George Lopez is one of the premier comedic talents in the entertainment industry today. His ABC network and Warner Brothers Television produced sitcom “The George Lopez Show” is executive produced by Bruce Helford (“The Drew Carey Show,” “Roseanne”) and movie-star Sandra Bullock.
George’s new CD “Right Now Right Now” (Oglio Records/Warner Brothers) is currently enjoying great critical and public acceptance. Most recently, Lopez hosted his own morning radio show for Clear Channel Communications in Los Angeles.
He was the first Latino to have headlined the keystone morning radio slot on an English-language station in LA, the nation’s top radio market. Lopez took his program from so-so ratings to Top 10 in just a few short months.
Lopez, a multi-faceted talent who performs on stage, film and television has earned kudos for his performance in the drama “Real Women Have Curves” for HBO Films that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to tremendous reviews, receiving the 2002 Audience Award. Lopez was also featured in a dramatic role in the feature “Bread and Roses.” The film, directed by British filmmaker Ken Loach and released by Lion’s Gate, has received critical acclaim since it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and has won the Phoenix Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. George recently appeared in the Showtime film, “Fidel,” which debuted in January and just completed production on the comedy, “Frank McKluskey, C.I.” for Disney.
George has appeared on over 70 television’s programs including: “The Tonight Show,” Showtime’s, “Latino Laugh Festival,” “Politically Incorrect,” and is a frequent host on Univision’s “Que Locos.” He is featured in a recurring role on Showtime’s “Resurrection Boulevard” and is a contributing writer for Nickelodeon’s “The Brothers Garcia.”