George Lopez
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"George Lopez (character)/George Lopez" on George Lopez (TV series)/George LopezCommentator on Inside the NFLHost of Lopez Tonight

/ spouse = Ann Serrano (m. 1993–2011; 1 child)

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"George Lopez" (born April 23, 1961) is an American comedian, actor, and talk show host. He is mostly known for starring in his self-produced American Broadcasting Company/ABC sitcom George Lopez (TV series)/George Lopez. His stand-up comedy examines race and ethnic relations, including Mexican American culture.

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I actually graze at several of the homes while I'm playing. There a lot of food going on. I drink and eat and use the restrooms in a lot of the houses. What better way to really get closer to the fans than to steal their soap from the restrooms as they allow you to enter their homes?

If the tour had 10 of these, I'd love to play in all 10 of them.

I don't think words can comfort at this time. Just love and support of his family, and for Will to know that millions of people loved his father and mother.

The putts break toward the diamond lane on the freeway here. I had a putt break toward a call box, so I know it depends on what lane. I missed a two-footer because a guy was changing his tire in my line.

It helps me focus on our Lord and helps me get through the day.

Imagine going in knowing that no Mexican American before you had ever succeeded in a lead role.

When I look at the Gospel, I see how it is speaking to me at this time. I see how to be to others and it helps.

I think it's easier for African American and white comics to be praised than it is Latinos because they think our culture or our humor is substandard, ... I mean, I just don't think they want to give us credit. I just don't think that they see us as important enough to be at their level. . . . I'm the longest-produced (comedy) at Warner Bros. and I don't feel special. They come over and say hello.