Biography - A Short Wiki
Aimee Garcia Lopez de Ordonez is a well-known American actress. She is best known for her appearance in television on the sitcom George Lopez aired on ABC channel, on the period drama Vegas aired on CBS channel, on the Showtime drama “Dexter” and the Netflix drama Lucifer.
Here is a short summary of Aimee Garcia's career:
Aimee Garcia portrayed the character of Maria on “Greetings from Tucson” on The WB channel. She was worked in the pilot episode in Global Frequency, but unfortunately, the episode did not telecast. In 2002, she acted in the Disney Channel movie titled Cadet Kelly (2002). She co-starred in The WB series “All About the Andersons” alongside Anthony Anderson. In 2006, Aimee started appearing on the television sequence titled George Lopez. In this series, she played the role of the niece of Lopez.
Family and Personal Life
Aimme is single. There is no information about her being in relationships with anyone. Garcia lives in Los Angeles, California.
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Aimee Garcia Lopez de Ordonez
|Age (as of today)
|Date of Birth
|November 28, 1978
|Place of Birth
|Chicago, Illinois, United States
|1.65 m, 5 feet 5 inches
|60 kg, 132.5 lbs
|Net Worth / Wealth
Height, Weight, and Age
Aimee Garcia's height is pretty average measuring 1.65 m. The american actress weighs 60 kg. Being born on November 28, 1978, translates to an age of 45 years as of todays date (February 16, 2024).
"When I was a kid, it wasn't very often that I could go to the movies and see an entire movie carried on the shoulders of someone who looked like me."Aimee Garcia
"To me, acting is like tennis. You're only as good as the person you're playing with, so if you're playing with Michael C. Hall, what do you have to worry about?"Aimee Garcia
"It's so exciting to headline a film. It's not every day you see a Latina carrying a full-length feature."Aimee Garcia
"I always promised myself if I ever got the chance to do a 'Flashdance'-type of movie, I would do my own dancing. I can say with pride that every single dance move in 'Go For It!' is my own dance move."Aimee Garcia
"Latinos are the fastest growing minority, and we're obviously not going anywhere. We're extremely loyal as a people, and I think Hollywood is starting to recognize that. It's very rare for a major studio to nationally distribute a film with Latino talent, not only in front of the camera, but also behind the camera."Aimee Garcia