Danielle Trotta is a veteran sports reporter best known for co-hosting NASCAR Race Hub and the pre-race show NASCAR RaceDay for Xfinity Series events on FOX Sports 1. She has amassed a sizable fan base and admirers across the country as a result of her abilities.
Along with her successful career, Danielle’s love life became a hot topic when she married her long-time boyfriend, Robby Benton, co-owner of RAB Racing.
Danielle Trotta – Age, Parents
Danielle Trotta was born on March 13, 1981 in Westchester County, New York to Phyllis and Dan Trotta. She is of American descent and of white ethnicity.
Andrea, her younger sister, and she spent their childhood in Westchester County. Danielle’s family then relocated to Richmond, Indiana, when she was ten years old.
Her family, however, relocated to Carmel before she began high school for business reasons.
She continued her education and graduated from high school there. During high school, she also competed in three consecutive state swimming and diving championships. She later earned a degree in Mass Communications from the University of North Carolina.
Danielle is a tall woman, standing at 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 meters) and weighing 60 kgs. Even at the age of 38, Danielle has kept her body weight in check and appears to be eternally young.
Relationship Status: Single?
Danielle Trotto has a happy marriage to Robby Benton. Despite the fact that she did not specify when she began dating him, the news of her engagement was widely publicized.
Inside the Cathedral of Monaco, her boyfriend Robby proposed to her. Danielle gratefully accepted the stunning diamond ring from her love.
Danielle and her fiance exchanged wedding vows on October 27, 2018. Both the bride and groom looked stunning at her wedding.
As of now, the couple has no plans for children, but Danielle may expand her family in the near future.
Salary and Net Worth
Danielle was hired as a weekend news editor for WBTV after graduating. Later, in 2007, she made her television debut, hosting Sports Saturday Night and co-hosting The Point After with D&D.
Danielle eventually moved to the station’s department, where she shared her favorite stories about high school athletes who overcame obstacles on the field.
Throughout her career, she worked in a variety of stations where she gained experience. She hosted a variety of programs for stations such as FOX Sports, NASCAR, and ESPN 730.
She decided to advance her career and accepted a new position at NBC Sports Boston in order to spread her knowledge.
Danielle has not only gained notoriety, but also financial stability, earning an average salary of $39K. With all of the money accumulated, she could have a net worth in the millions.