Danielle Trotta Biography and Wiki
Danielle Trotta is an American journalist who covers auto racing for Sirius XM. Host, She is also the host of My Dream Car, airing Monday nights 9pmET & 11pmET on Fox Business & Streaming on Fox Nation.
Danielle Trotta Age and Birthday
Trotta was born on March 13, 1981, in Westchester County, New York, United States. She is 41 years old as of 2022. Trotta turns 42 years on March 13, 2023.
Danielle Trotta Height
The American journalist is of average stature, Danielle stands at 5 feet 5 inches weighing about 58 kgs.
Danielle Trotta Education
Discussing her education, Trotta attended Carmel High School, a public high school in Carmel, New York, currently serving grades 9-12.
She then enrolled in four colleges along the East Coast before she graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, a public research university in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she graduated with a degree in Mass Journalism.
During her time in college, Trotta had internships with television stations in Indianapolis and with Charlotte, North Carolina-based stations WCNC-TV and WBTV. After graduation, she was hired as a weekend news editor for WBTV.
Danielle Trotta Parents
Trotta was born and raised in Westchester County, New York. The proud daughter of Phyllis and Dan Trotta. Danielle has one younger sister, Andrea.
Her family moved to Richmond, Indiana when Trotta was ten years old, and before she started high school, they moved to Carmel for business reasons.
Danielle Trotta Husband
According to reports, Trotta is happily married to Robby Benton. The couple tied the knot on 27 Oct 2018. Danielle’s husband Robby is a Co-owner of RAB Racing. The couple are the cute parents to a little dog. It’s not clear if Danielle and Robby have any children, This section will be updated once we discover more.
Danielle Trotta Career
After graduation, she was employed as a weekend news editor for WBTV. Trotta began as a photographer, and later persuaded the station’s administration to allow herself to be shown on television.
Trotta made her on-screen début in 2007, following the exit of Kricket Morton; Trotta also hosted Sports Saturday Night and co-hosted The Point After with D&D with Delano Little on Sunday nights.
On August 3, 2020, Trotta, along with many other NBC Sports Boston on-air personalities were sacked from the network due to decisions made by parent company NBC Universal.
Danielle Trotta Salary
Trotta earns an annual salary of $116,000 as of 2022.
Danielle Trotta’s Net Worth
The journalist holds a net worth of $2.3 million as of 2022. This amount is from her extensive career as a TV host among other investments.