Dan Roche Biography
Dan Roche is an American sports host, anchor, and reporter working for WBZ-TV and myTV38 (WSBK-TV). He joined the WBZ-TV team in November 2000, after previously working for WBZ-AM.
Dan Roche Career
Methuen, Massachusetts is where Roche was born and brought up. He attended North Andover High School where he graduated with a high school diploma. Later on, he joined Syracuse University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in broadcast journalism in 1987. While working at WBZ-TV, he reports for “Patriots Gameday” and “Patriots All-Access.” In addition, he also served as the host of “Patriots 5th Quarter” post-game show.
In addition, Dan contributes to 98.5-FM The Sports Hub as a fill-in host and at WBZ Newsradio 1030AM. For his “Red Sox This Week,” a half-hour series on the Red Sox show that aired on myTV38 and WBZ-TV. He has also received two Emmy nominations in the category of Best Sports Reporter in New England. Before Dan joined WBZ-TV, he worked for WBZ Newsradio 1030AM where he served as a sports talk show host; anchor, and reporter for the station’s Boston Bruins game show.
Furthermore, Dan has also worked at WRKO Radio in Boston and WHDH. While he was at WRKO, he served as the host of Boston Red Sox pre-game and post-game programming. Roche started his career at Curt Gowdy Broadcasting WCCM/WCGY radio in Lawrence, Massachusetts. For twenty years, Roche has served as a leader of the Boston sports coverage. Over the years, Dan has covered a number of Boston’s most historic moments and his personal list of memorable events he has covered includes; the Pats’ perfect 16-0 regular-season finale in New York against the Giants in 2007, the Patriots Super Bowl in 1996, the ’04 and ’07 Red Sox World Series Championships.
In addition, Roche has also covered the Celtics 17th World Championship ride through Cleveland, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Detroit. While traveling with the Red Sox and Celtics, he has made three trips to the White House while reporting. Dan was on the ice interviewing players, coaches, and front office members following Game 7 in Vancouver. He also covered the Bruins’ run to their 2011 Stanley Cup title. Furthermore, Roche covered the Boston College Hockey team’s win during the NCAA Championship 01 in Albany, New York.
When Carlton Fisk and Carl Yastrzemski were enshrined into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Dan was present in Cooperstown, New York. Before Dennis Eckersley and Wade Boggs were inducted into the Hall of Fame, Roche was the only Boston TV reporter to tour the Hall. In March 2005, Roche covered the Congressional Steroids hearing. He also covered a special ceremony featuring President George W. Bush where Jackie Robinson was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Dan Roche Salary
Roche earns a salary of about $47,000-$120,000.
Dan Roche Net Worth
Roche has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million – $7 Million which he has earned through his career as a sports host, anchor, and reporter.
Dan Roche Age
Roche was born in 1968 in Methuen, Massachusetts, United States. He is 55 years old as of 2023, however, he has not disclosed the date and the month he was born.
Dan Roche Height and Weight
Roche stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches tall. However, information about his weight will be updated when available.
Dan Roche Family
Roche likes to keep his personal life private hence he has neither disclosed the names of his parent nor those of his siblings. However, this information will be updated when available.
Dan Roche Wife and Children
Roche is married to Pam Roche and together they have been blessed with three children whose names he has not disclosed. Dan resides in Andover together with his family.
Dan Roche Social Media Platform
Roche is very active on his Twitter, and Instagram pages. He has 65.6k followers on Twitter and 3.8k followers on Instagram.