Pat O’Brien is an American radio and television personality, he has a net worth of $1.5 million. Pat O’Brien has earned his net worth as the existing radio host with Fox Sports Radio, and from his career as a writer. From 1964-1967 Pat was a member of Dale Gregory as well as the Shouters a local rock band who have been inducted the South Dakota Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 25,2010. Much of his career was spent at CBS Sports where he was a sportscaster from 1981-1997, he was also an anchor/host from 1997-2004 for Access Hollywood in addition to The Insider from 2004-2008. For CBS he covered the Olympic Games in winter1992 and again in 1994, he also covered the Olympics on three occasions for the NBC network in 2000, 2002 and 2004. At CBS Pat was a pregame sponsor for the Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Finals, and Final four as. He was married to Linda from 1973 to 2004 and he has one son. He wrote a novel titled Talkin’ Sports: A B.S.-er’s Guide that was published in 1998 and his autobiography was released in 2011
He’s also covered the World Series, Super Bowl, NBA Finals, and Final Four as a pregame host while at CBS.
He authored the novel “Talkin’ Sports: A B.S.-er’s Guide”, published in 1998, and released an autobiography, “I’ll Be Back Right After This” in 2014.
In 2000, O’Brien returned to the sports world when he covered the Summer Olympic Games in Sydney for NBC, appearing on the CNBC channel. He also covered the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah appearing on MSNBC. He also anchored the 2004 Games in Athens, Greece for NBC, this time appearing on the Network and MSNBC, and in 2012 anchormen the tennis tournament coverage that will be carried on Bravo. As well as the Olympics, he also hosted the late night edition of the 2006 U.S. Open Tennis Championships for CBS Sports which was his return to CBS after a 9 year hiatus. In 2001, O’Brien had a cameo appearance in P. Diddy’s Bad Boy For Life music video. In early 2003, Pat O’Brien filled in for Casey Kasem three times on Kasem’s radio programs American Top 40 and American Top 20, once in January, once in February, and once in March when Kasem took holiday time. O’Brien also voice-played in a episode of The Twilight Zone entitled Mr. Motivation. His voice is used to get a doll named “Mr. Motivation.” He was also the topic of a TV Funhouse cartoon by Robert Smigel. In 2005, O’Brien appeared on the Adult Swim program Robot Chicken, lampooning himself and his hosting of The Insider. He’s currently featured on the Adult Swim show Hot Package. O’Brien made a cameo appearance in the 1998 comedy Baseketball as himself.