Jennifer Lynn Lopez
July 24, 1969
|Net worth||US $380 million|
|Spouse(s)||Ojani Noa (m. 1998–99)|
Cris Judd (m. 2001–02)
Marc Anthony (m. 2004–14)
|Partner(s)||Alex Rodriguez (2017–present; engaged)|
|Origin||The Bronx, New York City, U.S.|
|Labels||Epic (2000–10; 2016–present)|
2101 Records (2013)
Jennifer Lynn Lopez (also known as J. Lo) is a Grammy-nominated American singer, dancer, fashion designer and actress. She was born July 24, 1969. She's most known for her performances in Selena, Maid in Manhattan, Out of Sight (co-starring George Clooney), Monster-in-Law, The Cell, and An Unfinished Life (with Robert Redford and Morgan Freeman). She also was a judge for the talent reality series American Idol in 2011 and from 2014 until the show's series finale in 2016.
She began her career as a "Fly Girl" dancer on the 1990s TV series, In Living Color. Her first album On the 6 was released in 1999. It contains the hit singles "If You Had My Love", "No Me Ames", "Waiting for Tonight", "Feelin' So Good" and "Let's Get Loud". She released J.Lo in 2001, her most successful album to date. J to tha L-O! The Remixes and This Is Me...Then were released in 2002. The album Brave was released in 2007, followed by Love? in 2011. She has released one greatest hits album, Dance Again... The Hits, in 2012. Her most recent album is A.K.A., which was released in 2014.
She has many records, including record for having a movie and album (The Wedding Planner, and J.Lo) both #1 on the same week.
Personal life[change | change source]
All of Lopez' three marriages ended in divorce.
From February 1997 until January 1998 Lopez was married to Ojani Noa.
On June 5, 2004, she married Marc Anthony. They have twin children, son Maximillian David Muñiz and daughter Emme Maribel Muñiz (born on February 22, 2008). The couple separated in July 2011 and divorced in June 2014.
Discography[change | change source]
Number-one singles[change | change source]
|1999||"If You Had My Love"||1||4||1||1|
|2001||"Love Don't Cost a Thing"||3||1||1||4|
|"I'm Real"/"I'm Real" (Murder Remix)" (featuring Ja Rule)||1||4||6||3|
|2002||"Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix)" (featuring Ja Rule and Caddillac Tah)||1||4||12||—|
|"Jenny from the Block" (featuring Styles P and Jadakiss)||3||3||1||5|
|2003||"All I Have" (featuring LL Cool J)||1||2||6||2|
|2011||"On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull)||3||1||1||1|
|Total number-one hits||4||3||4||2|
Filmography[change | change source]
Movies[change | change source]
|Year||Title||Role||Notes and awards|
|1987||My Little Girl||Myra|
|1993||Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7||Rosie Romero|
|1995||My Family/Mi Familia||María Sánchez, in the '30s||Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress|
|Money Train||Grace Santiago|
|1997||Blood and Wine||Gabriela "Gabby"|
|Selena||Selena Quintanilla-Pérez||MTV Movie Awards Nomination for Breakthrough Performance
Golden Globe Awards: nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy
ALMA Awards: won Outstanding Actress
Lone Star Film & Television Awards: won Best Actress
Imagen Foundation Awards: Lasting Image Award
|Anaconda||Terri Flores||Saturn Awards: nomination for Best Actress|
|U Turn||Grace McKenna|
|1998||Out of Sight||Karen Sisco||
MTV Movie Awards: 2 nominations for Best Female Performance and Best Kiss - shared with George Clooney
Empire Movie Awards: nomination for Best Actress
ALMA Awards: won Outstanding Actress
|2000||The Cell||Catherine Deane||Saturn Awards: nomination for Best Actress|
|2001||The Wedding Planner||Mary Fiore|
|Angel Eyes||Sharon Pogue||Alma Awards: nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture|
|Maid in Manhattan||Marisa Ventura||NAACP Image Award: nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture|
|2004||Jersey Girl||Gertrude Steiney|
|Shall We Dance?||Paulina|
|2005||Monster-in-Law||Charlotte "Charlie" Cantilini|
|An Unfinished Life||Jean Gilkyson|
|El Cantante||Puchi||ALMA Awards: nomination for Outstanding Performance of a Lead Latino /a Cast in a Motion Picture
Premios Juventud - Nomination for "Best Actress"
|Feel the Noise||Herself (Cameo)|
|2010||The Back-Up Plan||Zoe|
|2012||Ice Age: Continental Drift||Shira (voice)|
|2012||What to Expect When You're Expecting||Holly|
|2014||Jennifer Lopez: Dance Again||Herself|
|2015||The Boy Next Door||Claire Peterson|
|2015||Home||Lucy Tucci (voice)|
|2016||Ice Age: Collision Course||Shira (voice)|
|2018||Bye Bye Birdie Live!||Rose Alvarez|
Television[change | change source]
|1991-1993||In Living Color||"Fly Girl"|
|1993-1994||Second Chances||Melinda Lopez|
|Hotel Malibu||Melinda Lopez|
|2004||Will & Grace||Herself|
References[change | change source]
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The divorce — 2 years in the making —became official Monday [June 16, 2014].
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