Pat Harvey Bio, Age, Career, Net Worth, Salary, Height, Weight

Pat Harvey was born on the 21st of February 1955 (65 years old) in Detroit, Michigan. She is African American and an American citizen. Pat attended Cass Technical High School in Michigan. No information is known about where she went to college, but it would not be a surprise that she graduated Cum Laude at her Alma mater because of the level of success she has currently.

Pat is one of the longest-running television hosts in Los Angeles history, making her a kind of mini legend on her own.

Pat Harvey Career Details

She started her career in television and broadcasting in Saginaw, Michigan at WNEM-TV being a general assistant reporter and later moved on to a producer, and finally the anchor of the stations 6 pm and 11 pm news reports. She worked briefly in Chicago at WGN’s new station before moving to Los Angeles. She also worked at KCBS news as an anchor where she covered news stories from the Civil War in El Salvador to the AID epidemic in East Africa as well as the Papal Conclave in Rome. Pat has been known to be a reporter who doesn’t mind traveling the world to report news from other locations. She joined KCAL9 located in Los Angeles in 1989, where she worked as a journalist. Pat began to co-anchor for KCAL sister channel KCBS news at 5 pm and 11 pm every day in 2010, and Pat Harvey was also the was the first black female journalist to interview the dismissed Juror Jeanette Harris after the O.J Simpson trial. Her report teleported her to fame as it was covered on numerous television and radio channels in the United States as well as other countries around the globe.

Pat is one of the CNN Headline news original anchor. She joined the small start-up network in 1982, worked for the network for three years, and then left in 1985.

The Los Angeles and Los Angeles county surprised Pat on her 20th anniversary in media and broadcasting. They named a special day after her, Pat Harvey day which is on the 30th of October every year. In 2012, she was inaugurated as a member of the National Association of Black Journalists Hall of fame at Newseum in Washington, DC, and in June of 2015, Pat received the LA Emmy’s Governor’s award. Harvey had always been a guest on the CBS Daytime shows, she made her 11th appearance on the show on February 21st, 2017. Alongside this award, are others which makes her overall award score to be at nineteen. This is pretty impressive for a black female journalist in the United States.

Pat Harvey Net Worth

Pat has a net worth of about $1 million – $5 million as of 2020. Her annual salary is around $64,000. This still unknown and is not certain yet.

Pat Harvey Dating History And Marriage Details

Pat Harvey is married to Ken Lombard who is her long-term boyfriend, and they have one child together. She keeps the public up to track about her home with the pictures she posts of her family on her social media page, but she doesn’t disclose more than that. Although Harvey is very closed off about her personal life, she brings her daughter into the public scene once in a while when she attends dinners and events with her.

Pat Harvey Parents

Her parents and siblings are unknown. She keeps this part of her life away from television as she is a very private person, she chose not to disclose this information to the public. She only revealed a picture of her Mother once on Instagram saying how she is her biggest inspiration.

Pat Harvey Kids

Her daughter whom she has with her husband Ken Lombard is Michelle Byrd.

Pat Harvey Body Measurements

  • Hair color – Brown
  • Eye color – Brown
  • Height – 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m)
  • Weight – 68 kg (149.6 lbs.)

Pat Harvey Properties: Cars And Houses

Her home is located in Hidden Hills, California estimated to be worth around $5,995,000 and being a huge 9,330 square feet. She has put the 5 bedroom, 5 bathrooms house up on sale with the current asking price being below the price which she first bought it, which is around $7.55 million. She and her husband, Ken Lombard paid for the 13-acre house together back in September 2009.

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