Quick Facts Danielle Trotta

  • NameDanielle Trotta
  • Birth NameDanielle Trotta
  • Nick NameDanielle
  • FatherDan Trotta
  • MotherPhyllis Trotta
  • NationalityAmerican
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionJournalist
  • Working ForWBTV
  • Net Worth$2 million
  • Eye ColorHazel
  • Hair ColorBrown
  • Face ColorWhite
  • Body Measurements36-26-37 Inches
  • Breast Size36
  • Weight in KG60kg
  • Famous ForNASCAR Sprint
  • MarriedYes
  • Married toRobby Benton.
  • AwardsNASCAR Sprint Awards
  • SistersAndrea
  • Birth Year1981
  • Birth month03
  • Birth PlaceNew York, the U.S
  • Waist Size26
  • Hip Size37

Danielle Trotta is an American journalist who is a sports broadcaster for NBC Sports Boston. She is an experienced journalist and prior to working for NBC Sports Boston she worked as a co-host in NASCAR Race Hub, and NASCAR Raceday on Fox Sports 1.

Danielle after having an affair with Robby Benton got married and gave their love life a new beginning. She earns $50,000 from NBC Sports and she has a net worth of $2 million.

Danielle Trotta Net Worth, Salary

Danielle started her professional career in 2007 and since then she had worked for many reputed and well-known companies. So far, she has amassed a huge amount of money working as a sportscaster.

Danielle Trotta’s net worth as of 2018 is reportedly around $2 million and she earns an average of $50,000 annually from her profession as a sports journalist.

She earns plenty and she also maintains a good lifestyle. She is bound to have a very good house and a good car that suits her standard. Since she has maintained a low profile on her possessions we can only make guesses about her car, house, and other assets.

Danielle Trotta Personal Life

Danielle knew Robby Benton for a long period of time and it was Benton who opened his heart to Danielle during December 2016 by presenting her a ring. She accepted the proposal and also posted about it on her official Twitter.

Their romance continued for a long period of time and they made their relationship official on 29 October 2018 by getting married.

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Robby Benton, a NASCAR driver from Harrisburg, North Carolina, has competed in four Nationwide series and three Craftsman Truck Series events during his career. He is an owner of Nationwide Series and ARCA team RAB Racing.

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Apart from her professional life and personal life, she also has a very active social media life. She has 77,200 followers on Twitter and 26,500 followers on Instagram.

Danielle Trotta Early Life, Education

Danielle was born in Westchester County, New York, the U.S. on March 13, 1981, to Phyllis and Dan Trotta. She is the elder daughter and she has one younger sister named Andrea. She did her schooling from Carmel High School. After graduating from high school she attended four colleges and finally graduated in Mass Journalism from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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Danielle’s family migrated a lot when she was young. When she was ten years old they moved to Richmond, Indiana from New York and they again moved to Carmel when she was about to start her high school.

Danielle Trotta Career

Danielle started her early career at Carmel High School as a host and presenter for school’s local channel from 1995 to 1999. After joining college, she had internships with WCNC-TV and WBTV. After her graduation, she worked at WBTV as a news editor. She began as a photographer and later made her on-screen debut in 2007. She also worked at Sports Saturday Night and The Point After with D&D.

Danielle was with WBTV until 2010 and then she joined Fox Sports in July. She worked in ACC Network’s pregame and halftime show, The ACC Blizz and she also wrote football columns for Charlotte Weekly, a local newspaper during 2011.

Danielle co-hosted and presented NASCAR Sprint Awards Ceremony from Las Vegas in 2012. She was also a host of NASCAR, Supercross and MotoGP events during 2014. Later she started hosting NASCAR RaceDay for Xfinity Series races from 2015 till February 2017. During 2015 she also did coverage of the game between the Arizona Cardinals and Cleveland Browns for the Fox NFL.

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Danielle twitted about leaving NASCAR Race Hub on February 13, 2017, in order to pursue other opportunities. Later she started her work at Boston Sports Tonight at NBC Sports Boston in 2018