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Dan Roche Profile
Dan Roche is an award-winning sports anchor and reporter who is currently working at WBZ-TV News. At the station, he anchors and reports for WBZ-TV’s and The New England Patriots flagship programs “Patriots All-Access” and “Patriots Gameday” and is a host of the “Patriots 5th Quarter” post-game show.
Dan Roche Age
Roche is 55 years as of 2023. He was born in 1968 in Methuen, Massachusetts United States of America. He has not revealed the date or month he was born. However, we will update this information as soon as it’s available.
Dan Roche Height
He stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches tall.
Dan Roche Family
Roche has neither disclosed the names of his parents nor those of his siblings as he likes to keep his personal life private. However, we will update this information as soon as it is available.
Dan Roche Wife
He is married to Pan Roche and they share two children and daughter and a son. Tori who was born in July 1998 and their son Harry. However, he has not revealed any information regarding his wife and children research is ongoing and we will update this information as soon as it is available.
Dan Roche Career
Roche is a graduate of Syracuse University and North Andover High School. He began his career at Curt Gowdy Broadcasting WCCM/WCGY radio in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He was born in Methuen, Massachusetts, and currently resides in Andover with his wife and two children. Roche won a New England Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Series for “Red Sox This Week,” a half-hour Red Sox show that aired on myTV38 and WBZ-TV. He has also been nominated twice for an Emmy Award for Best Sports Reporter in New England. Prior to joining WBZ-TV in September of 1999, he worked as a radio sports talk show host; anchor, reporter, and Boston Bruins game host for sister station WBZ Newsradio at 1030AM.
In addition to WBZ Radio, Roche has worked at WHDH and WRKO Radio in Boston where he hosted Boston Red Sox pre-game and post-game programming. Roche has been a leader in Boston sports coverage for two decades. Through the years he has covered many of Boston’s most historic moments. Roche is an award-winning sports anchor and reporter who is currently working at WBZ-TV News. At the station, he anchors and reports for WBZ-TV’s and The New England Patriots’ flagship programs “Patriots All-Access” and “Patriots Gameday” and is a host of the “Patriots 5th Quarter” post-game show.
Prior to joining WBZ-TV in September of 1999, he worked as a radio sports talk show host; anchor, reporter, and Boston Bruins game host for sister station WBZ News radio at 1030AM. Additionally, Roche is a contributor to WBZ News radio 1030AM as well as 98.5-FM The Sports Hub which has filled in as a host. Furthermore, he has a sports blog on CBS Boston sports.com. Additionally, his personal list of memorable events he’s covered includes the Patriots Super Bowl in 1996. The Pats’ perfect 16-0 regular-season finale in New York against the Giants in 2007. In the ’04 and ’07 Red Sox World Series Championships … he was the only Boston reporter to gain access and ride with the team in the ’04 Duck Boat Victory Parade.
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Roche also covered the Celtic’s 17th World Championship ride through Atlanta, Cleveland, Detroit, and Los Angeles. He made three trips to report from the White House with the Red Sox and Celtics. Additionally, he covered the Bruins’ run to their 2011 Stanley Cup title. He was on the ice interviewing players, coaches, and front office members following Game 7 in Vancouver. Furthermore, he was the “pool reporter” for the Bruins Championship parade walking the entire route. Roche was in Albany, NY with the Boston College Hockey team when they won the NCAA Championship 01. He was on hand in Cooperstown, New York when Carl Yastrzemski and Carlton Fisk were enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Moreover, Roche was the only Boston TV reporter to tour the Hall with Dennis Eckersley. He Wade Boggs just prior to their inductions. Roche led the coverage nationally in the death of Ted Williams and the Cryogenics case; he enjoyed covering the dedication of the Pesky Pole to his good friend Johnny Pesky. Additionally, he covered the Congressional Steroids hearing in March 2005 as well as a special ceremony featuring President George W. Bush where Jackie Robinson was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. Roche has given his time as emcee and taken part in numerous charity events through the years including the Jimmy Fund. The American Lung Association, The BoSox Club, and The Lazarus House. The Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence, Massachusetts, and the “Lowell Spinners.”
Dan Roche Salary
He has an estimated annual salary of $30,000 to $80,000 from his career at WBZ-TV.
Dan Roche Net Worth
Roche has an estimated annual net worth of $ 1 million to $5 million earned from his career as a sports anchor and reporter.
Dan Roche Social Media Platforms
Roche is very active on his Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. He has 60k followers on Twitter, 3.4k followers on Instagram, and 725 followers on Facebook.