Not too many shows have the ability to influence pop culture and have the staying power to last for multiple seasons. And while we’ve seen multiple shows come and go over the years, one that still serves up nostalgia vibes is George Lopez.
Since the show came to an end in 2007, many fans want to know what the cast has been up to. The good news is that most of the cast still keeps in touch, and are planning on working together again.
"It was that time we all went to George Lopez's house to work on a top-secret mission," Constance captioned a selfie with her former co-stars on Instagram. "Love them all!!"
Keep reading to see the George Lopez cast then and now!
George Lopez (George Lopez)
George Lopez has become an icon in his own right. While he made his start in the entertainment industry as a comedian, he quickly stepped into other lanes. When the George Lopez show came to an end in 2007, George wasted no time taking on other comedic roles in including in projects like Valentine's Day and El Chicano, and he even created another sitcom called Lopez.
Aside from his acting career, George also became a television host with talk show Lopez Tonight. He also wrote a book called Why You Crying?: My Long, Hard Look at Life, Love, and Laughter.
Constance Marie (Angie Lopez)
Once Constance moved on from her role as George's wife on the show, she went to play the role of Regina Vasquez on the hit TV series Switched at Birth.
She has also made appearances on trending TV shows such as The Secret Life of the American Teenager, According to Jim, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Law & Order True Crime.
Masiela Lusha (Carmen Lopez)
The super-cute Masiela has grown into an accomplished actress in Hollywood. George Lopez was only the beginning. She went on to score roles in Blood: The Last Vampire, Kill Katie Malone, and Dragonfyre as well as the Sharknado TV movie franchise. Masiela also appeared in Showtime's Fatal Instinct.
Masiela is also an accomplished poet, having released three books — Inner Thoughts, Drinking the Moon, and Boopity Boop! Writes Her First Poem — as well as a proud mom with two kids of her own in 2021.
Luis Armand Garcia (Max Lopez)
While other cast members have continued to thrive in their acting careers, Luis had decided to take a back seat to Hollywood. It appears that he has moved on from life in the spotlight since he hasn't appeared in any TV shows or films since the end of George Lopez.
But, if you take a quick scroll through his Instagram page, you can tell that acting is the last thing on his mind. He appears to be in a committed relationship and has a passion for the outdoors and spending time with his close friends and family.
Belita Moreno (Benny Lopez)
The wise-cracking Belita was a true gem on George Lopez. And she has been taking Hollywood by storm with her work in various projects such as Wizards of Waverly Place and Red Band Society.
Not to mention, she also scored a role in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie franchise and the TV film Truth Be Told. She also voiced a character in Ferdinand and played Rosario on On My Block. So, it's safe to say that we'll be seeing much more of her in the future.
Valente Rodriguez (Ernie Cardenas)
Valente made such as great addition to the George Lopez show. And once things came to an end, he quickly found himself getting various offers to appear in shows.
From playing Cesar on Happily Divorced to appearing in countless films and shows — such as The Ugly Truth, McFarland, USA, and Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! — he has done pretty well for himself.
Valente has also stepped into the world of directing, writing, and producing, which is a natural step for many actors. And based on his Instagram page, he has a deep affinity for cooking and baking.
Aimee Garcia (Veronica Palmero)
Aimee joined the cast of the show during Season 5 and played Carmen's niece Veronica. Since the finale, Aimee has appeared in several hit TV shows such as Lucifer and Dexter as well as several movies including RoboCop and Go For It!
According to her Instagram bio, she is also the co-founder of Scrappy Hearts Productions, which is dedicated to telling Latinx stories.
We're thinking a George Lopez reboot might be a good idea!