Natalie Morales Net Worth and salary: Natalie Morales is an American journalist who has a net worth of $16 million. Born in 1972 in Taipei, Taiwan, Natalie Morales lived most of her childhood outside of the United States while her father served in the Air Force. Morales earned her degree in Latin American studies and journalism at Rutgers University in New Jersey before beginning her career in broadcast journalism. She got a job with Court TV and as a weekend reporter in Hartford, Connecticut, soon began working on the "Save Our Sound" documentary. Morales later began broadcasting the morning news in The Bronx, earning recognition as one of the most influential Latin women in the community. She served as a correspondent and anchor for four years on MSNBC where she covered major national and international news, including Operation Iraqi Freedom, the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, Scott Peterson's murder trial, and the 2004 election of George W. Bush. In 2006, Morales left MSNBC to take a job with the "Today" show. Two years later, she became the third hour's co-anchor, and later replaced Ann Curry as the news anchor in 2011. Morales co-anchored the "Macy's 4 July Fireworks Spectacular", has appeared on "The Marriage Ref", and hosted several beauty pageants in Las Vegas and Brazil, including Miss Universe 2010 and Miss Universe 2011. Morales, an enthusiastic triathlete, has been married to her husband, Joseph Rhodes, since 1998. They have two children together.
Natalie Morales Salary
What is Natalie Morales' salary? $6 million per year