Patrick Christys is a British news anchor, freelance journalist, political commentator. He is primarily known for GB News, a new television news channel in the United Kingdom. He started his career in journalism as a local reporter for the Westmorland Gazette in Cumbria, covering a wide range of stories from murder trials to sheepdog trials. Patrick is also the host of the Christys Show on talkRADIO, a national talk radio station.
Patrick Christys was born on the 15th of January 1992, in Cheshire, England, UK.
|Date of Birth
|15th of January 1992
|Place of Birth
|Cheshire, England, UK
|32 years old
|News Anchor, Freelance Journalist, Political Commentator
Patrick attended a school in The Curry Mile in Rusholme, Manchester, England.
- Father – Pater Christys
- Mother – Unknown
- Siblings – Unknown
Girlfriend / Spouse
Patrick Christys has dated –
- Emily Carver (2023-Present) – In 2023, Christys is engaged to Emily Carver, a political commentator and head of media at the Institute of Economic Affairs, a free-market think tank. They met through their work at talkRADIO, where they often appeared as guests and contributors.
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Christys known as a journalist as a local reporter for the Westmorland Gazette in Cumbria, covering a wide range of stories from murder trials to sheepdog trials. He is also known for his outspoken and controversial views on various topics, such as Brexit, immigration, COVID-19, and climate change.
Patrick Christys Net worth
Patrick Christys has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars as of 2024.
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Some Lesser Known Facts About Patrick Christys
- Patrick belongs to a family of immigrants in Britain.
- In January 2017, he joined Sky News as a freelance political consultant. Then, he became a freelance political commentator for talkRADIO, where he hosted the Drive Time show.
- In 2019, he went on to become the head of content at Love Sport Radio, where he also hosted the Breakfast Show.
- In 2021, Christys joined GB News as a host and political commentator.
- In 2022, he began hosting the talk show Friday Night Feast.
- In 2023, he also appeared on the podcast series Last Orders – a spiked podcast.
- In 2023, Patrick joined Trinity Mirror Group PLC as a reporter.