Danni Boatwright Biography
Danni Boatwright is an American actress, TV host, model and beauty queen who won $1,000,000 on Survivor: Guatemala, the eleventh season of the reality television show Survivor. She represented Kansas at the nationally televised Miss Teen USA and Miss USA pageants and is one of the most successful delegates to compete in both competitions.
Danni Boatwright Age
Danni Boatwright was born on July 13, 1975, in Tonganoxie, Kansas, United States. Danni Boatwright is 43 years old as of 2018.
Danni Boatwright Net worth
Danni Boatwright earns his income from his businesses activities and from other related organizations. He also earns his income from his work as an actress, TV host, model and beauty queen. He has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million dollars.
Danni Boatwright Education
Danni Boatwright graduated from the University of Kansas United States. She is an accomplished model, having worked internationally, and is also an athlete: in 2003, she ran the Country Music Marathon in Tennessee.
Danni Boatwright Husband
He got married to country music singer Wade Hayes from 1999 to 2003 who appeared in the music video for his 1998 single “Tore Up from the Floor Up.” She is now married to Casey Wiegmann, a former NFL center. They have two sons, Bo, born on October 8, 2007, and Stone, born on November 1, 2010.
Danni Boatwright Family
Danni Boatwright was born on April 20, 1969, and raised in Bethel Acres, Oklahoma to Don Hayes, who is also a professional country musician. Wade was inspired to join the musical industry by his father.
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Danni Boatwright Pageantry
Danni Boatwright has an accomplished model, who has been working internationally, as an athlete: in 2003, she ran the Country Music Marathon in Tennessee. Her first major pageant title came in late 1991 when she won the Miss Kansas Teen USA title and became the first representative of the Vanbros pageant group.
He was also represented at Kansas at the 1992 Miss Teen USA pageant in Biloxi, Mississippi and placed second behind Miss North Carolina Teen USA Rachel Adcocks in the preliminary competition. During the final competition, Boatwright placed second in the interview and swimsuit rounds and fourth in a swimsuit. Overall, she was ranked second going into the final stage of the competition, but dropped a place and so became the second runner up to the eventual winner Jamie Solinger of Iowa.
Four years later Boatwright won the Miss Kansas USA 1996 crown and represented her state in the national Miss USA competition, broadcast live from South Padre Island, Texas. In that pageant, Boatwright won the preliminary competition and also the interview and swimsuit competitions on finals night. She finished first runner-up to Ali Landry of Louisiana, making her one of the most successful delegates to compete in both competitions.
Danni Boatwright Modeling
Danni Boatwright was introduced during the Miss Teen USA pageant, Boatwright was introduced to an international modeling scout, and started a career as a model. She has traveled as an international model in different countries including Italy, England, Germany, France, Mexico, South Africa, Australia, and Tunisia. She appeared on Star Search at the age of 17 as a spokesmodel and contestant, the youngest ever to appear in this category. She has also appeared in numerous television and print advertisements, most recently in ads for BioSilk. She is a former Miss USA runner-up and actress who appeared in the video for Hayes’ single “Tore Up from the Floor Up”
Danni Boatwright Survivor
In 2005, Danni Boatwright competed in Survivor: Guatemala, the 11th season of reality television show Survivor. She was initially placed on the Nakúm tribe. On Day 9, a tribe switch landed her on the Yaxha tribe. At the post-merge Survivor Auction, she brought herself an advantage at the next immunity challenge. After the challenge, she made connections with Rafe Judkins and Lydia Morales, even forming a Final Two deal with Judkins. At the Final Four immunity challenge, Boatwright failed to win immunity, losing to Judkins.
However, she convinced him that it was in his best interest to keep her over the much physically weaker Morales. Judkins agreed and Morales was unanimously voted out. Boatwright then won the final immunity challenge and, after Judkins released her from their earlier Final Two agreement, she chose Stephenie LaGrossa to bring to the final Tribal Council because she viewed LaGrossa as easier to beat and as equally deserving as Judkins. At the final Tribal Council, the jury was very angry with LaGrossa for her devious gameplay. Boatwright won the title of Sole Survivor in a 6-1 vote, only losing Judkins’s vote.
Danni Boatwright Personal life
Danni Boatwright lives in Tonganoxie, Kansas and is an on-air personality for KCSP, also known as 610 Sports, in Kansas City. She is the co-host of “Sports Rap” every Sunday from 10:00 to noon. She also appeared on The Fantasy Show on ESPN2. Boatwright was the first host of CelebTV.com, an entertainment news website. In 2006, she became a spokeswoman for Coleman products. She can also be seen in online promotional videos for the Trackstick GPS tracking device.
She also started a sports clothing label called Sideline Chic. During her childhood, she uses to play mandolin and seeing it on his father who even bought him a guitar. Then he started to play it. His family moved to Nashville, Tennessee when he was eleven years old. There his father has signed with an independent record label but it came to be a bankruptcy. And they again return back to Oklahoma. He also has Stacey and Charity two sisters in his family.
She gets inspiration to write his own songs after seeing Ricky Skaggs‘ performance at the 1991 Country Music Association Awards. Then Wade returned to Nashville and started to record his demo tapes and writing his own material. No sooner he partnered with a songwriter named Chick Rains and started his career.