Danielle Marie Puleo is the celebrity wife of former NFL quarterback turned analyst Chris Simms. Danielle’s father-in-law, Phil Simms, is also a former New York Giants quarterback and Super Bowl XXI MVP, and her brother-in-law, Matt Simms, is a former American football quarterback.

Danielle Marie Puleo’s Family

Danielle Marie Puleo was born on 19th Nov 1980 to Robert V Puleo and Gloria A Puleo. She is from Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, in the United States. Her father was one of the finest Italian-American restaurant owners and owned Puleo’s and Puleo’s Too, an Italian restaurant in New York, USA. Danielle attended Ramapo High School, where she met Chris in 1996 for the first time, and they fell for each other.

Christopher David Simms was born on August 29, 1980, in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, U.S. He is the son of a legend, Phil Simms, former New York Giants quarterback, and Super Bowl XXI MVP.  His mother is Diana Simms. Chris’s brother, Matt Simms, was born on September 27, 1988, and is also a former American football quarterback. Chris’s sister, Deirdre Simms is married to Brian Toal, a former American football linebacker. Chris was a standout in both football and basketball in school, and thus, very popular among girls. He chose Danielle to be his future life partner and they stayed together since then.

On 1 Aug 2004, the couple finally tied the knot. The couple’s union is blessed with two children. Their daughter, Charlotte Elizabeth Simms, was born in 2006, and their son, Phillip Simms, was born in 2010.

Danielle Marie Puleo’s Net Worth

Danielle Marie Puleo enjoys the spotlight of her popular husband. She completed high school at Ramapo High School in Franklin Lakes and later joined the Fashion Institute of Technology to earn graduation in Fashion Designing. She also worked as a manager in her father’s restaurant. Her husband, Chris Simms has an approximate net worth of $16 million that he has earned through his career as a football player and actor.

Chris is an American sports analyst and former football player. He was a quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the third round of the 2003 NFL Draft after playing college football for the Texas Longhorns. He also played for the Denver Broncos and the Tennessee Titans. He was included in Fox Sports’ commentator line-up for the 2013 college football season. He made his debut as a color commentator when West Virginia University played the College of William & Mary in 2013.

Chris joined Bleacher Report in February 2014 as an NFL analyst. From 2014 to 2016, he was a color commentator for the NFL on CBS, joining his father as part of the CBS broadcasting team. In 2021, he began to co-host Peacock’s Sunday Night Football Final.