Natalie Morales English Actress
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Natalie Morales in established American actress. She began her career in the Middleman (ABC Family Series) and White Collar (USA Network Series). She appeared in features films in the year 2010, like Going the Distance and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. She is currently essaying a role in The Grinder, the Fox comedy Series. A native of Florida, Natalie is of Cuban descent. She went to St. Agatha Catholic School and later joined Southwest Miami Senior High School. She is an alumnus of Dow Jones Minority High School (University of Miami). She had pursued journalism. Natalie had made a guest appearance on the show, CSI: Miami in the year 2006 and had played a role in the video game version of the MTV television series, Pimp My Ride. Natalie’s first and most important role was in the sci-fi comedy, The Middleman that aired on the ABC Network. In the series she essayed the character of Wendy Watson. The Middleman was adapted from a comic book by its name. She also produced the web series, Quitters, and it was selected by the 3rd annual ITV Fest. Natalie joined white collar, the USA Network Television series, in which she portrayed the role of the FBI agent, Lauren Cruz. Later in the year 2010, she started appearing in Parks and Recreations, a sitcom by the NBC.

She essayed the role of Aziz Ansari’s girlfriend, Lucy, the bartender. She did a guest appearance in Doctor Who. Natalie was casted as the best friend of Chelsea in the film, ‘Are you there Chelsea?’, and she also made a short appearance in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. She also played the role of Dev Patel’s girlfriend in The Newsroom, directed by Aaron Sorkin Aaron Benjamin Sorkin is an American producer, pla >> Read More... Aaron Sorkin . The American Television Series, The Middleman, was developed by Javier Grillo Marxuach and inspired from the Comic series, The Viper. Natalie Morales was featured in the comedy television series Grinder, created by Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul. The show was premiered on 29th September 2015. The series became a huge hit that Fox ordered a surplus of six scripts for the initial season until 19 episodes. The series was based on the story of Dean Sanderson, who returns to his homeland after the ending of his long-running television stint. Dean is not a good lawyer, but funny though Mr. Sanderson believes that playing one on the television could help him in getting qualified to practice law. Later he decides to join his brother’s law, Sanderson’s & Yao.