Danielle Trotta is a preeminent American On-Air personality in New York, where she covers auto racing for Sirius XM. Currently, she hosts a famous new show on FOX Business titled “My Dream Car”.
Earlier, she co-hosted “Race Hub” of NASCAR Race Hub and the pre-race show NASCAR RaceDay for Xfinity Series events which aired on Fox Sports 1. Whenever she is not working, she loves traveling, Working out, Hiking, and spending time with her family.
Danielle Trotta Age
Danielle Trotta was born on Mar 13, 1981, in Westchester County, New York, in the United States. She is 41 years old and holds her birthday on Mar 13 every year.
Danielle Trotta Height
Danielle stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in (approx. 1.65 m).
Danielle Trotta Family
She was born in Westchester County, New York, in the United States of America under the loving care of her hardworking and devoted parents, Phyllis (mum) and Dan Trotta (dad). She was brought up in a family of 4 along with her younger sister Andrea. Trotta keeps American citizenship by birth but belongs to the Caucasian-American ethnicity.
Danielle Trotta Husband
She is a very confidential person in nature, thus she has not disclosed her personal information to the public. Thus, her marital status remains unavailable therefore it is not known whether she is married, single, dating, or divorced. This piece of information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Danielle Trotta Education
She acquired her High School Diploma from Carmel High School, where she served as the host and presenter for the 24-hour local channel. She afterward decided to pursue her dream career at the University of North Carolina based in Charlotte, where she graduated with a degree in Mass Journalism.
Danielle Trotta Salary
She pockets an annual salary of $96,910 and this is according to Sirius XM analysts’ salaries.
Danielle Trotta’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million US dollars.
Danielle Trotta Career
Directly after she graduated from the University she was employed at WBTV, where she worked as a weekend news editor. She made her foremost On-Camera in 2007 following replacing Kricket Morton on “Sports Saturday Night”. She also co-hosted “The Point After with D&D” along with Delano Little. She served at the station for 4 years and thereafter left in 2010 when she was employed at FOX Sports in July.
She co-presented the ACC Network’s program and half-time show, The ACC Blizz, along with coach Tommy Bowden in 2011. Similarly, she also contributed to NASCAR and ACC Football at ESPN 730, a radio station located in Charlotte. In 2012, she was reassigned as the station’s co-host and provided live coverage of that year’s NASCAR Sprint Awards Ceremony which was carried out in Las Vegas.
She was selected as the host of NASCAR RaceDay for Xfinity Series races in 2015. Furthermore, in 2015, she covered the Arizona Cardinals and Cleveland Browns on Fox NFL. In 2019, she was officially employed at NBC Sports as the host of the “Victory Lap”. Nevertheless, on Aug 3, 2020, she was among the journalists released from the network. She subsequently joined Sirius XM, where he covers auto racing.
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