Natalie Morales-Rhodes is a journalist based in the United States. She is now a co-host and moderator on CBS’s daytime chat show The Talk. Previously, Morales worked for NBC News as the West Coast host of Today, as well as on Dateline NBC and NBC Nightly News.
Morales relocated to Los Angeles in August 2016, following the Rio Summer Olympics, to serve as the West Coast anchor of Today and as Billy Bush’s replacement as host of Access Hollywood and Access Hollywood Live, while continuing as a correspondent for Dateline.
Facts Of Natalie Morales
|Full Name||Natalie Morales-Rhodes|
|Dath Of Birth||June 6, 1972|
Natalie Morales Height, Weight, & Measurements
- Height- 5’6” (168cm)
- weight- 128 lbs (58kg)
- Hair Color-Blonde
- Eye Color-Black
Morales was born in Taiwan to Penelope, a Brazilian mother, and Lieutenant Colonel Mario Morales, Jr., a Puerto Rican father. She is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese and spent the first eighteen years as a “US Air Force brat” in the United States and abroad in Panama, Brazil, and Spain. She graduated from Caesar Rodney High School in Camden, Delaware, in 1990.
Morales graduated from Rutgers University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and media studies with Latin American studies. She was a Phi Beta Kappa member and received a summa cum laude diploma.
Morales worked for Chase Bank after graduation before pursuing a career in media. She began her on-air career as the first-morning anchor at News 12 – The Bronx. She worked alongside Roberto Soto, the station’s first news director, and founding studio directors Tom D’Elia, Brian Webb, Darryl Stith, and David Rein. She also worked as a camera operator, editor, and producer for that network.
Morales announced her departure from NBC News after 22 years in October 2021, and it was confirmed that she would become a permanent co-host and moderator on CBS’s daytime talk show The Talk.
Natalie Morales Net Worth
Natalie Morales is an American journalist who has a net worth of $18 million.
Interesting facts about Natalie Morales
- Natalie Morales co-hosted and reported for the Emmy-nominated documentary, Save Our Sound, a joint production with WNBC on preserving the Long Island Sound.
- Natalie Morales covered a number of major news stories there including the 2004 Presidential election, the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, the Iraqi prisoner abuse, Operation Iraqi Freedom, the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, the Northeast Blackout of 2003, the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks and the investigation and trial of Scott Peterson. Additionally, she was named one of Hispanic Magazine’s Top Trendsetters of 2003.
Favorite Quotes from Natalie Morales
”In high school, I did a little track and field and ran on my own. In college, I would run every now and again, but I didn’t have enough time to be devoted to it.”-Natalie Morales
Social Media Link
- Twitter- Twitter.com/nataliemorales
- Instagram- Instagram.com/nataliemoralesloves
Frequently Asked Questions About Natalie Morales
Who is Natalie Morales?
Natalie Morales is an American journalist.
How old is Natalie Morales?
She Is 49 Year old.