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Producer, Host

Paul Pabst

Facts of Paul Pabst

Full Name: Paul Pabst
Gender: Male
Profession: Producer, Host
WifeDana Pabst
EducationMarian Catholic High School, Southern Illinois University
Kids2 Daughters (Payton Pabst, Molly Pabst)
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Parental responsibility is something that must be encased in the depths of greatness. Paul Pabst, an American producer, is also focused on his fatherly responsibilities, as he has two gorgeous children to raise alongside his loving wife.

Paul is best recognized for co-hosting and producing ESPN’s The Dan Patrick Show. In the 2018 film ‘The Week Of,’ the Southern Illinois University graduate also had a cameo appearance as a baseball fan in the parking lot.

Two Kids with Wife Paul and his wife, Dana Pabst, have two daughters to be proud of. Payton Pabst, his oldest daughter, was born in January 2009. Despite the fact that Paul’s favorite athlete is Walter Jerry Payton, an American football running back, he has revealed that he never considered naming his daughter Payton.

When Dana Patrick, co-host of ESPN’s The Dan Patrick Show, saw a signed picture of Walter in his office, she didn’t hesitate to name their daughter Payton after him. Dana couldn’t say no to her adoring husband and agreed that it was a great name for their new baby.

Molly Pabst is the name of the couple’s second child. Despite the fact that they did not name their second daughter after a Chicago sports great, the kinship between the two siblings is undeniable. Molly, even at such a young age, prefers to read the New York Times, an American newspaper. Chocolate cakes are also a favorite of Paul and his wife Dana’s gorgeous daughters.

The married couple has been preoccupied with raising their two children. The producer was reminded of one of the strong remarks by Swedish professional footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a result of their parental responsibilities. In an April 2018 social media post, the actor from The Week Of shared Zlatan’s statement, in which he states that if he were single, he could help the nation produce future soccer superstars.

How did Paul Pabst amass his fortune?

Paul Pabst, 48, has amassed a fortune from his acting and producing careers. According to Glassdoor, the average executive producer salary in the New York area is $151,061 a year, with salaries ranging from $102K to $204K. Paul, who works as an executive producer for The Dan Patrick Show, has accumulated a sizable fortune.

That’s My Boy, his 2012 film, grossed $36,931,089 in the United States and $13,453,714 in its first weekend. The comedy picture was released in theaters on June 15, 2012, at a budget of $70,000,000. The film’s producing firm, Columbia Pictures Corporation, earned $58,058,367 in total worldwide. Paul’s role as Producer Tom Kleinschmidt in the American comedy picture brought in more money for him.

He first appeared on The Dan Patrick Show at the age of 39, as Paulie. In 2015, he appeared on the TV show Sports Jeopardy! as a contestant. During 2016, the Southern Illinois University graduate worked as the executive producer of The Dan Patrick Show, a nationally syndicated radio and television sports discussion show. Following a cameo as a baseball fan in the parking lot in the 2018 film The Week Of, he returned to ESPN’s The Dan Patrick Show as a co-host.

A new season of ‘Undeniable’ will premiere on AT&T AUDIENCE Network in early 2019. Dan Patrick, the host of The Dan Patrick Show and a former ESPN personality, stepped in to replace longtime presenter Joe Buck, who had served as host for five seasons.

Paul is a guest on the syndicated radio and television sports talk show with Todd Fritz, Patrick O’Connor, and Andrew Perloff. Dan, who will present Undeniable alongside The Dan Patrick Show, confirmed that the sports talk show would continue unabated.

Biography of Paul Pabst

Paul Pabst was born in Connecticut in 1970 and grew up there. His father enjoyed football, and his grandma was a devoted Cubs fan. Dick Butkus was a high school football teammate of his father’s at Chicago Vocational.