George co-created and supervised “The George Lopez Show.” Along with many other projects, he created the highly regarded film “Real Women Have Curves.”
Starting with “Alien Nation” in 1996, he released several comedic CDs. Sandra Bullock contacted Lopez in 2000 about creating and acting in a sitcom.
Bullock lamented the lack of Latino-focused sitcoms in general.
When ABC began airing “George Lopez” in 2002, he was one of the few Latino actors in a comedy film.
The television show “George Lopez” aired from 2002 until 2007, which greatly increased his net worth.
Again for the 2007–2008 seasons, “George Lopez” aired on Nick at Night. The project was abandoned after its sixth season.
Lopez directed the HBO drama Real Women Have Curves, which made its Sundance premiere and took home the 2002 Audience Prize.
Lopez In “Inside The NFL”
Throughout the 2003–2004 football season, Lopez hosted HBO’s renowned “Inside the NFL” program.
Then he appeared in some Television shows, including “America’s Mexican” like “Tall, Dark, as well as Chicano.”
In 2010, Lopez appeared in a cameo movie, “The Spy Next Door.”
Additionally, he has made cameo appearances on “The Zoo,” “Real Rob,” & “Harley Quinn.”
George’s Late-Night Program
On TBS, George’s late-night program “Lopez Tonight” debuted in November 2009.
Lopez’s autobiography, “Why You Crying,” was launched by a Simon & Schuster subsidiary and quickly rose to New York Times bestseller status.
He has received great recognition from the Latino community and was included in Time magazine’s list of the Top 25 Hispanics throughout America.
Lopez won the Emmy Awards one time and the Latin Grammy Awards twice.
He received the ALMA Award in 2011 for Lopez Tonight.