Actor, writer, and comedian George Lopez has been delighting audiences for nearly 4 decades, both on the stage and on the screen. Getting got his start in standup comedy in the early ‘80s, he later went on to star in his 6-season self-titled sitcom, which earned him the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy. While continuing to tour, he’s produced 3 uproariously funny comedy specials for HBO, including America’s Mexican, It’s Not Me, It’s You, and Tall, Dark & Chicano. His mix of sharp and witty yet heartfelt observations on family life, Mexican American culture, and race relations in the US make a George Lopez comedy show one of the top tickets in town.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, George Lopez began working in small clubs and venues around town in his early 20s, as well as appearing in a few low-budget comedy films. Lopez worked his way up for many more years until getting his big break in 2000, when actress Sandra Bullock approached him with a concern over the lack of Hispanic representation on TV. Alongside Bullock, he produced the sitcom George Lopez, a show that followed a fictionalized version of Lopez and all of the hijinks that ensue around his life at work and raising a family. Though the show ended in 2007, it helped to make Lopez a household name. He’s since gone on to appear in countless films and TV shows, host the TBS talk show Lopez Tonight, and star in another sitcom, Lopez, which lasted for 2 seasons. In 2018, the hilarious comedian is back on the road again, both solo and with the Comedy Get Down Tour alongside Cedric the Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, and D.L. Hughley. Grab tickets today to see this groundbreaking comedian in cities like San Francisco, Las Vegas, San Antonio, and Atlanta.Back to top