Award-winning journalist Natalie Duddridge is an anchor-reporter for NY1.
Her career has come full circle after a brief internship at NY1 in 2009. Since then, she has worked as a journalist at several news outlets in her native Canada, including as a breaking news reporter for City News Toronto, in Canada's number one news market. She also worked as an anchor-reporter at CTV Ottawa, in Canada’s capital, and was as a reporter and weather personality for CTV Sudbury, Ontario.
Natalie got her on-air start in 2010, at CTV News in her hometown of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. One of her career highlights includes working for CTV Vancouver during the 2010 Olympic Games. She has also contributed to MTV, Much Music and Signature Airlines Magazine.
When Natalie is not busy chasing down breaking news stories, or filling in on the anchor desk, her passion is telling human interest stories and meeting inspiring people who are influencers in their communities. Her reporting has taken her from up into the sky in stunt planes, yo underground exploring nickel mines, as well to red carpet galas, sports championship games, and presidential campaigns.
Natalie graduated from Ryerson University in Toronto, where she studied Broadcast Journalism. She also attended the University of Toronto. Prior to her television career, Natalie studied singing, acting and dancing at the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, BC, as well as at Sheridan College, in Oakville, Ontario.
Natalie loves travel adventures with her family and friends. She's a big sports fan, loves exploring restaurants and checking out concerts, is an animal foster mom, and volunteers with Big Brother Big Sisters.