Danielle’s comfort in front of the camera, adventurous spirit, and writing and producing abilities are what’s made her a hot commodity in the world of entertainment. Currently you can see Danielle as the host of Fit To Hit on the Tennis Channel. As a tennis junkie, she takes you inside the world of sports nutrition and fitness to uncover the secrets that can give even the weekend player that winning edge. Danielle travels the country to meet with tennis greats and show you how to become Fit To Hit. In addition, Danielle just wrapped up season 5 of the hit CBS game show “Let’s Make a Deal” where she co-hosts alongside Wayne Brady in front of a live studio audience. You’ve also seen Danielle as a correspondent and segment producer on Mark Cuban’s “AXS Live” airing weekly on AXS TV, where she covers all the top entertainment events and celebrity and music news. And she covered the world of sports for “Universal Sports” and kept you up to date on celebrity news and pop-culture as the host of “TBS Weekend Extra” on TBS.
Danielle was the host of the official, live, red carpet pre-show for the 19th, 20th, and 21st Annual SAG Awards on TNT and TBS. Danielle’s love of adventure led her to work with iconic director, James Cameron, hosting the special preview of Cameron’s documentary, "Last Mysteries of the Titanic", on Discovery Channel. And Danielle worked with Nick Cannon co-hosting “GM Style”, a TV special introducing the newest and hottest in cars and music.
Danielle is widely known as a Vegas expert. This lead her to host the long running, syndicated “Vegas Minute”, where she covered the most exclusive Sin City locations and entertainment news. And you’ve seen her as a Vegas expert on the Travel Channel. Danielle has also appeared on NBC’s “Extra”, TV Guide Network’s “Hollywood 411”, is a regular panelist on “The Gossip Queens” on Logo Network, and a regular contributor for “Epix News” produced by Lionsgate Entertainment. Additionally, Danielle has been featured on “CSI: Miami” on CBS, “The Blue Lagoon” on LifeTime, and “Bold And The Beautiful” on CBS.
As the daughter of a professional athlete, Danielle grew up playing sports and is a self-professed sports nut! This made her a perfect fit to report from Super Bowl 49 for Moves TV, host KTAR radio's weekly show, “Around The NFL”, and work as a courtside reporter with the Phoenix Suns for two consecutive seasons. Danielle is also a popular face in the world of poker, hosting "Three Card Poker Championship" for the Game Show Network. And she hosted the biggest poker tournament in the world, "The World Series of Poker", for ESPN360.com.
Danielle attended the prestigious Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University, where she graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. While attending ASU, Danielle’s 15 years of dance training led her to the NFL, where she became an NFL Cheerleader for the Arizona Cardinals. Throughout her 4 years with the team, she performed in front of thousands at nationally televised NFL games and was featured in the Cardinals annual swimsuit calendars. Danielle’s gift for dance also landed her a spot on the professional USO Dance Team. This allowed Danielle to travel and perform internationally with the USO for American troops stationed in locations around the world.
Danielle added the title of Miss Arizona USA to her resume when she won the pageant and went on to become a semi-finalist in the internationally televised Miss USA Pageant that same year. As Miss Arizona USA, Danielle was able to use her high profile and production expertise to complete a personal venture. As a literacy advocate, Danielle wrote, hosted, and produced an educational video on literacy and learning disabilities, entitled "A Journey of Gifts”. The video has been implemented into countless elementary school systems and is the signature video for the Arizona Literacy and Learning Center. Be sure to check back often forDanielle’s latest updates and projects!\