María Celeste Net Worth 2022 – Earnings, Salary, Boyfriend

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María Celeste Arrarasl is a Puerto Rican broadcaster. María Celeste net worth is $25 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. However, it is not possible to make an exact calculation about the fortune of this great broadcaster.




Name:María Celeste Arrarás Mangual
Age:61 years
Nationality: Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
Date of birth:September 27, 1960
Occupation:Broadcaster
Parents:José Enrique Arrarás, Astrid Mangual
Spouse(s):Manny Arvesu (m. 1996–2004)
Children:Adrian Arvesu, Lara Giuiliana Arvesu, Julian Arvesu
Annual:$1.6 million
Salary:$8 Million
Net Worth: $2 million
Last updated:2022

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How did the journalist María Celeste Arráras make her fortune?

Puerto Rican journalist María Celeste Arráras is the highest-paid Latina presenter on television. She has built her fortune of 25 million dollars with her excellent work as a communicator for the Telemundo network. She is also the author of three books, “The magic cane,” “Live your life at the Red Hot,” and “Selena’s Secret,” which is a great success.

In 2014, Arráras renegotiated her contract with Telemundo for $1.6 million annually for hosting Al Rojo Vivo, according to Infraganti Magazine. In addition to one million dollars for presenting Noticiero Telemundo and bonuses of 100 thousand dollars for May and November, months in which the Nielsen rating is measured.

As if that were not enough, Telemundo announced the extension of the multi-year contract with Arráras as host and editorial director of Al Rojo Vivo. 

“Years ago, I bet that Telemundo would become the number one Hispanic television network, which came true. It is an honor that the chain’s executives continue to give me a vote of confidence and support my career,” Arráras told Telemundo in 2016. “I am ready to focus all my energies on this new era of Al Rojo Vivo and resume my duties. As editorial director of the program, I had to delegate to others to collaborate with Noticiero Telemundo.”

It is worth mentioning that Telemundo opened its new headquarters in Miami this April. Now Telemundo boasts an intelligent building of almost 46,4515 square meters designed to concentrate news and entertainment content production and transmission.

How did María Celeste Arráras become famous?

Arráras began her career as a reporter for a newscast in Puerto Rico in 1986. But fame surprised her when she joined the Primer Impacto program and Myrka Dellanos for the Univision network. Arráras’ popularity continued to grow, but more than one of them was surprised when she announced her departure after ten years on the show.

The presenter went to the competition. In 2002, the same year that she said goodbye to Univision, Arráras premiered El Rojo Vivo with María Celeste Arráras . Arráras has also made the crossover as a communicator on the NBC network. The communicator has been a guest co-anchor on the Today Show, Dateline, and Nightly News.

María Celeste Arráras has three Emmy Awards.

In 2005, Arrarás became the first Latina journalist to receive a national Emmy Award. In total, she has three Emmys. She was also honored with the Silver Circle Award, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, for her significant contributions to the television industry over more than 25 years.

Arrarás, who has been a prominent figure on Hispanic TV and has received several awards, has been highlighted by publications such as The New York Times, The Miami Herald, The Chicago Tribune, and The Washington Post and has appeared several times on the cover of the People magazine in Spanish.

Below you can see the list of awards that Arráras has received 2005 Emmy Award.
  • Premio Silver Circle de la National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences,2013
  • Emmy Award to the Telemundo News crew in 2014 and 2016
  • Award of Excellence in Hispanic Television, Broadcasting & Cable magazine and Multichannel News, 2013
  • Paseo de los Grandes in Mexico City, 2003
  • Best Journalist Dedicated to Doing Good Through Social Media, LATISM, 2013
  • Your World Award, 2013
  • People Award for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, 2001.
  • National Ark Trust Fund Genesis Award, 1999
  • The Monterey Bay Aquarium named her an “Environmental Hero” in 2009
  • “Defender of the Ocean,” Costa Salvaje organization, 2012
  • Rubén Salazar Communications Award, National Council of La Raza, 2016
María Celeste Arráras was a victim of identity theft, and her assistant stole thousands of dollars from her.

The same year that Arráras was divorcing real estate attorney Manny Arvesú, she discovered that her assistant and friend Nacy López had stolen from her for two years. The woman took over 270,000 dollars in personal expenses, and family trips, including her husband and three children, Diario Libre and People en Español reported.

Lopez spent $17,547.48 on the travel portal Expedia.com; $13,109.30 on the Disney Cruise; $10,586 worth of lingerie from Victoria’s Secret, plus $10,683.95 at Puppy Depot International, owned by her husband. She also paid $4,751.95 at Gilberto Hair Center to have hair extensions placed, among other treatments; $5,964.50 worth of tickets to St. Thomas, and another $2,747.46 to travel to Mexico, and she bought up to $1,327.50 price of tickets to see the Florida Marlins play.

In 2006, Arráras reached an agreement with López that guaranteed her freedom. The woman pleaded guilty to identity theft and grand theft and agreed to return more than $150,000 to Arrarás and almost $50,000 to Telemundo for travel expenses that López had passed to the chain on behalf of Arrarás.

Today, Arráras enjoys her money traveling with her three children worldwide. This year, they visited Abu Dhabi and Dubai, two of the most amazing cities in the United Arab Emirates.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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