in the USA, on 22 September 1990 – his zodiac sign is Virgo and he holds American nationality. He is only known for being the son of Pat Sajak, a famous American TV personality, and a game show host.
Childhood and education
Patrick was raised in the USA alongside his younger sister Maggie Sajak (born on 5 January 1995) by their father and their mother Lesly Brown Sajak, who was a photographer – Maggie is today a country music singer, known best for her music videos “First Kiss” and “Wild Boy”, released in 2012 and 2013 respectively.
Even though his father is a very famous person in the US, Patrick still managed to stay away from the media’s attention while growing-up, and his parents had nothing against his wish to lead a private life – the same goes for his sister Lesly as not much is known about her personal life either. Patrick attended a local high school at which he played baseball, and while it isn’t known whether or not he attended college, it is believed by many that he matriculated in 1998, and obtained his Bachelor’s degree in 2012.
Patrick has been staying away from the media’s attention for more than a decade now, so nothing is known about his career.
Love life and marriage
He is quite secretive when it comes to his love life too, and hasn’t talked about any girls he might have dated, and this has caused many rumors about his past and present relationships to start spreading around the internet.
Some believe that Patrick is a married man who exchanged vows with his other half in the mid-2010s, while others claim that he is gay which is why he has been staying away from the spotlight and hasn’t talked about his relationships.
As none of these rumors have been confirmed, so Patrick is single as of November 2020, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Too bad Jerry Meals photo bombed us. Thanks to Pat Sajak and son Patrick for stopping by. pic.twitter.com/ELCW5fKMQ0
— Joe Maddon (@MaddHalos) March 22, 2014
Age, height and net worth
Patrick is 30 years old. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) and he weighs around 150lbs (68kgs). His wealth is unknown, but as of November 2020, his father’s net worth has been estimated at over $65 million.
Who is Pat Sajak?
Patrick Leonard Sajak was born in Chicago, Illinois USA, on 26 October 1946 – his zodiac sign is Scorpio and he holds American nationality. He is perhaps known best for having been the host of the American family game show “Wheel of Fortune”, which was created by Merv Griffin in 1975 and also starred Susan Stafford and Charlie O’Donnell – each episode shows three contestants trying to guess what letters there are in the shown word or a phrase, and the winner gets to go home with a money prize.
In 1983, Pat started hosting the eponymous re-make of the show, and for his performance he was nominated for 19 Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Game Show Host, and won three.
Pat was raised alongside his brothers David Sajak and William Backal in Chicago by their father Leonard Anthony Sajak who was a factory worker and their mother Joyce Helen who was a housewife – Leonard died when Pat was around seven years old, and Joyce went on to marry Walter Backal. Pat attended Farragut High School and upon matriculation in 1964 enrolled at Columbia College Chicago, while simultaneously working at the hotel Palmer Hohttps://www.instagram.com/p/B9Nshm9AIvI/use as a desk clerk.
Pat was also a disc jockey in the US Army – he was the host of the show “Dawn Buster” during the Vietnam War, and copied Adrian Cronauer by starting his shows with ‘Good Morning Vietnam’.
Pat gained recognition after he joined the radio station WEDC, becoming their newsman working from 12 p.m. to 6 a.m. – he was still attending college at the time, then upon graduation was drafted into the US Army and went to Vietnam. In the early ‘70s, Pat worked at the radio station WSM and in 1977 joined KNBC-TV network becoming their weatherman.
He launched his acting career in 1982, when cast to play a small role as a newscaster in the parody movie “Airplane II: The Sequel”, which starred Robert Hays, and the following year saw him play Kevin Hathaway in the soap opera “Days of Our Lives”.
From 1984 to 1989, he hosted the game show “Super Password”, and on 9 January 1989 began hosting a late night talk-show on CBS up until 13 April 1990. In 1993, Pat voiced a character in the animated children’s series “Rugrats”, while the following 10 years saw him host various shows including “Live with Regis and Kelly” (substitute host) and “Pat Sajak Weekend” – in 2002, he began hosting the radio sports talk-show “The Pat Sajak Baseball”, through to 2006.
He is also a puzzle game creator, with his most popular being “Lucky Letters” which began selling in 2007. In 2010, Pat started working for the conservative editorial magazine “National Review” as a writer, while he has also contributed to the website Ricochet.com.
On 8 May 2019, he broke a Guinness World Record for being a game show host for the longest period of time, counting 38 years and 198 days – his current contract says Pat will host “Wheel of Fortune” until 2022.
He is a huge fan of baseball, and in 2005 invested in the Golden Baseball League – Pat is also a fan of hockey and cheers for the Washington Capitals competing in the National Hockey League (NHL). He is a businessman too, and owns the radio station WNAV based in Annapolis, Maryland – for 22 years as of November 2020.
On 8 November 2019, Pat underwent surgery to remove an intestinal obstruction, and was away from work until 5 December 2019, while Vanna White hosted “Wheel of Fortune” during that time.