George Lopez stars as himself in "George Lopez." George Lopez is one of the premiere comedic talents in entertainment. Maintaining an active schedule as a stand-up comedian, Lopez continues to sell out clubs and theaters across the country. He has also earned kudos for his dramatic role in the feature film "Bread and Roses," which won the Phoenix Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival last year. Additionally, he has had recurring roles in the Nickelodeon series "The Brothers Garcia" and Showtime's "Resurrection Blvd" and is featured in HBO's dramatic original movie "Real Women Have Curves," which was shown at Sundance. Lopez has appeared on over 70 television programs, including "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," Showtime's "2nd Annual Latino Laugh Festival" and "Politically Incorrect," and he was a frequent host on Univision's "Que Locos." From 2009-2011, Lopez also hosted his own late-night talk show "Lopez Tonight" on TBS.
Constance Marie stars as Angie Lopez in "George Lopez." Constance Marie played the lead role of Nina in the critically acclaimed one-hour PBS drama "American Family," starring alongside Edward James Olmos, Sonia Braga, Esai Morales and Raquel Welch. Marie's feature film credits include "Tortilla Soup," "Salsa" and "My Family." She went on to win praise for her portrayal of Marcella Quintanilla, the mother of Tejano music legend Selena, in the blockbuster film "Selena." Among her other film roles are "See Spot Run" and the 2000 Sundance film "Dancing in September." Marie's additional television credits include "Spin City," "Union Square," "Early Edition" "Two Guys and a Girl," "For Your Love" and "Ally McBeal."
Belita Moreno stars as Benny Lopez in "George Lopez." Remembered by television audiences for her five seasons as Lydia Markham on "Perfect Strangers," Moreno has a career that spans three decades and consists of scores of roles in television, feature films and stage. Moreno began professionally at the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts in Santa Maria, California. One of the musicals in which she starred, "Once upon a Mattress," was chosen by the USO to tour Southeast Asia. Soon after arriving in Los Angeles to pursue acting, she met director Robert Altman and appeared in three of his classic films: "A Wedding," "Three Sisters" and "A Perfect Couple." She also performed memorable roles in "Mommy Dearest," "Oh, God! You Devil," "Swing Shift," "Nobody's Fool" and "Men Don't Leave." Other feature film credits include "Grosse Pointe Blank" and "Clear and Present Danger." In theatre, Moreno had roles in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Beth Henley's "The Miss Firecracker Contest" and "The Lucky Spot," both off-Broadway, as well as in the Broadway premiere of "The Wake of Jamey Foster."
Masiela Lusha stars as Carmen Lopez in "George Lopez." An accomplished actor, author, model and artist, Masiela Lusha first gained attention modeling in Michigan and shortly thereafter made the move to Los Angeles. Lusha's film and television work includes a guest-starring role on the series "Lizzie McGuire"; hosting duties on "Real Life Teens," an educational program; and lead roles in "Down With Me," "My Father's Eulogy" and "007th Grade Young James Bond Chronicles." In addition, she has had supporting roles in such films as "Summoning," "Living with Mushuggana Shiksa" and "Spirit Rising." Lusha's theatre work includes "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"--in which she played the Queen of the Umpalumpas--"Snow White," "Last Dress Rehearsal" and "The Buzz." Lusha has been named the 'youngest author in the world to publish a book' and one of the 'top ten talented poets in North America,' for her book "Inner Thoughts," which was published in both English and Albanian in 1998, when she was 12 years old.