|Birth Hometown:||Chandler, Arizona|
|Occupation:||Actress, Model, TV Personality|
Life and CareerEdit
Danielle Demski won her first pageant title in 1998, when she was crowned Miss Arizona Teen USA 1999. She competed in the Miss Teen USA 1999 pageant held in Shreveport, Louisiana in August 1999, where she became the third delegate from Arizona to make the semi-finals. Demski placed sixth in the interview competition with a score of 9.22, sixth in swimsuit (9.45) and third in evening gown (9.86), entering the top six in fourth place with an average score of 9.45. She retained fourth position following the final question, and placed third runner-up overall.
In 2003, Demski won the Miss Arizona 2004 pageant, in her first attempt at the title, becoming the third Miss Arizonan Teen USA to win the Miss Arizona USA title. She represented Arizona in the Miss USA 2004 pageant broadcast life from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California on April 11, 2004, and again made the cut, the first Arizonian to do so since 1998. She competed in the evening gown competition, but did not advance to the top ten. Demski was one of several women who have placed in both the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants.
Demski is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University, with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Theatre. She was a cheerleader for the Arizona Cardinals during college. After graduating she has worked as the main presented for Destination TV, as a correspondent for the Phoenix Suns and as a co-host for an NFL program on ESPN Radio.
Currently, Demski is working for The World Series of Poker held at The Rio in Las Vegas, NV as a correspondent. She has appeared in several short online videos highlighting tournament play as well as various "featurettes" concerning the tournament and the players on the tournament's website (www.wsop.com). Demski is also host of The Vegas Minute, a weekly video segment which airs on KTLA in Los Angeles, California along with several other American television stations and the website Vegas.com.
- National Three Card Poker Championship
- The World Series of Poker