Natalie Morales Biography | Wikipedia
Natalie Morales is a well-known American actress and director. Moreover, she starred in the ABC Family series The Middleman and had a main role in the first season of the USA Network series White Collar. Additionally, in 2010, she appeared in the feature films Wall Street, Money Never Sleeps and Going the Distance.
Natalie Morales Age|Birthday
Morales is 38 years old as of 2023. Besides, she was born on February 15, 1985, in Kendall, Florida, United States of America. Therefore, she celebrates her birthday on 15th February every year.
Natalie Morales Height |weight
Morales has an average body height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 meters) tall. Additionally, she weighs 59 kilograms (130 pounds).
Natalie Morales Family | Parents | Siblings
As a native of Miami, Florida, Morales is of Cuban descent. Additionally, she was born and raised to her parents though she has not revealed their names in the public.
Nationality | Ethnicity
Morales belongs to the American nationality. The actress belongs to the Cuban ethnic background.
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Morales stated on social media that she identifies as queer on June 30, 2017. Besides, she uses she/they pronouns.
Natalie Morales Career
Moreover, she had a starring role in the Fox comedy series The Grinder, the NBC sitcom Abby’s, and recurring roles in the NBC sitcom Parks and as well Recreation, HBO’s The Newsroom, and the Netflix series Dead to Me. Additionally, her directorial debut film, the teen comedy Plan B, was released May 28, 2021, on Hulu. Besides, she directed Language Lessons, a film she co-wrote with Mark Duplass and stars in. Likewise, it premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and was released in September 2021.
She had a guest appearance on CSI: Miami (2006), and played a character in Pimp My Ride that year, a video game version of the MTV television series. Furthermore, her first major role was in The Middleman, a sci-fi dramedy which premiered on the ABC Family network for one season. Besides, she starred as Wendy Watson; the series became adapted from the comic book, The Middleman. Moreover, she starred in and executive produced a Web series, titled Quitters. Likewise, the series was an official selection of the 3rd annual ITVFest (Independent Television Festival) in Los Angeles (August 2008).
Additionally in 2009, she joined the cast of the USA Network television series White Collar for the first season. Besides, she portrayed Lauren Cruz, a junior FBI agent. Later in May 2010, after her dismissal from the White Collar cast, Morales started appearing as a regular in the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation. Likewise, she appeared in Oliver Stone’s 2010 film, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, a sequel to his 1987 film Wall Street.
Moreover, she was cast as Chelsea Handler’s best friend in Are You There, Chelsea? She left the series when the cast became replaced for creative reasons. Besides, she appeared on Aaron Sorkin’s HBO drama, The Newsroom, guest-starring as Kaylee, known as the girlfriend of Dev Patel’s character, Neal. Morales joined the cast of Trophy Wife as Meg, Kate’s best friend in 2013.
Her current television series is the NBC multi-camera sitcom Abby’s, created by Josh Malmuth and also executive produced by Parks and Recreation creator Michael Schur. In addition, their third series for the network, it aired on March 28, 2019. Morales was cast as Michelle in the second season of the Netflix black comedy series Dead to Me later that year in 2019.
Morales directed teen comedy Plan B starring Victoria Moroles and Kuhoo Verma in 2021. Likewise, the story revolves around two teens searching for the plan b pill after a night of a regrettable first sexual encounter. Furthermore, the film received critical acclaim with critics praising Morales’ direction such as Linda Holmes of NPR.
That same year she besides directed the drama film Language Lessons in 2021 which she co-wrote with writer-director Mark Duplass. Additionally, they both star in the feature, which they filmed through the COVID-19 pandemic. Likewise, the film is set over Zoom as a Spanish teacher communicates with her student (Duplass). Later, the film had its debut at the 71st Berlin International Film Festival (March of 2021) to positive reviews, and was released in September 2021.
Natalie Morales Education
She went to St. Agatha Catholic School and Southwest Miami Senior High School. In addition, she participated in the University of Miami’s Dow Jones Minority High School Journalism Workshop.
- 2010 The Time Machine
- 2011 6 Month Rule
- 2012 Freeloaders
- 2017 Battle of the Sexes
- 2018 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
- 2019 Stuber Nicole Manning
- 2021 The Little Things
- 2023 No Hard Feelings
- 2006 CSI: Miami
- 2008 Quitters
- 2008 The Middleman
- 2009 Boldly Going Nowhere Ruby
- 2009 Rockville CA
- 2009–2010 White Collar
- 2010 The Subpranos Beatrice Ramirez
- 2010–2015 Parks and Recreation
- 2011 The Cape
- 2012 The Newsroom Kaylee
- 2012–2013 90210 Ashley Howard
- 2013–2014 Trophy Wife
- 2014–2015 Girls Clementine
- 2015–2016 The Grinder
- 2017 Grace and Frankie
- 2017 Powerless
- 2017 Crashing
- 2017 Imaginary Mary
- 2017 Making History Mona
- 2017–2019 Santa Clarita Diet
- 2017–2018 BoJack Horseman
- 2018 Alex, Inc.
- 2018 Room 104
- 2018 Dream Corp, LLC
- 2019 Abby’s Abby
- 2019 Sunnyside
- 2019 Harley Quinn
- 2020 Dead to Me
- 2020 Home Movie: The Princess Bride
- 2020–2022 Solar Opposites
- 2021–2022 Mr. Mayor
- 2021–2022 Rugrats Betty DeVille (voice)
- 2022 Firebuds
Natalie Morales Net worth| Salary
Morale has an estimated net worth of $16 million approximately. However, she has not revealed her total salary in the public.
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