It's Been Over A Decade Since "George Lopez" Ended — Here's What The Cast Looks Like Today

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Can you believe the show is nearly two decades old?

It's been 18 years since George Lopez's self-titled show first graced our screens and its theme song kept us company at 1 a.m. on a random school night.

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And as what usually happens when time passes, people grow up and go on to do other things. So here's what the cast looks like these days:

George Lopez as George Lopez then:

George Lopez in The George Lopez Show

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Constance Marie as Angie Lopez then:

Angie Lopez in The George Lopez Show

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Masiela Lusha as Carmen Lopez then:

Carmen in The George Lopez Show

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Luis Armand Garcia as Max Lopez then:

Max in The George Lopez Show

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Valente Rodriguez as Ernie Cardenas then:

Ernie in The George Lopez Show

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Belita Moreno as Benny Lopez then:

Benny in The George Lopez Show

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Belita now:

Rosario in On My Block

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Belita is still taking Hollywood by storm. Since George Lopez ended, she's appeared in the first two Diary of a Wimpy Kid films, in the TV film Truth Be Told, as a voice on Ferdinand, and as Rosario on On My Block.

Aimee Garcia as Veronica Palmero then:

Veronica in The George Lopez Show

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Emiliano Díez as Victor Palmero then:

Victor Palmero In The George Lopez Show

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Emiliano now:

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Emiliano is currently on Elena of Avalor as Francisco but has also appeared in projects like Check Inn to Christmas, Bates Motel, and Ray Donovan.

Tonantzin Esparza as Marisol

Marisol on The George Lopez Show

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Tonantzin now:

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After her small role on the show ended, Tonantzin went on to appear in Unacceptable Behavior and most recently in the documentary The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo. She's also the cofounder of Sunhouse, which is described as "next-gen electronic drum technology for the modern musician."

And finally, Bryan Fisher as Jason McNamara then:

Jason on The George Lopez Show

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