Originally from Houston, Texas, Julia Morales Clark (born April 12, 1985) is a sports anchor and reporter for AT&T SportsNet Southwest, as well as a sideline reporter for the Houston Astros and a pregame and postgame talk show host.

She is now in her ninth season as a broadcaster for the Astros and the Rockets of Major League Baseball. Previously, she worked as a reporter for Time Warner Cable News before accepting her position with AT&T SportsNet Southwest.

During her career, she broadcasted major sporting events like the Super Bowl, the NBA Finals, and the World Series, among others.

Morales formerly worked as a reporter for KTEN-TV in Sherman, Texas, KYTX CBS 19 in Tyler, Texas, and Your News Now in Austin, Texas, before joining AT&T SportsNet Southwest.

The University of Texas graduate was a member of the University of Texas Poms spirit organization while at the university. In 2005, she was on the sidelines when the Longhorns won the national title in Pasadena, California.

Julia Morales Parents

She was born in Crandall, Texas, to her steadfast father Victor M. Morales, and steadfast mother Dani Morales.

Meet Victor Morales and Dani Morales

Victor ran for the United States Senate in Texas as a Democrat in 1996. In addition, he likes dancing. As for her mother, not much is known about her.

Julia also has a younger brother, Jesse Morales, who is well-known.

He is a well-known professional dancer as well as an actor. Jesse also likes riding his motorcycle. He’s worked with Mariah Carey as a dancer.


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