Natalie Morales Bio, Age, Wife, Home, Net, Salary, The Talk, NBC

Biography of Natalie Morales

Natalie Morales is an American journalist who currently co-hosts and moderates the CBS Daytime talk show The Talk. Prior to that, Morales spent 22 years at NBC News in various roles, including West Coast host of Today and appearances on Dateline NBC and NBC Nightly News.

How old is Natalie Morales? – Age

She is 50 years old on June 6, 2022. She was born in 1972 in Taipei City, Taipei, Taiwan. Her real name is Natalie Morales-Rhodes.

Natalie Morales Family – Education

Morales was born in Puerto Rico to a Puerto Rican mother, Penelope, and a Brazilian father, Lt. Col. Mario Morales, Jr. She speaks Spanish and Portuguese and spent the first eighteen years of her life as a “US Air Force kid” in the United States and overseas 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 of Arts in Journalism and Media Studies and Latin American Studies. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and graduated with honors.

How long has Natalie Morales been married? – Does Morales have children?

On August 22, 1998, Morales married Joseph Rhodes. Morales gave birth to her son, Josh, by Caesarean section at St. Mary’s Hospital in Hoboken in November 2003. Luke Hudson, their second son, was born in late 2008.

Natalie Morales House

They bought a $1 million home in Hoboken, New Jersey in 2002, then expanded it to 3,600 square feet in 2008. Once Morales was named presenter of West Coast Today Today in June 2016, the family listed their townhouse in Hoboken and moved to Brentwood, California the following month. The townhouse sold for $3.1 million in October.

Net worth of Natalie Morales

She has an estimated net worth of $18 million.

How much is Natalie Morales paid? – Salary

She earns an annual salary of $6 million.

Natalie Morales The Speech

Morales announced her departure from NBC News after 22 years in October 2021, and it was reported that she would join CBS daytime talk show The Talk as co-host and permanent moderator. Morales will join CBS News as a reporter in October 2022, it was revealed.

Natalie MoralesPhoto

Natalie Morales NBC News – MSNBC

She also co-hosted and reported on the Emmy-nominated documentary Preserve Our Sound, a collaboration with WNBC about the preservation of Long Island Sound. Spanish daily El Diario La Prensa named her one of the 50 Most Important Latinas in 1999 for her news coverage and reporting. Morales previously worked behind the scenes at Court TV for two years.

From 2002 to 2006, Morales worked as an anchor and correspondent for MSNBC. She covered the 2004 presidential election, the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, the torture of Iraqi prisoners, Operation Iraqi Freedom, the space shuttle Columbia crash, the blackout from 2003, the DC sniper assaults from 2002, and the investigation and prosecution of Scott Peterson. She was also named one of Hispanic magazine’s Leading Trendsetters in 2003.

Morales joined the Today Show as a national correspondent in 2006 and was named the show’s third-hour co-anchor in March 2008. On May 9, 2011, it was reported that Morales would follow Ann Curry as an anchor of Today’s News when she took over from Meredith Vieira. as a host in June 2011. Morales said in 2016 that he would travel west to host Access and become Today’s west coast anchor. Morales resigned from hosting Access in 2019 and remained on Today.