07:31 PM EDT 10/21/2013
Originally posted 04/06/2010 12:00PM
Another day, another show of support.
George Lopez paid a second visit to Sandra Bullock's Los Angeles home Monday – and the talk-show host was mobbed by photographers who were camped outside. Nevertheless, Lopez had positive things to report about his friend's state of mind.
"She's all right," he told the assembled paparazzi.
Originally posted 04/01/2010 03:40PM
As a producer of the sitcom The George Lopez Show, Sandra Bullock was one of the comedian's biggest supporters in Hollywood.
Last weekend, Lopez was there for her.
"I went to her house the other day after the Kids' Choice Awards and saw her and sat with her for a few minutes," Lopez said Thursday at the unveiling of his wax figure at Madame Tussauds Hollywood. "She's great. We love her. We all love her."
Asked what she'll draw on from her character to get through her marriage crisis, Lopez said simply, "Everything."
"She is an amazing person," he says.
Originally posted 11/25/2009 01:25PM
Comedian George Lopez gave pal Sandra Bullock an unusual gift this year – a hilarious new look.
Originally posted 09/21/2006 06:00AM
Over Here, Mario!Mario Lopez was like a fly darting around after Tuesday night's show. While chatting with PEOPLE, he jetted over mid-sentence to talk to a friend. His small-but-mighty partner Karina Smirnoff took control and yanked him back to her side. "We are still talking here," she reminded him. A contrite Lopez apologized and flashed his dimples. "Oh, I'm so sorry. Where were we?"
Originally posted 01/24/2006 03:00PM
One song Jessica Simpson can never sing to George Lopez: "You Don't Bring Me Flowers."
Originally posted 04/26/2005 08:00AM
Both actor-comedian George Lopez and his wife, Ann, "are resting comfortably in their Los Angeles home and are both expected to make a full recovery" after Ann gave her husband one of her kidneys during a transplant operation last week, according to a statement from his publicist.
Originally posted 09/05/2003 12:40PM
Over the past two decades, George Lopez has gone from factory worker to TV funny guy, turning his rich life experiences into a hit sitcom, ABC's The George Lopez Show. After actress Sandra Bullock saw the comedian in a Southern California comedy club in 2000, Lopez got his biggest break. She executive-produced his show, which has become the most successful Latino sitcom on network TV since Chico and the Man in the '70s, starring one of Lopez's idols, Freddie Prinze.
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