Molly Rosenblatt
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Molly Rosenblatt’s face is quite familiar to the majority of American television audiences. For over a decade, she has worked as a meteorologist, weather news reporter, and anchor for different television networks across the United States. The multi-talented television star can also lay claim to the title “actress” as she has recorded a few acting credits in the course of her career.

Rosenblatt’s experience as a weather girl dates back to her days in college when she served in that capacity for the campus newscast. However, this popular media personality went off the radar in late 2018 and there have been strong indications that she might be trying to venture into a different aspect of the media industry.

Molly Rosenblatt – Bio and Age

Molly Rosenblatt was born on the 21st day of February 1989 to Morris Rosenblatt and Sadie Rosenblatt in Rochester, Minnesota where she was raised. Details about her upbringing and early education are largely unavailable, however, we are in the know that she took interest in news anchoring and weather reporting at an early age. As a teenager, she served as the weather reporter of her high school. For her college education, she attended the University of Minnesota where she bagged a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism. She later enrolled at Mississippi State University in 2008 to study Meteorology and completed her studies in 2011.

During her undergraduate studies at the University of Minnesota, Molly Rosenblatt got the opportunity to intern at a television station in Minnesota. Upon graduation, her first work experience was at KRTV, a CBS-affiliated TV station located in Great Falls, Montana. She served as a weekend weather forecaster and general assignment reporter during her 15-month spell at the station between April 2006 and June 2008. Afterward, she gained employment at KTSM-TV News Channel 9, an NBC-affiliated television station situated in El Paso, Texas. There also, she served as a weekend weather forecaster and general assignment reporter during her two and a half years stint from July 2006 to December 2008.

Rosenblatt had a much longer stint serving as a meteorologist and weather reporter at WGNO ABC26, an ABC-affiliated station in New Orleans, Louisiana. She served in that capacity for over four years between July 2009 and October 2013. Her next destination was the state of Florida where she got hired by Fox 35 Orlando, WOFL-TV, a station owned and operated by Fox News. She served as the station’s morning meteorologist and traffic anchor for two years and two months between October 2013 and November 2015.

In December 2015, Molly Rosenblatt joined WCCO-TV, a CBS-affiliated TV station based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her role as the station’s weekend meteorologist and weather reporter lasted for two years and 8 months. Her spell with the station came to an abrupt end in July 2018 and no explanation was given for her departure. Unlike the previous times when she easily moved from one job to the other, Rosenblatt remained out of job for quite a while and as revealed on her LinkedIn profile, she appears to be interested in venturing into other aspects of the media industry.

Is Molly Rosenblatt Married or Divorced?

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Molly Rosenblatt with her husband Herman Geller; image source

Molly Rosenblatt is married and her husband has been identified as Herman Geller. This unique couple has certain peculiarities about them including the fact that specific details about their union are not known to the public. Interestingly, Rosenblatt does not hesitate to share eye-popping pictures of herself with her husband but she still manages to maintain some level of mystery around him. One may assume that the popular TV weather girl has chosen to maintain some level of secrecy about her marriage so as to prevent the harsh media scrutiny that comes with celebrity marriages.

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Is She Lesbian or Straight?

Molly Rosenblatt is not a lesbian and is not sexually attracted to women. Her sexual orientation has never been in doubt as she is known to be attracted to persons of the opposite gender. The news anchor and weather reporter is widely assumed to be straight and there is really no reason to think otherwise. She has a straightforward relationship history and this also provides sufficient evidence that she is very much attracted to men.

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