• Luis Armand Garcia is a retired American actor best known for his role in "George Lopez" (2002-2007).
• He is an adventurer, philanthropist, and has his own foundation • Hands-on Horses.
• He was born in LaGrange, Illinois and is one of five children.
• He is an avid skateboarder, and has a passion for traveling, tattoos, and football.
• He launched his own line of active skate-wear in 2006 and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Who is Luis Armand Garcia?
Luis Armand Garcia is a retired American actor, probably best known to the world as Max Lopez in the TV sitcom “George Lopez” (2002-2007). Luis appeared in several other projects, including “ER”, but decided to leave acting following the end of the “George Lopez” series.
Where is Luis Armand Garcia Now?
Luis Armand Garcia has moved on from his life in the spotlight, and is now interested in many other things. He is an adventurer, sharing pictures from various destinations on his official Instagram page.
Furthermore, he works closely with several charity organizations, including Make-A-Wish Foundation and American Heart Association, and has since started his own foundation – Hands-on Horses – which helps children settle at foster homes.
Luis Armand Garcia Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Luis Armand Garcia was born on 9 March 1992 under the Pisces zodiac sign, in LaGrange, Illinois USA. He is one of five children, and has three brothers and a sister, all of whom are actors as well. His educational background is unknown, but according to sources, he matriculated in 2010.
He moved rather frequently in his childhood, first to Los Angeles, California with his family, and later to Valencia, California, where he still resides.
Luis’s career started in 2000, when he was selected for the role of Jason in the popular American daytime medical-drama series “ER”, which launched the careers of George Clooney and Julianna Marguiles among others. After a few appearances in televised commercials, Luis struck the role of his career, when chosen to play Max Lopez, the second-born and only son of George Lopez and his wife Angie.
His character became known for his struggles with dyslexia, but also for stunts such as dying his hair purple, and for ending-up in hospital after drinking grain alcohol mixed with fruit punch at a party. He starred in all 120 episodes of the Primetime Emmy Award-winning series, alongside co-stars George Lopez, Constance Marie, and Valente Rodriguez, among others.
His work earned him massive popularity, and the Young Artist Award nomination in the category for Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Young Actor Ten or Under.
He wasn’t very active in pursuit of other acting credits while working on the popular sitcom, and only guest-starred as Max in the TV comedy series “Freddie” in 2006. He retired as an actor in 2007, and since then only hosted the pilot episode of his own talk show “Lopez Tonight” in 2009.
Personal Life, Dating, Single, Children
When it comes to his personal life, Luis is rather private about it and hasn’t shared many details. However, it is known that he has a son named Max with Tyra Simmons, who is a fashion designer.
As of mid-2021, Luis Armand Garcia’s net worth has been estimated to be around $1 million, earned through his short but successful career as an actor, and the role of Max particularly benefited his wealth.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
This prominent actor has brown hair and brown eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 6ins (1.68m), while he weighs approximately 165lbs (75kgs). His vital statistics are unknown, though he has an average figure.
Hobbies, Interests, and Trivia
Luis’s main interest following his decision to retire is traveling. He has been out in nature for days and months, not returning to the city for long periods of time. He has visited numerous national parks, and has been to Montana, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and Idaho, and many other states across the USA.
He is a tattoo lover and has several on his body, including a rose on his left forearm, and a wolf on his right forearm, among others.
He is an avid skateboarder, and has excelled in other activities, including football and golf.
Because of his love for skating, Luis launched his own line of active skate-wear in the spring of 2006.