Heather Storm Profile
Heather Storm is an American Host/Travel Writer/Producer/Spokeswoman/Model/Manager working with the show, On the Road where she holds the role of host. The show began on the 14th of December 2021 on her youtube channel. She is best known for her role as a host in the Garage Squad series.
Heather Storm Age
Storm was born on May 24 1986 in West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States of America. She is therefore 37 years old as of 2023.
Heather Storm Height
Storm stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Heather Storm Family
Storm was born in Philadelphia and raised in Montana to her loving and caring parents, Dan and Phyllis Trotta. When Heather was around 12 years old, she moved with her family from the big city of Philadelphia to a small town in Montana. There, she went from riding bikes down narrow alleyways to floating down wide fresh spring creeks and getting completely flipped upside down.
Storm stated that saying life changed drastically would be an understatement and wasn’t too happy with the change. She, however, eventually adapted, and what she thought was a hindrance as a teenager became a strength for her. Heather states that a lot of her strength comes from her father who instilled in her the importance of being an independent young girl.
She states that her father taught her how to shoot guns, learn how to remodel their house, use tools, and life skills that proved invaluable to her. Her interest in automobiles began when she was a young girl at 11 years old as a result of working with her father. During her childhood years, camping and hiking were regular activities for her. She then developed a deep appreciation for nature.
Heather Storm Husband
Information about Storm’s dating life is not known for she has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight. It is therefore not known if Heather is engaged to someone or whether she is married. It is also not known if she has any children.
Heather Storm’s Net Worth
Storm has an estimated net worth of $1.7 million which she has earned through her successful career as a Host/Travel Writer/Producer/Spokeswoman/Model/Manager.
Heather Storm Career
Storm serves as a host in her own show, On the Road. Previously, she was hosting her own show titled, Drive Yourself Local on the program’s youtube channel. Asides from this, she also has a website of her own, heatherstorm.com, where she writes about her travelling journey and the shows she has hosted. She is, however, best known for hosting the On the Road series from the first season in 2014 till the fifth season in 2019 when she left the series. Storm attended Oregon State University. There, she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science.
Heather states that working as a host and producer, she loves to immerse herself in the story. Her interests are very diverse and she dives into each of them with passion and a keen willingness to learn. In her career, she has done stories of vintage cars and road trips, healthy cooking, and unique cocktails. Asides from this, she has shared her life both off and on the road. She states that one will find podcasts, videos, and blogs capturing her adventures.
After her graduation from the University, she went on to work in Puerto Rico on sustainable tourism initiatives. There, she spent most of her free time exploring the local beaches and surfing. Heather describes Puerto Rico as magical. She states that despite loving to live on the island, she felt compelled towards more. Later on, she moved to Los Angeles and began down the entertainment bit.
Between her classes and auditions, she kept her head above water by working hard. She was a model brand ambassador, model, luxury spirit portfolio manager, and co-founder of the boutique event company, Black LAB. Heather was diligently working her way up in entertainment and had appeared in over 50 national commercials and hosted dozens of direct-response commercials. Being a writer and producer of the travel series, Drive Yourself Local, she explored America in her classic Mustang. This was while sharing slices of local culture.
Asides from this, she has produced and hosted the EDM cocktails series “The MixDown” on Complex TV. The series had over 180 million impressions. She also interviewed both newcomers and MMA legends as a reporter and news correspondent for My Combat Channel. Asides from co-hosting the Discovery/Velocity series, Garage Squad, she was also the co-host of the podcast, Man Seeks Adventure. She co-hosts the program with former Car Warriors star Brad Fanshaw and ACURA Executive Creative Director Dave Marek.
In the show, the trio talks about travel, cars, and food. Asides from this, she is the executive producer of Autos. This series pairs her with Jim Cunningham as they explore car shows in different areas. Asides from this, she gives the audience a lot of information about the culture surrounding the automobiles they find during their explorations. She also produces multi-media content for her lifestyle blog, On the Road. Storm states that she wants to explore and experience all there is in life.
She was also hosting her own show, Drive Yourself Local, on he shows youtube channel. There, she was the primary host. In the year 2018, she took her 2892-2 barrel Ford Mustang on the road across America. This was while filming footage for her audience on Drive Yourself Local. In the course of her career, she has made appearances in television films and movies such as:
- Garage Squad
- Drive Yourself Local
- A-Holes Anonymous
- Walk of Shame
- Bad Breakdancer 1000 Ways to Die
- Death: Putting the ‘Fun’ in ‘Funeral’
- Stupid Is as Death Does
- It’s Effin’ Science
- Surviving Disaster
- Home Invasion
- Rush Hour 3
- Epic Movie
Heather Storm Garage Squad
Storm is best known for serving as a host of the series, Garage Squad. She hosted the series from its first season in 2014 and left the series in 2019 after the fifth season. The reasons she left the series are unknown but she stated that she wished she could explore more but every good thing has to come to an end. The series was airing on Discovery’s MotorTrend Network, Street Tuner on Speed TV. She has also appeared as a guest on Jay Leno’s Garage.
The fans of Garage Squad were disappointed by the new changes. The viewers of the series loved how she expressed her enthusiasm for cars. This was as she appeared alongside other members that include Joe Zolper, and Bruno Massel. Her position was taken over by Motorcyclist Cristy Lee.
Lee is one of the most famous ladies in the automobile industry and was part of MotorTend’s Garage squad girls. The vice president of production and development at MotorTrend TV, David Lee, thanked Heather for her contribution to the television series’ previous seasons.