He is a two-time host of the Latin Grammy Awards and co-host of the Emmy Awards.
He also hosted a Season 9 elimination episode of American Idol after donating the most money on Idol Gives Back.
Lopez attended San Fernando High School graduating in 1979.
In 1999, Lopez hosted a major morning radio show for Clear Channel Communications in Los Angeles.
He was the first Latino to have headline the keystone morning radio slot on an English-language station in LA, the nation's top radio market.
In 2000, after several years of performing stand-up comedy, Lopez was approached by actress Sandra Bullock for Lopez to produce and star in a comedy.
He was the host of the late-night talk show Lopez Tonight on TBS until its cancellation on August 12, 2011.
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On February 24, 2014, Lopez was arrested for drunkenness at a casino in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
In 2002, Lopez became one of the few Latinos to star in a television comedy series, following the footsteps of Desi Arnez, Freddie Prinze and John Leguizamo.
George Lopez is an American situation comedy that originally aired on ABC from 2002-2007.