Veteran sports reporter Danielle Trotta is best known for co-hosting NASCAR Race Hub, and the pre-race show, NASCAR RaceDay for Xfinity Series events on FOX Sports 1. Through her skills, she has gained a considerable fan following and admirers from the nation.
Alongside her successful career, Danielle's love life had also become a hot topic when she tied her wedding knot with her long-time boyfriend, Robby Benton, co-owner of RAB Racing.
Danielle Trotta's Bio - Age, Parents
Danielle was born on 13 March 1981 in Westchester County, New York to parents Phyllis and Dan Trotta. She holds American nationality and embraces white ethnicity.
She spent her childhood in Westchester County alongside her younger sister, Andrea. Then, when Danielle reached the age of 10, her family moved to Richmond, Indiana.
But before she started her high school, her family moved to Carmel due to her parents business reasons.
There, she continued her education and attended high school. During high school, she also became a part of 3 consecutive state championships in swimming and diving. Later, she graduated from the University of North Caroline with a degree in Mass Communications.
For her attributes, Danielle stands tall at the height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 meters), weighing 60 kgs. Even when reaching the age of 38, Danielle has well maintained her body weight looking forever young.
Married To Husband, Engagement Details
Danielle Trotto is happily married to her husband, Robby Benton. Even though she did not mention when she started dating him, the news about her engagement was all over the news.
Her boyfriend Robby proposed to her to be his wife inside the Cathedral of Monaco. Danielle happily accepted the stunning diamond ring from the love of her life.
Danielle exchanged her wedding vows with her fiance on 27 October 2018. During her wedding, both the bride and groom looked stunning.
Danielle Trotta enjoys her work with the company of her husband, Robby Benton on 9 February 2019 (Photo: Danielle Trotta's Twitter)
As of now, the couple has not planned about children, but in the upcoming future, Danielle might increase her family.
Her New Job - Salary & Net Worth
Upon her graduation, Danielle got hired as a weekend news editor for WBTV. Later, in 2007 she made her on-screen debut and additionally hosted Sports Saturday Night, and co-hosted The Point After with D&D.
Eventually, Danielle moved to the station's department, where she told her favorite stories about high school athletes who overcame challenges on the playing field.
During her career period, she worked in various stations where she gained knowledge. She worked in stations like FOX Sports, NASCAR, and ESPN 730 where she hosted a range of programs.
To spread her knowledge, she decided to pursue her higher career and decided to land a new job at NBC Sports Boston.
Danielle has not only gained recognition but also achieved financial stability as she makes an average salary of $39K. With all the accumulated amount, she might be enjoying a net worth in millions.