Biography of Pat Sajak
Pat Sajak is an American professional Tv Personality who I famous in hosting Wheel of Fortune a popular game show.
How old is Pat Sajak
Pat was born on 26th October 1946 in Chicago, he is 77 years old. He celebrates his birthday on 26th October every year.
Pat Sajak family
His parents are Leonard Anthony Sadjak and Joyce Backal his mother.
Pat Sajak wife
Pat was married to Sheryll Sajak in 1979 but later divorced in 1986. He again hot married to Lesly Brown in 1989 and the two have two kids a son and a daughter.
Pat Sajak Education background
Sajak attended Farragut High School he later attended Columbia College.
Pat Sajak TV shows and movies
He started nurturing his career as a DJ in 1970s and his fame started aftershock, he was granted an opportunity in Today’s Show of the NBC to do voice-over which agreed and later became an anchor. During the late 70s Pat got another job at KNBC-TV as a weatherman.
While still the weatherman the station was looking for a host to run their game show named Wheel of Fortune and this was when the management asked Pat to be the host and he agreed because before then he had hosted some two other game shows in 1980 named the Puzzlers for Mark Goodson and Press Your Luck for Ralph Edwards and was therefore experienced.
His show started in 1983 and he managed to host both the morning and the evening version of the show for six years after which he was left with the daytime and also continued with the Prime Time. Later he began hosting other TV shows like the Dream House, Just Men he also hosted other programs like the Larry King Live which went for some time and also a CBS Late Night Talk.
In 1982 he featured in a comedy film as the newscaster named Airplane II: The Sequel. In 1983 he appeared in Day of Our Lives a soap opera which he played the role of Kevin Hathway. He also appeared in a Kid Show named Rugrats which was very popular as himself. In 2001 Pat appeared in one episode of The King of Queens a Sitcom.
He has worked as a guest writer dealing with socio political issues. Whereby he asked if the employees could vote for the issues that affect the directly in his first quote in the website. In 2007 Pat started his own game show which was his own puzzle named Lucky Letters adding to other games he had formed before.
Alongside Dan Le Batard Pat has appeared in Highly Questionable and The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz which are both radio programs
Currently, Pat is serving as the director of a Conservative institution named Eagle Publishing House. He is also Hillsdale Collage Vice chairman and a member if Boards of Trustees where he has also served as a member if Board of directors for Claremont Institute.