Danielle Trotta Measurements, Bio, Age, Weight, and Height

Danielle Trotta is a prominent American journalist who has covered auto racing for Sirius XM. She also hosted the Race Hub for NASCAR and worked for the NASCAR Raceday preshow for the Xfinity series. Trotta started her career by working in the local WBTV station, and after, she moved to Fox Sports, where she covered NASCAR and NFL. In 2018, she worked as a main cast for Boston Sports tonight and was one of the statewide champions participating in Swimming, diving, and spring boarding. Danielle Trotta has worked as a journalist for many channels and has gained more popularity because of her work. 

The Early Years of Danielle Trotta

Danielle Trotta was born in Westchester County, New York, the United States of America, on March 13, 1981, and she is 41 years old as of currently. Her father’s name is Dan Trotta, and he is a high school girl basketball coach. Her mother’s name is Phyllis Trotta, and she is a housemaker. Danielle is the eldest child in her family, and she has one younger sister, Andrea Trotta. She spent her early life in Westchester along with her family members, and when she was ten years old, she moved to Richmond, Indiana, along with her family members. Danielle has been interested in journalism from a young age as her parents used to watch more news channels along with them. When Danielle was 13 years old, she moved to Carmel with her family. Bob Costas and Hannah Strom inspired Danielle after watching the NBA in the NBC pre-game broadcast. She has not shared more information regarding her early life, and she did not disclose anything about her family background to media. 

The Educational Qualifications of Danielle Trotta 

Danielle attended Carmel High School, located in Carmel; while studying in high school, she worked on the 24-hour local channel as the presenter and host between 1995 to 1999. Apart from academics, she was also good at Swimming, springboarding, and diving, and also she participated in many state championships and also she won three state championships on behalf of his school team. After graduating from high school, Danielle joined North Carolina in Charlotte and studied for her bachelor’s degree in Mass Journalism. During college, she interned at a television station in Charlotte, North Carolina, named WBTV and WCNC-TV. 

Personal details of Danielle Trotta

Real Name: Danielle Trotta 

Profession: Television Journalist 

Celebrity name: Danielle 

Place of Birth: Westchester County, New York, the United States of America

Birthday: March 13, 1981

Horoscope: Pisces

Ethnicity: White

Nationality: American

Religion: NA

Sexuality: Straight

Color of Eyes: Blonde 

Color of Hair: Hazel 

Net Worth: $ 2 Million

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Body measurements of Danielle Trotta 

Physique: Hourglass 

Height in cm: 175 cm

Height in Feet: 5 ft. 9 in.

Weight in Kg: 59 kg

Weight in Pound: 130 lbs

Body Measurements: ‎ 36-26-37 in / 91-66-94 cm

Breast Size: 36 inches / 91 cm

Waist Size: 26 inches / 66 cm

Hip Size: 37 inches / 94 cm

Shoe Size (In U.S.): 8.5

Dress Size (In the U.S.): 6

Family details of Danielle Trotta 

Mother’s Name: Phyllis Trotta

Father’s Name: Dan Trotta

Number of Siblings: One Younger Sister (Andrea)

Relationship Status: Married

Children: No 

Spouse Name: Robby Benton

The Relationship details of Danielle Trotta

Danielle Trotta is a married woman, and she was married to Robby Benton, the co-owner of RAB Racing. They both dated for many years, and then on October 27, 2018, they both got married in the ceremony, but they have not shared any information regarding their marriage except the date. Danielle and Robby have not announced anything about their children, and whether they have children is unknown. Currently, they both are living happily in New York City. 

The Net Worth of Danielle Trotta

Danielle Trotta currently has a net worth of $ 2 million, and she has earned a major part of her net worth as a journalist. Danielle has not disclosed anything about her salary and income as a journalist. 

Danielle Trotta on social media

Danielle Trotta is active on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. She has more than 88.9 K followers on her official Twitter account, and she tweets frequently. Her verified Instagram account has more than 67.9 K followers, and she will post more of her pictures and videos on it. Danielle’s Facebook account has more than 25 K followers, and she will post more updates for her followers. 

The Early Professional life of Danielle Trotta 

Danielle Trotta started her career as a full-time weekend news editor for the channel WBTV, and she worked as a weekend sports anchor at WBTV in 2007 after Kricket Morton left the show in April. She also hosted Sports Saturday Night and co-hosted The Point After with D&D along with Delano Little every Sunday night. In August 2006, Danielle moved to the Station sports department, and she stated about her high school athletes’ story who overcame all the challenges in the field. In 2010, she left WBTV and joined Fox Sports Speed with a three-year contract as a reporter for the NASCAR Race Hub. Danielle co-presented the ACC Network Progame named The ACC Blizz along with Tommy Bowden, football coach, in 2011. Danielle has worked as a contributor on NASCAR and for the charlotte talk show on ESPN radio station. 

The Successful Career of Danielle Trotta

Danielle has worked as a co-host of the presenter speed coverage of the NASCAR Sprint Award ceremony. In 2015, she hosted the NASCAR RaceDay for the Xfinity Series races, and the same year she worked as a sideline reporter for the game coverage between the Cleveland Browns and Cardinals on Fox NFL. On February 13, 2017, Danielle tweeted that she was going to NASCAR Race Hub. In 2019, she joined NBC Sports NASCAR coverage as the host of the shoe Victory Lap for the select cup series races. Then on August 3, 2020, Danielle and many other NBC sports persons were released from the NBC Universal. In 2022, she hosted more than ten episodes of the unscripted motoring television series My Dream Car! Aired in Fox Business cable news channel.

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