Danny Romero Biography
Danny Romero is a journalist as of now working since 2005 as the weekend evening weathercaster and news reporter at ABC7 Eyewitness News. Danny is also ABC7’s Cool Kids feature co-host for the half-hour show and have covered a program doing good deeds in society that focuses on young people.
Danny Romero Age
Danny Romero was born on the streets of East Los Angeles, in the United States, on July 12, 1974. He is 47 years old.
Danny Romero Height
Romero is 5 ft 5 inches/ Approx 1.65 m tall.
Danny Romero Education
After graduating with his high school diplomas, Romero got his first in Fresno radio station. Though, information concerning his University education is currently unavailable and will be updated as soon as we have clear details.
Danny Romero Family
Danny has managed to keep his life private away from social forums concerning his father, mother, and siblings. Though, review information regarding his family members and siblings is in progress and will be updated as soon as confirmed.
Danny Romero Wife
Despite being a public figure, He is a reserved person when it comes to matters regarding his marital status, however, research information is ongoing and will be soon updated as we have clear details whether Danny is dating, engaged, married, or single.
Danny Romero Salary
Danny Romero receives an annual salary of $ 20,000 – $ 100,000k. This is according to ABC7 Eyewitness News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Danny Romero Net Worth
Romero has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $ 5 million U.S dollars.
Danny Romero Career
Romero in 2005 joined ABC7 Eyewitness News serving the weekend evening weathercaster reporter. In addition, Romero also covered ABC7’s Cool Kids feature a show that focuses on young people doing great deeds in society well known as Vista L.A. as a co-host of the half-hour show. Romero got his first in Fresno radio station.
Danny also served in San Diego on B-100 FM weeknights and later served as a weekend weathercaster at Channel 8. Two years later, Romero Danny worked as the prime-time weathercaster in Los Angeles for KCOP. After serving for seven years at KCOP in L.A, He won three Emmy awards for his good work in reporting, He was hired to do the weather by KNBC.
Danny is involved all over Southern California with several helpful organizations. Even before three bouts with cancer, Danny served with Boys and Girls Clubs, MS Society, The Downtown L.A. Mission, UCP, the American Cancer Society, March of Dimes, and the MDA.