Daniel Ciarrocchi, a graduate of Owings Mills High School, is a contestant on the show Jeopardy!
He is 36 years old and won against two other contestants, Toni Van Kampen and Madeleine McKenna, in the Final Jeopardy round.
Daniel Ciarrocchi is a graduate of Owings Mills High School, Loyola University Maryland, and Towson University.
He started writing for Bleacher Report in 2010, focusing on NFL columns, free agency work, drafts, fantasy football, and post-game analysis.
He later worked as a freelance writer for several companies, including PFF and SB Nation, and as an Evaluations Writer for Silvergate Evaluations Inc.
After his writing career, Daniel worked as a Copywriter and Administrative Assistant for GSG and as an Editor for Morgan Stanley.
He currently works as a freelance writer for Silvergate Evaluations Inc.
Daniel won $16,001 on the April 17, 2023 episode of Jeopardy by wagering $7,201 on the English literature question.
He prepared for the show by reading encyclopedias and almanacs and reviewing the “J! Archive” clues created by fans.
Daniel’s LinkedIn profile indicates he has over 11 years of experience in writing, editing, and authoring.
He has worked with several well-known companies and earned a substantial amount due to his one-day winning on Jeopardy.