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Dan Daru Biography
Dan Daru is a reporter on FOX31 Denver and Colorado’s Own Channel 2. His First TV job was in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina as a news photographer. Then as Chief Photographer at KBAK in Bakersfield, California, General Assignment reporter, KWGN, Channel 2 and General Assignment reporter, KDVR Fox 31, Denver
When he hit Denver screens in 2000, he quickly carved out a niche as the resident loon on Channel 2’s morning show. That gig ended when he and his wife, former Channel 2 anchor Wendy Brockman, moved to Florida.
But last year they returned, and Fox wisely hired him to pick up where he had left off. As of 2019 he is once again making the early hours more tolerable by making practically no sense at all.
Dan Daru Age
Dan was born in Detroit, Michigan. He Moved to Denver as a wee lad. His date birth is not posted. We are to update the details soon.
Dan Daru Family
He was born with a slight blemish. Dan’s parents were horrified to find their son had an extra pair of lips on his left cheek. The doctors worked their magic, and after two short operations, they moved the lips to a place more needed.
His’s parents spoke another language that they never taught him, making communication difficult. He wanted to be an astronaut, but after 9th grade, he decided to go into television.
Daru watched it for about 8 years straight, not moving from the couch once. Before embarrassing himself in front of the camera, Dan was a television news photographer. He also did some talk radio on KOA and studied at Groundlings Improv Comedy Theatre in Hollywood, CA. His parent’s details, as well as his brothers and sister, will be updated soon.
Dan Daru Education
- He attended John F. Kennedy High School in Denver.
- Archived Applied Science degree in Criminology, Red Rocks Community College
- Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, Metropolitan State University of Denver
- Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Dan Daru Wife
The information about his’s wife and kids are not posted. We are going to update the information soon.
Dan Daru Net Worth
Dan Daru is a reporter on FOX31 Denver & Colorado’s Own Channel 2. His estimated net Worth as of 2019 is still under review it will be updated soon.
Dan Daru, FOX31
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Roller Punks Make Good Day Colorado Debut
I am a big fan of the Rocky Mountain Rollerpunks and it’s not just because my niece (Anya Blindside) is a member of the roller derby junior league. The Rollerpunks teach teamwork and build confidence while giving kids a great reason to get off the couch.
The league is open to girls and boys ages six to 11 and girls ages 12 to 17, who learn skating skills, roller derby rules and strategy, fitness, and sportsmanship.
Wednesday morning, Good Day Colorado Reporter Dan Daru helped spread the word about the Rollerpunks, capturing league members practicing with Coach PJ “Dangerous Leigh A’Zon” Shields. I was so excited to be on hand to see the girls in action on live television.
Although Dan didn’t strap on a pair of skates (he said he left them at home 30 years ago!), he still had a ton of fun. You can view the story here.
The Rollerpunks, started by the Rocky Mountain Rollergirls in spring 2010, have also been featured in Westword, 9News and most recently, The Denver Post. The league’s season runs from April to October, but that didn’t stop the girls from rising early to promote the sport.
Registration for new members will be held on March 24. More information will be posted as the event draws near on The Rocky Mountain Rollergirls website.
Dan Daru Denver KDVR-TV | Dan Daru Snowstorm
Local Denver KDVR-TV reporter Dan Daru made an appearance on Fox & Friends this morning, giving a live status report on the snowstorm sweeping Colorado ahead of the holidays.
Back in New York, the caught off-guard anchors laugh and Brian Kilmeade says “why not.” When Daru takes a step back, smiling at himself, Kilmeade awkwardly repeats, “let’s go.”
“‘Alright, why not?’ Well, there’s an endorsement,” Daru repeats with wry disappointment before screaming: “Merry Christmas, y’ old New York anchors!”
Gretchen Carlson says “wow” without any excitement or inflection, before asking: “Have you been at the Coors plant before this?”
“You’re supposed to be running down the streets,” Steve Doocy chides of the “It’s a Wonderful Life” impersonation.
And that was all Daru needed. He took off screaming, “Merry Christmas, ‘y’ old brewery! Merry Christmas y’ old Welcome to Golden sign! Merry Christmas y’ old hobo!”
Dan Daru Articles
Dog tick danger
myhighplains.com — It’s tick season for man and beast, veterinarian gives tips where to look for them. by: Dan Daru Posted: Jun 27. 2019 / 06:10 AM CDT / Updated: Jun 27. 2019 / 06:10 AM CDT A tick bite can be lethal for both dogs and owners.
For a tick, the great outdoors is your dog’s coat. Veterinarian Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald says “Brush and scrubs areas. That’s what they like.
Balistreri Vineyards in Adams County has produced a variety of wine for more than 20 years
kdvr.com — DENVER — While France or Napa Valley may come to mind when someone says “fine wine,” an Adams County winery has also been producing fine wines for more than 20 years.
Julie Balistreri and her family produce a variety of wine at Balistreri Vineyards, including Sangiovese, Zinfandel, Merlots, and Syrahs. Although Balistreri is in charge of the winemaking operations at the winery, she doesn’t like to brag about her title.
Rare cars to be featured at a show in Castle Rock
kdvr.com — A Nash Metropolitan sits on display during 2014 Classic Car Festival at Meiji-Jingu Gaien on November 29. 2014, in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Ken Ishii/Getty Images) A Nash Metropolitan sits on display during 2014 Classic Car Festival at Meiji-Jingu Gaien on November 29. 2014, in Tokyo, Japan.
Dan Daru News
Reporter Dan Daru had an awkward moment on live television in the Denver area last week.
The KDVR Fox 31 field reporter was doing a live shot from the Fall Harvest Festival in Platteville, Colo., and went to point out a cute toddler in a stroller.
“Drew the Farm Kid” suddenly looks like he’s seen a ghost as Daru and the camera swoop in on the little boy. The scared look is priceless, and Daru makes an Albert Einstein reference, apparently to the boy’s hair and face.
Then in the middle of Daru’s report, the blond-haired Drew starts to cry. “This is terrible,” Daru says to the camera. “I love that kid.”
“Way to make a baby boy cry on live television. Way to go,” Daru’s co-anchor at the station retorts. Meanwhile, Daru is heartily laughing while covering his face behind a stack of papers.
Daru then tries to sing and dance his way out of the predicament with a quick tune from “The Wizard of Oz.” It seems to work; a calmer Drew stops crying.
“Let’s just cut that while we are ahead,” the anchor says, as producers quickly switch off Daru and return to the studio.
Daru told Yahoo News that the youngster was fine in interviews before the live shot.
When they went live, “He didn’t like anything I had to say,” he said. Drew started bawling. “I’d make a lousy politician,” Daru said.
The video has been making its way through various television news blogs and social media. Daru said he’s heard from old friends and colleagues. “Of all the things you do, this is the video everyone’s talking about.”
The station posted several other videos of Daru at the festival throughout the rest of the day, and on several occasions, Daru tries to make amends with Drew and to talk to the now happier and playful boy who keeps eluding the reporter.
Daru seems to have a good sense of humor about himself. His whimsical bio on the television station’s website says he was also a television news photographer, dabbled in talk radio and studied at The Groundlings, an improvisational theater and school in Hollywood. Read also about: Chris Parente.
I guess he can add making little kids cry to that.
Dan Daru Facebook
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