Natalie Morales stars as Abby, a no-nonsense bar owner who has found her true calling hosting friends and newcomers at her unlicensed, makeshift bar in her backyard, on the new NBC comedy "Abby's."
Morales is an actress, writer, filmmaker and activist. Her recent film credits include "Battle of the Sexes," opposite Emma Stone and Steve Carell, and Sony's "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse." Morales recurred on Aaron Sorkin's HBO series "The Newsroom," as well as "Girls" and "Parks and Recreation."
Morales has also starred on "Santa Clarita Diet" and recently directed an episode of "Room 104." Morales voices Yolanda Buenaventura on Netflix’s popular animated series "BoJack Horseman."
Additional television credits include "The Grinder," "Trophy Wife," "White Collar" and "The Middleman." Morales also created, directed and starred alongside Michaela Watkins, Martin Starr and Paget Brewster in the Funny or Die series "James Joyce’s Love Letters."
Morales is a proud member of Everytown for Gun Safety’s Creative Council. She was also featured on Out magazine’s Out 100 list in 2018.