Pat LaLama's stellar career in broadcast journalism is a chronicle of some of the most iconic events in modern history. The Emmy award winning, investigative journalist is front and center for the nation's most compelling legal dramas. Her analysis and coverage has been seen on nearly every major news and information outlet including HLN, CNN, FOX NEWS, MSNBC, "Dateline NBC," CBS, "The Today Show," E!, ESPN and numerous other global entities including the BBC, CBC and RAI (Italy).
LaLama is a frequent guest host for Nancy Grace on HLN. She has served as correspondent for the nationally syndicated news magazine shows "Celebrity Justice," "America's Most Wanted" and "Hard Copy." LaLama is a highly respected writer and producer whose credits include shows on the History and Discovery networks, as well as the award winning documentary "Talhotblond".
Before her rise to the national arena, LaLama spent many years as a lead reporter and anchor in local news in some of the nation's most respected journalism markets including Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles.
The highlights of LaLama's storied career include reporting/analysis in the cases of Casey Anthony, Conrad Murray, Amanda Knox, Ronni Chasen, Anna Nicole Smith, Warren Jeffs, Michael Jackson, Scott Peterson, OJ Simpson, Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss, Rodney King, The Los Angeles riots, The Menendez brothers, JonBenet Ramsey, The Columbine murders, The Branch Davidian shootout and countless other high profile legal matters.
LaLama lives in Los Angeles with her husband, renowned criminal defense attorney Anthony Brooklier. She is step-mother to five boys. The family also includes two dogs, Angel and Big-ee and three cats, Kiki, Shadow and Got Milk.