Patrick Clark Biography
Patrick Clark is an American artist and journalist serving at Fox 2 News since 2013. Clark served as a Cartoon Network correspondent and has been featured on the Home & Garden Network (HGTV), G4, ABC Family, and All News Channel. Clark began his journalist career in a radio station as a junior in college. WFUN-FM made him a children’s program director while still in college.
Soon after graduation, Clark secured a job at KDNL-TV ABC 30 as a freelance reporter. He served there in the station for two years. Clark secured a job at KPLR-TV WB11 right after resigning from KDNL. He served in the station for a period of six years as a featured entertainer reporter. Additionally, he served as a fill-in sports anchor. During his tenure at KPLR, Clark authored a weekly column for the St Louis Post-Dispatch. He additionally taught a television production course for three years at his alma mater Southern Illinois University.
Clark started hosting a show, Pulse on G4 in 2002 while he was still working in St.Louis.He relocated to Los Angeles in 2003 to continue hosting and producing the Pulse. Clark’s show was canceled in November 2004 along with other G4techTV programs. Clark secured a job in 2005 as a host of Offbeat America at HGTV. During his tenure as the host, Clark toured the country to discover things that were barely known to exist. His show aired Sunday evenings at 6 PM. He additionally interviewed people behind the extraordinary American treasures he found and revealed their inspirations.
Clark returned to St. Louis in 2010 as a reporter at KPLR News 11. KTVI Fox2 in St. Louis hired Clark in November 2013. Since then he has served in the channel.
Patrick Clark Age
Despite being a journalist for many years, Clark has a very secretive nature. He has kept his date of birth and age a secret. In case there is any news on this matter, we shall update it here as soon as possible.
Patrick Clark Family
Clark’s secretive nature has shown up in his personal life. He has managed to keep his family background very private. In case there is news regarding Clark’s parents and siblings, we shall update it here as soon as possible.
Patrick Clark Education
Clark enrolled at high school in Geneseo, Illinois. He later enrolled at Althoff Catholic High School in Belleville, Illinois where he graduated. After high school education, Clark enrolled at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville to study journalism.
Patrick Clark Interest and Hobbies
Clark started playing piano at the age of six years. He then played alto saxophone during his high school tenure. Additionally, Clark joined several garage bands during high school. During Clark’s leisure time, he loves playing and composing music. He released a children’s album in 1994 known as Moo Moo Vacation. He has additionally released two other albums, American Maid and None The Worse For The Better.
In 2011, he launched another album, Spiraling Toward Madness. Additionally, Clark appeared on commercials for Anheuser-Busch, and Triad Healthcare. He played a reporter role in a series at NBC known as A Will of Their Own. Clark volunteered as a tutor at Mathews-Dickey Boys and Girls Club and currently serves on the board of directors.
Patrick Clark wife
On his love life matters, Clark is seen as a person who hates drama and loves his privacy. He has managed to keep his marital status low-key and leave many with a lot of unanswered questions. In case there is any news regarding this matter, we shall update it here as soon as possible.
How Tall Is Patrick Clark?
Clark has a well-built body and stands at a medium height. However, we are still researching and we will update you on his actual height as soon as possible.
Patrick Clark Net Worth
There is no doubt that Clark is a wealthy man. He has served in the field of journalism for over two decades. However, we are still researching and we will update you on his actual salary and net worth.