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|Birth date:||September 27, 1960|
|Birth place:||Mayagüez, Puerto Rico|
|Education:||Loyola University New Orleans|
|Nationality:||American, Puerto Rican|
|Spouse:||Manny Arvesu (m. 1996–2004)|
|Children:||Adrian Arvesu, Julian Arvesu, Lara Giuiliana Arvesu|
|Parents:||José Enrique Arrarás|
|Siblings:||Patricia Arrarás, Astrid Arrarás, Francisco Naranjo, Enrique Antonio Arrarás, Percy Naranjo, Isabel Celeste Arrarás, José Enrique, Jr. Arrarás, Gabriel Enrique Arrarás|
Maria Celeste Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Maria Celeste Arraras was born on the 27th September 1960, in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, and is a three time Emmy-awarded journalist, best known to the world as the host of the TV show “Al Rojo Vivo con Maria Celeste”, which is extremely popular throughout the USA and Latin American countries, with more than 35 million viewers a day.
Have you ever wondered how rich Maria Celeste is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Maria’s net worth is as high as $8 million, earned through her career in the entertainment industry. Maria has also authored several books, including “Selena‘s Secret: The Revealing Story Behind Her Tragic Death” (1997), about the death of the famed singer Selena Quintanilla, sales of which also contributed to her net worth.
Maria Celeste Net Worth $8 Million
Maria is the first born child to Jose Enrique Arraras and his wife Astrid Mangual; she later got eight siblings, two of whom are from her mother’s second marriage. While in her teens, Maria was an aspiring swimmer, and won three medals at the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships. She also qualified for the Summer Olympics in 1976 held in Montreal, Canada; unfortunately she didn’t participate due to mononucleosis. Two years later, she left Puerto Rico for the mainland USA, and enrolled Loyola University in New Orleans, graduating with a degree in Communications.
Her career began in 1986 when she joined the local TV station in Puerto Rico, Channel 24, in news anchor and reporter positions. While working for the station, Maria traveled throughout the world, covering numerous events, and was rewarded journalistic awards for her work.
Just a year later, she was offered a position as co-anchor by the Univision affiliate in New York City. Soon she switched to became Univision’s Los Angeles Bureau Chief, and in 1990 was appointed as the national news anchor for the weekend edition on Noticiero Univision.
Two years later, Maria became co-anchor of the show “Primer Impacto”, alongside Myrka Dellanos. The show became extremely popular over the years, increasing her net worth by a large margin. She served as the co-anchor until 2002, when she decided to leave the station and join Telemundo, which is an archrival of Univision. She immediately took several positions, including the co-host of the “Today” show, and as host and managing editor of the show “Al Rojo Vivo con Maria Celeste”. Little by little she expanded her presence to English language shows, and in 2004 she co-hosted the Brown-Black Democratic Presidential Debate in Iowa for MSNBC, and has also contributed to numerous shows on NBC, including “Dateline” and “Nightly News”, among others. Her appearance in shows has increased their popularity, and cemented Maria’s place in the entertainment industry. In 2012 Maria was appointed as co-anchor of the Noticiero Telemundo, with Jose Diaz-Balart, where she worked for the next four years, but in 2016 she left the show to fully focus on her own show “Al Rojo Vivo con Maria Celeste”.
Most recently she was a panelist for the Republican Party presidential debate held in Houston.
During her career, Maria has received numerous prestigious awards, including three Emmy Awards, the first Emmy in 2005 for her career achievements, and then in 2014 and 2016 her second and third Emmy awards. In 2013 she was the recipient of the Silver Circle Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for her outstanding career in journalism, among many other awards.
Regarding her personal life, Maria was married to Manny Arevesu from 1990 until 2004; she now lives with their three children in Miami.
Maria is a well-known activist; throughout her career she has been the voice of several organizations, including Para la Naturaleza, PETA, Autism Speaks, The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International, among others.
More about Annamaria Celeste:
|The Jim Gaffigan Show||2015||TV Series||Maria Celeste Arraras|
|La Chispa de Chef Carmen Gonzalez||2012||TV Series||Guest|
|Al rojo vivo con María Celeste||2009||TV Series producer - 1 episode|
|Habla y Vota||2016||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|Eva La Trailera||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|Batalla en la Frontera||2015||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|Bajo el mismo cielo||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Today||2008-2014||TV Series||Herself - Correspondent / Herself - Guest 3rd Hour Co-Anchor|
|2011 ALMA Awards||2011||TV Special||Herself|
|Premios Billboard de la música latina||2010||TV Movie||Herself|
|The New America||2010||TV Movie||Herself|
|Al rojo vivo con María Celeste||2007-2009||TV Series||Herself - Host / Herself / Herself - Reporter / ...|
|Más sabe el diablo||2009||TV Series||Herself|
|Viva Hollywood!||2008||TV Series|
|2007 Billboard Latin Music Awards||2007||TV Special||Herself|
|2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards||2006||TV Special||Herself|
|2005 Billboard Latin Music Awards||2005||TV Special||Herself|
|Los 50 más bellos de People en Español||2005||TV Short||Herself|
|2004 Hispanic Heritage Awards||2004||TV Special||Herself|
|Miss Universe Pageant||2003||TV Special||Herself - Judge|
|Ver para creer||2001||TV Series documentary||Host (2001-2002)|
|Al rojo vivo||1997||Host|
|Primer impacto: edición nocturna||1994||TV Series||Host (1994-2002)|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2016||Emmy||News & Documentary Emmy Awards||Outstanding Investigative Journalism in Spanish||Batalla en la Frontera (2015)||· Christopher Albert (field producer)|
· Angela Almeida (producer)
· Daffodil Altan (producer)
· Jaime Aseencio (field producer)
· Alix Aspe (field producer)
· Andrew Becker (producer)
· Monica Cordova (producer)
· Rachel de Leon (associate producer)
· Paul Dougherty (field producer)
· Philip Geyelin Jr. (field producer)
· Judith Greenberg (senior producer)
· Sam Griffin (field producer)
· Mauricio Gutierrez (field producer)
· Marshall Hausfeld (field producer)
· Sean Healy (field producer)
· Scott Hooker (senior executive producer)
· Manuel Iglesias (field producer)
· Jason Jaacks
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|1||Since her departure from Univision in early 2002, Miss Arraras has become the hostess and managing editor of a Telemundo news/entertainment program called 'Al Rojo Vivo,' which airs opposite her old show. [April 2002]|
|2||Is an advocate for animal rights.|
|3||Graduate of Loyola University in New Orleans, Lousiana, USA where she majored in journalism|
|4||Resigned from 'Primer Impacto' after nearly 8 years as its co-host, along with Myrka Dellanos. No reason has yet been given for her departure. [February 2002]|
|5||Has two children with her husband, Manny Aravseu, son Julian and daughter Lara Giuiliana. She also was one of the first Latina celebrities to adopt a child from the many orphanages in Eastern Europe. She adopted a one-year old Russian boy named Vadim in 2000.|
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