Danielle Cushman is a well known reality television personality and over the years she has been able to make her presence felt quite strongly. Hence it would be interesting to know more about her and how she has progressed in her profession and also has been able to do reasonably well in her personal life. She was born on December 3rd, 1975 and has over the years been able to carve a niche for herself in this highly competitive field. Hence it would be interesting to know more about the various reasons which defined her success both in her professional life and her personal life.
Danielle was born in Davenport, Iowa and her early life was unique because she was brought up as a Jehovah’s Witness. She is an American by birth and also by nationality and ethnicity. It is believed that in her early days she owned and even managed a female roller derby. The Derby was named Big Mouth Mickles and she managed it for three years. However, she suffered some bad injuries which forced her to give it up and look for other options.
Talking about her life from the personal viewpoint, she is married and her marriage happened with Kevin Coby in 2004. Daniella had two children out of this marriage but her television career led to the couple drifting apart and eventually led to the breakup of their marriage. She again got married to Alexander De Meyer who happens to be a French Fashion Designer and artist. Their marriage is successful and they are happy as of now.
The net worth of Danielle Colby is estimated to be around $1.5 million and given the fact that Cushman is building her business passionately, it is bound to go up further in the years to come.
Danielle Cushman had a passion for burlesque and had her first stint at an early age of 12. Since then it has been an upward journey for her. She has worked hard and today she is the proud owner of a Burlesque Academy by the name Dannie’s Diesel Bump n Grind Academy. It is situated near Rogers Park in Chicago. American Pickers was a big success for her and she became a household name because of it.