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Natalie Morales net worth:
$8.5 Million

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Birth date: June 6, 1972
Birth place: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Height:5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)
Profession:Journalist, Television producer, Actor
Spouse:Joe Rhodes (m. 1998)
Children:Joseph Stockton Rhodes, Luke Hudson Rhodes

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Natalie Leticia Morales was born on the 6th June 1972, in Taipei, Taiwan. She is best known for being an American journalist, who currently hosts the TV show named “Today” on the NBC networks, and she appears in the NBC’s “Dateline” and “Nightly News” as well. She has been an active member of the entertainment industry since 1994.

Have you ever wondered how rich Natalie Morales is? It is authoritively estimated that the overall size of Natalie Morales’ net worth is over $8.5 million, with the main source being her career in journalism and the entertainment industry. Her annual salary is now over $2 million, so there is no doubt that her wealth will become higher in the coming years.

Natalie Morales Net Worth $8.5 Million

Natalie Morales is the only child of USAF Lt. Col. Mario Morales, Jr., who is from Puerto Rico, and Penelope Morales, who is from Brazil. Thus, Natalie spent his childhood in Spain, Brazil and Panama as her father was posted around, and so she is fluent in Spanish and Portugal along with English. After receiving her childhood education in her hometown, she moved to mainland USA to continue her education at Rutgers University, from which she graduated with a BA degree with good honors in Latin American languages and Journalism. During her studies she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and side-by-side with her education, Natalie played the piano.

After graduation from college, she found her first job at Chase Bank and started earning money. However, he became focused on a career as a journalist, and was hired as a co-anchor of the morning program and reporter\anchor of the weekend news on WVIT-TV in Hartford, Connecticut. While there, she covered the September 2001 attacks, and also Hurricane Floyd and the 2000 Presidential election. Natalie also hosted a documentary “Save Our Sound”, which was created with WNBC.

In 2002, she was appointed as correspondent for the MSNBC, which significantly increased her net worth and her popularity as well. While working for the MSNBC, Natalie covered major news such as 2004 Presidential elections, Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2004 Summer Olympic Games, and also the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.

In 2006, a better job opportunity knocked on her door, as she was asked to join the NBC as its correspondent. Two years later she became the co-anchor of the third hour of the “Today” show. Her career at NBC continued to develop, and in 2011 she was appointed as the co-anchor of the “Today” show, replacing Ann Curry in that position.

To speak further of her various appearances on TV, she hosted Miss USA 2010 and also the Miss Universe 2010 pageant. Furthermore, she appeared as a fact checker on the reality show “Marriage Reff”. In recent years, she was featured in the film “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No” (2015), as herself.

Thanks to her successful career as a journalist, Natalie has received several awards and recognitions, including the “Groundbreaking Latina in Media” award in 2007, by Catalina Magazine.
If to talk about her personal life, Natalie has been married to Joseph Rhodes since August of 1998, and the couple has two sons. In free time she is an active athlete, who has participated in five marathons and triathlons, besides which she enjoys skiing. Currently, her residence is in Hoboken, New Jersey.

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Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2007 Daytime Emmy Daytime Emmy Awards Excellence in Morning Programming Today (1952) · Jim Bell (executive producer)
· Amy Rosenblum (senior producer)
· Noah Oppenheim (senior producer)
· Marc Victor (senior producer)
· Javier Morgado (supervising producer)
· Antoinette Machiaverna (producer)
· Jennie Thompson (producer)
· Richard Adams (producer)
· Max Paul (producer)
· Ian Wenger (producer)
· Jackie Olensky (producer)
· Alicia Ybarbo (producer)
· Laura Treciokas (producer)
· Karen Troset (producer)
· Matt Carluccio (producer)
· Federico S. Quadrani (producer)
· Brian Balthazar (producer)
· Jamie Zozarro (producer)
· Amanda Marshall Kinsey

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2013 Emmy News & Documentary Emmy Awards Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News Magazine Dateline NBC (1992) · David Corvo (senior executive producer)
· Elizabeth Cole (executive producer)
· Adam Gorfain (senior broadcast producer)
· Paul F. Ryan (senior producer)
· Ellen Mason (senior producer)
· Charmian Ling (senior producer)
· Allison Orr (senior producer)
· Allan Maraynes (senior investigative producer)
· Aretha Marshall (managing editor)
· Richard Latour (line producer)
· Susan Nalle (coordinating producer)
· Frank Shanbacker (senior operations producer)
· Anthony Galloway (supervising producer)
· Tom Keenan (producer)
· Justin Balding (producer)
· Tim Uehlinger (producer)
· Meade Jorgensen (producer)
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2012 People's Choice Award People's Choice Awards, USA Favorite Daytime TV Host Today (1952) · Al Roker
· Ann Curry
· Matt Lauer
· Savannah Guthrie
2010 Emmy News & Documentary Emmy Awards Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story - Long Form NBC News Special: The Inauguration of Barack Obama (2009) · Phil Alongi (executive producer)
· Bob Epstein (senior producer)
· Subrata De (senior producer)
· Naomi Karam (senior producer)
· Margie Lehrman (senior producer)
· Jim Gaines (director)
· Doug Adams (producer)
· John Baiata (producer)
· Justin Balding (producer)
· Tony Capra (producer)
· Gene Choo (producer)
· Steve Daniels (producer)
· Tory Duncan (producer)
· Missy Dunlop (producer)
· Lauren Fairbank (producer)
· Betsy Fischer (producer)
· Scott Foster (producer)
· Ro Freitas (producer)
· Charles Hadlock (producer)
· Al Henkel (p

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1 Lives in Hoboken, NJ [2005]
2 Hobbies include skiing.
3 Half-Brazilian.
4 Replaced Ann Curry as the Today (1952) Show's newsreader on June 9, 2011 after Curry became co-host.
5 Loves gummy bears.
6 Gave birth to her second son, Luke Hudson Rhodes, on September 9, 2008. He weighed 7 lbs. 4 oz.
7 Married by the Rev. Bossart at Phipps Mansion in Denver, Colorado.
8 Was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, NJ in 1994 with a double Bachelor's degree in Journalism & Mass Media and Latin American Studies.
9 Voted one of the 50 Most Influential Latinas by El Diario La Prensa in 1999
10 Has a son, Josh, with her husband, Joe Rhodes (Josh's full name is Joseph Steven Rhodes). Josh was born in 2004.
11 Speaks Spanish and Portuguese.
12 Hispanic Magazine named her one of the "Top Hispanics to Watch" in 2005.

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