Birth Name: Daniel Patrick Pugh
Place of Birth: Zanesville, Ohio, U.S.
Date of Birth: May 15, 1956
Ethnicity: Irish, English, some German
Dan Patrick is an American sportscaster, radio personality, and actor. He hosts The Dan Patrick Show on broadcast radio and Peacock, and writes for Sports Illustrated. He has also hosted ESPN’s SportsCenter and NBC’s Football Night in America. He has appeared in small roles in many films, particularly Adam Sandler’s, including The Waterboy, The Longest Yard, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, Grown Ups, and its sequel; Just Go with It, That’s My Boy, Blended, The Ridiculous 6, The Do-Over, and Hubie Halloween.
Dan is the son of Patricia Joann and John Ambrose Pugh. He was raised in Mason, Ohio, and was a high school basketball player. He is married to Susan White, who has been a CNN producer, with whom he has four children.
Dan’s paternal grandfather was William A. Pugh (the son of Ambrose L. Pugh and Mary White). William was born in Ohio. Ambrose was born in Ohio, the son of Richard Pugh and Mary Duffy.
Dan’s paternal grandmother was named Alice/Alyce A. Mahoney (the daughter of John Francis Mahoney and Nellie D.). Alyce was born in Ohio. John was born in Ireland, the son of Daniel Mahoney and Mary Hardigan.
Dan’s maternal grandfather was Edward/Ed Miller (the son of Ralph A. Miller and Alice Bell Dunn). Ralph was born in Ohio, the son of Ambrose Thomas Miller and Anna Virginia Coyle. Alice was born in Ohio, the daughter of Howard G. Dunn and Harriet Ellen Handschy.
Dan’s maternal grandmother was Ellen C. Archer (the daughter of Urban William Archer and Bernice A. Harris). Urban was born in Ohio, the son of Sebastian Nicholas Archer and Ellen Theresa McGovern. Bernice was born in Noble County, Ohio, the daughter of Sampson Harris and Caroline Brown.
Source: Genealogies and obituaries of Dan’s parents – https://www.findagrave.com