Natalie Morales is an American actress. She is known for her work on the tv series Parks and Recreation and The Grinder. Morales was born in Miami, Florida, to Cuban parents. She has appeared in commercials for companies such as McDonald’s and Kmart. Morales made her television debut in the series Undressed.
She also appeared in the series The Middle, The League, and Trophy Wife. Morales has had guest roles in the tv series Castle, The Office, and Modern Family. In 2014, Morales was cast as the lead in the tv series The Grinder.
The series was canceled after one season. In 2016, Morales appeared in the film The Do-Over. She also had a role in the movie Why Him?.
Since then Natalie Morales has appeared in several television shows and films. In 2014, Morales began starring in the ABC comedy series Trophy Wife. The show was canceled after one season.
In 2016, Morales began starring in the NBC comedy series The Middle. The show was canceled after three seasons.
Natalie Morales Relationship Status
Natalie Morales is currently in a relationship with actor David Walton. The couple has one child together.
She also appeared in the tv series White Collar. Morales also appeared in the films The Proposal, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, and Girl in Progress. In 2013, Morales was cast as the lead in the tv series Trophy Wife. The series was canceled after one season. In 2016, her net worth was $4 million.
Morales was born in Kendall, Florida, and is of Cuban descent. She attended the University of Florida. Morales made her television debut in 2006, as a guest star in an episode of the police procedural drama CSI: Miami. She went on to guest-star in a number of other television shows, including The Middle, Castle, Royal Pains, and Suits.
In 2009, Morales was cast as a series regular on the NBC comedy series Parks and Recreation, playing the role of Lucy Navarro. She appeared in 53 episodes of the show over five seasons.
From 2015 to 2016, Morales starred as Marisol Silva in the Fox comedy series The Grinder. She also had a recurring role on the USA Network drama series White Collar from 2010 to 2012.
In addition to her television work, Morales has also appeared in the films Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010), Girl in Progress (2012), and The Longest Ride (2015).