Dan Patrick

Legendary multi-platform sports host Dan Patrick entertains America every weekday morning on The Dan Patrick Show. The program is simulcast live on TV on DIRECTV’s Audience Channel and on Fox Sports Radio Network. Dan is seen by over 1 million viewers weekly and is heard on 287 radio stations nationwide.

The Dan Patrick Show features the most extensive A-list interviews from the world of sports and offers Dan’s unique perspective and dry sense of humor on the top stories and personalities of the day.

Dan is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and hosts Football Night in America (on NBC). He also hosts Sports Jeopardy!, distributed by Crackle. Dan may be best known as an anchor on ESPN’s SportsCenter, where he hosted the show with Keith Olbermann, Stuart Scott and Rich Eisen from 1989-2006. He hosted The Dan Patrick Show on ESPN Radio from 1999-2007. The Dan Patrick Show also airs on NBCSN and AT&T’s Regional ROOT SPORTS channels.

In 1998, Dan Patrick received a Sports Emmy for Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Host, an award he has been nominated for eleven times. In 2000, he was named the National Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association, making him just the second cable commentator to receive the honor. Dan Patrick is a multiple nominee and winner of the National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Award – Network Syndicated Personality of the Year.

Dan Patrick covered the Olympics for NBC in 2010 in Vancouver, in 2012 in London, and in 2014 in Sochi. He was the Super Bowl Lombardi Trophy presenter for Super Bowls XLIII, XLVI and XLIX.

Patrick has made numerous cameo appearances in movies, many with his friend Adam Sandler.