George Lopez Net Worth: $50 Million (approx.)
|Net Worth:||$50 Million (approx.)|
|Date of Birth:||Apr 23, 1961|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Profession:||Comedian, Actor, Screenwriter, Television producer, Voice Actor, Radio personality, Talk show host, Film Producer, Television Director|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
George Lopez net worth is around $50 million. George Lopez is a famous comedian and actor.
George Lopez is known for starring in his self-produced ABC sitcom. Lopez stand-up comedy examines race and ethnic relations, including Mexican American culture.
Between 2002 and 2007 George featured on “The George Lopez Show,” which he also co-created and Executive Produced. The series was telecast for 120 episodes over 6 seasons and is still popular.The show is commercially successful in syndication. He is also the producer of the critically acclaimed film “Real Women Have Curves,” among many other projects.
George Lopez net worth 2023:
George Lopez net worth is around $50 million in 2023. George Lopez is popular standup comedian, actor, and late-night talk show host.
George Lopez Salary:
George Lopez Salary is $15 Million. During the George Lopez the sitcom’s 5-year run Lopez was getting around $12 million per season. As a first-time co-creator/executive producer, George Lopez was bound to 6.5% of royalties when the show was sold into syndication which occurred in 2007.
Syndication got him an estimated $20 million. George Lopez earns an additional $8.5 million a year performing stand up to sold-out crowds.
George Lopez Earnings year wise:
- Asset 2014 – Value of the home he bought in Los Feliz – $2,675,000
- EARNINGS 2013 – $12 Million
- EARNINGS 2010 – $18 Million
- EARNINGS 2009 – $20 Million
- EARNINGS 2007 – $26 Million
George Lopez House:
George Lopez purchased a $2.67 million home in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles in 2014. The 4,100-square-foot Mediterranean-style home has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms. The home has a pool and patio area in the backyard as well as city views from two-story windows, a wine room, and a private master suite with a balcony.
George Lopez Biography:
|Birth name||George Edward Lopez|
|Born||April 23, 1961 (age 61)
Mission Hills, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Medium||Stand-up, television, film|
|Genres||Observational comedy, black comedy, insult comedy, physical comedy, satire|
|Subject(s)||Latin American culture, American politics, race relations, family, everyday life, pop culture|
|Spouse||Ann Serrano(m. 1993; div. 2011)|
George Lopez was born on April 23, 1961, in Los Angeles. George Lopez grew up in the L.A. suburb of Mission Hills with his parents Frieda and Anatasio Lopez. Lopez father was a migrant worker who abandoned George and Frieda when he was just two months old.
George Lopez mother took off when he was 10. He was raised by his maternal grandmother and stepgrandfather, Benita and Refugio Gutierrez. George Lopez is of Mestizo Mexican descent. George Lopez graduated from high school in 1979.
George Lopez Career:
George Lopez did standup around Los Angeles for many years before he became popular in Los Angeles due to a major morning radio show which he hosted on 92.3 FM in Los Angeles in the 1990s.
George Lopez was the first Latino to headline the morning drive slot on an English-language station in Los Angeles. Lopez released a number of comedy albums, beginning with “Alien Nation” in 1996.
In 2000, George Lopez was approached by Sandra Bullock about producing and starring in a sitcom. Sandra was worried about the lack of sitcoms about Latinos.
In 2002, ABC picked up “George Lopez” the series and he became one of the few Latinos to headline a television sitcom. “George Lopez” aired from 2002 to 2007. For the 2007-2008 season, “George Lopez” aired on Nick at Night. The series was canceled at the end of its sixth season.
George Lopez produced the HBO Films drama “Real Women Have Curves,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and t received the 2002 Audience Award.
During the 2003–04 football season, George Lopez was part of HBO’s popular show “Inside the NFL.”
George Lopez got his first stand up special on Showtime in 2005. It was called “George Lopez: Why You Crying.” More cable specials, including “America’s Mexican” and “Tall, Dark, and Chicano” followed.
In 2010, George Lopez appeared in “The Spy Next Door.” George has also appeared in the films “Beverly Hills Chihuahua,” “Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2,” “Rio,” “Rio 2,” the Smurf films, and a number of others.
George guest-starred on a number of television shows, including a stint as the mayor of Reno, Nevada in season five of Reno 911! in 2008 as well as on “The Zoo,” “Real Rob,” and “Harley Quinn.”
“Lopez Tonight,” George’s late-night talk show, debuted on TBS in November 2009. The show was canceled in August 2011 after its second season.
In March 2014, “Saint George” premiered on FX. The show was canceled in June of the same year. In March 2016, TV Land debuted the sitcom “Lopez.” The show was canceled in the fall of 2017 after two seasons.
George Lopez autobiography “Why You Crying” was published by a division of Simon & Schuster and was a New York Times Bestseller.
George Lopez is widely recognized by the Latino community including being named one of Time magazine’s Top 25 Hispanics in America. Lopez hosted the Latin Grammy Awards twice and the Emmy Awards once.
Lopez was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Television in 2006 at 6801 Hollywood Blvd. In 2011 he won an ALMA Award for Lopez Tonight.
In 2020, Netflix released George Lopez comedy special “We’ll Do It For Half.” In the special, Lopez jokes about drafting the richest man in Mexico, Carlos Slim Helu as the first Latinx President of the United States.
George Lopez mentions how conservatives didn’t believe Barack Obama was born in the U.S. and said: “You know, if Slim needed a birth certificate, I know some guys not very far from here, in McArthur Park, where you can get the proper documentation.”
George Lopez Daughter:
George Lopez and Ann Serrano married in 1993. Their daughter Mayan was born in 1996. In Nov 2010, Lopez announced that he and his wife had separated. The divorce was final in July 2011.
George Lopez Interesting Facts:
- During an appearance on Howard Stern in early 2014, George Lopez said that he was once worth more than $50 million, but lost half of it in his divorce.
- George Lopez was told in April 2004 that he needed a kidney transplant due to a genetic condition he has that caused his kidneys to deteriorate.
- In 2005, his wife Ann donated one of her kidneys to George Lopez.
- On July 1, 2020, George Lopez recounted the time he was visited by Secret Service agents because one of the jokes he told was perceived as a potential threat against the president. Earlier in 2020, after the U.S. ordered the killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, it was REPORTED that an Iranian official was rumored to have put a hefty bounty on President Trump. Lopez joked: “We’ll do it for half.” That led to the visit from the Secret Service. George Lopez said that they had everything he had ever said about Trump on social media printed out.