George Edward Lopez is an American actor and comedian who was born in the year 1961. George Lopez’s work was centered around race and ethnic relations as well as Mexican American culture. Lopez was famously known for his self-produced sitcom which was later picked by ABC as there were not many Hispanic oriented sitcoms at that moment in the television industry.
This was the first breakthrough for George who kept on going. In the year 2009, George started his own late-night talk show on TBS that was entitled as ‘Lopez Tonight’, that kept on going for two seasons and ended in August 2011.
On April 18, 2013, it was announced that Lopez would be starring in his own sitcom on FX called Saint George. George Lopez even wrote an autobiography “Why you Crying” that was listed among New York bestsellers top 20.
The Latino actor actively took part in acting too where he played multiple roles including the villain role in “The Spy Next Door” with Jackie Chan. He was also a part of Real Woman Have Curves, Bread and Roses, ABC Wonderful World of Disney and The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl.
How did George Lopez Lost Weight?
George Edward Lopez was diagnosed with a kidney disease in the year 2004 and it was critical, the person whose job was to entertain and make people laugh was in the middle of sorrow and misery. His kidney was so shrunken that it wasn’t even visible in the Ultrasound scan. Doctors told George that his kidney would fail if the situation he was in were to continue and he might lose his life.
George became toxic as his condition was depleting, but the Mexican actor had someone who could help him get through all of this and it was his wife Ann Lopez. Ann decided to give her kidney to George and in the year 2005 both Lopez were in different rooms of the same hospital talking to each other over the phone after both of their successful surgery.
George Lopez Diet Regimen:
After getting a new life by his wife Ann, George decided to put on a healthy routine and diet and reduced 45lb during the recovery process. He said that I have to keep my body healthy so that Ann’s kidney would match my body.
He gave up eating fast-food and avoid any type of unhealthy food that may cause a problem, he also started to drink more and more water and even hired a personal trainer that made the transformation possible. Later on, Mr. Lopez grew a profound interest in kidney infection.
George Lopez Foundation to help kidney patients:
Determined to have a hereditary kidney sickness in 2004, His experience drove him to help establish the George Lopez Foundation to make positive, extremely durable change for youngsters, grown-ups, and military families defying difficulties in education and wellbeing, he seeks to inform people about kidney sickness and organ donation.
He presently fills in as the President of the Foundation, which manages 250 kidneys for kids and their families to Summer and Fall Family Camps every year.