Danielle Listor

Danielle Listor

Danielle Listor made an immediate impactful first impression with Nick Viall when appearing as one of this season’s Bachelor candidates in Danielle Listor made a strong first impression during The Bachelor. Her meteorology expertise also stood out. Danielle impressed even outside of television.

She starred in two seasons of Hulu digital series Leap Year, earning both awards and critical acclaim, as well as in multiple branded spots from Samsung, SAP, Zappos and Arby’s and three national commercials for Credit Karma.

Personal Life

Daniela remains relatively private about her personal life, refusing to disclose details such as whether or not she is single, married, her parents’ and siblings’ information etc.

Danielle can be seen and heard in numerous national commercials, TV shows, and digital series – such as Hulu’s award-winning and critically acclaimed digital series Leap Year with Eliza Dushku and Joshua Malina as well as one season of Break a Leg by NBC. She has also appeared in brand spots for Samsung, SAP, Zappos, Arby’s, Chili’s as well as three national credit card commercials for Credit Karma.

She has also featured in several episodes of TruTV’s sketch series Six Degrees of Everything as well as multiple Purina Friskies commercials.

Net Worth

Daniela has amassed an estimated net worth of over $1.2 Million thanks to her work in television. Additionally, her book sales bring in extra funds – making her worth an impressive sum indeed!

She is married with three sons. Her husband is very supportive of her career path; currently working for FOX News she earns a good living wage.

Family of five live in an exquisite mansion purchased for $1.495 million by her in 2009. Boasting 10,500 square feet of living space and seven bedrooms, the home can be found in Wayne’s upscale Horizon Heights neighborhood and boasts features like a billiard area, fireplace and cabana. Two women were charged with organized retail crime and theft by police; loss prevention agents from Kohl’s creditable for arrests made and significant recoveries realized as a result of these investigations.

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