Natalie Morales-Rhodes is an American journalist working for NBC News. She is the Today Show West Coast anchor and appears on other programs including Dateline NBC and NBC Nightly News. In August 2016, after the Rio Summer Olympics, Morales moved to Los Angeles, where she became both the Today show's West Coast anchor, Billy Bush's replacement as host of Access Hollywood and Access Hollywood Live, while continuing as a correspondent for Dateline.
|Born:||Natalie Leticia Morales, June 6, 1972, Taipei, Taiwan|
|Residence:||Brentwood, California, U.S.|
|Alma mater:||Rutgers University|
|Notable credit(s):||Today co-anchor and national correspondent (2006–2011), Today news anchor and third hour co-anchor (2011–2016), Today West Coast anchor (2016–present), Access host (2016–2019)|
|Website:||Natalie Morales (journalist)'s Official site|
|Twitter:||Natalie Morales (journalist)'s Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Natalie Morales (journalist)'s IMDb|
|Rotten Tomatoes:||Natalie Morales (journalist)'s Rotten Tomatoes|
About Natalie Morales
Today Show news anchor who worked on several mainstream news programs including Dateline and NBC Nightly News. In 2016, she replaced Billy Bush as the host of Access Hollywood.
Her first major position was as a journalist for MSNBC in 2002.
She has hosted several beauty pageants, including Miss USA 2010 and Miss Universe 2010.
She married Joe Rhodes in 1998, and the couple had two sons together.
She worked on the NBC news program Rock Center with Brian Williams.
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