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Patrick O'Neal (sportscaster)

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Patrick O'Neal
Born (1967-09-14) September 14, 1967 (age 56)
Occupation(s)Sports reporter, studio host, TV play-by-play commentator
Years active1989–present
Parent(s)Ryan O'Neal
Leigh Taylor-Young
RelativesTatum O'Neal (half-sister)
Griffin O'Neal (half-brother)
(Redmond O'Neal) (Half-brother)

Patrick O'Neal (born September 14, 1967) is an American sportscaster and occasional actor.

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O'Neal is the son of actor Ryan O'Neal and actress Leigh Taylor-Young. He is the half-brother of Griffin O'Neal, Tatum O'Neal, and Redmond O'Neal. His paternal ancestry is Irish, English, and Ashkenazi Jewish.[1]

He has two daughters from his relationship with actress Rebecca De Mornay.[2][3]

Broadcast career

Most of his appearances come during pregame and postgame shows of the Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Kings. He also provides game breaks for Fox College Football. He was previously a studio host for Fox College Football and provided in-game highlights for Fox NFL Sunday.[4]

On August 21 and August 28, 2005, he was the studio host of Fox Saturday Baseball when regular host Jeanne Zelasko was on maternity leave, and he was a sideline reporter for two NFL on Fox games during the 2005 NFL season. He was also the dugout reporter for Games 3 and 5 of the 2005 National League Championship Series and Game 5 of the 2005 American League Championship Series. For one season, he was the in-game highlights host for Fox NFL Sunday before being succeeded by Joel Klatt.

Since 2021, O'Neal has been the secondary TV play-by-play commentator for the Los Angeles Angels alongside Mark Gubicza when Matt Vasgersian is not available. When Vasgersian is broadcasting for the Angels, O'Neal works as sideline reporter or studio host for the team's pre-game/post-game show.



  1. ^ Profile,; accessed June 22, 2014.
  2. ^ "Passages".
  3. ^ "Star Tracks".
  4. ^ Profile Archived 2011-01-21 at the Wayback Machine,; January 18, 2011; accessed June 22, 2014.

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