Who is Constance Marie?
American actress Constance Marie Lopez was born in East Los Angeles, California, United States on September 9, 1965, making Virgo her zodiac sign. She has 53 credits under her belt, but may be even better known for with Angie Lopez in the 120 episode comedy “George Lopez”, which besides George Lopez also starred Luis Armand Garcia, and was created by Bruce Helford and Robert Borden. It follows the life of a Los Angeles factory manager, the series aired from 2002 to 2007 and earned 10 of its 42 nominations.
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Education and early life
Constance was raised in East Los Angeles by her parents, however, she has yet to speak about her mother and father in public as she respects their privacy. she is believed to be an only child, as she has not spoken of having siblings.
She studied at a local high school and became interested in acting during her freshman year; Constance was also passionate about dancing and was a cheerleader during her sophomore and third grade years. She graduated in 1984 and then performed as a dancer in Ryuichi Sakamoto’s musical “Cosmopolis” in Japan.
Upon her return to the United States, she was hired to work as the dancer of the late British singer-songwriter David Bowie on his Glass Spider tour in 1987; having already become a successful dancer, Constance chose not to pursue a university education.
Constance’s first film role was as a Featured Dancer in the 1988 romantic musical “Salsa,” and some of her subsequent roles were in the 1993 sci-fi thriller “12:01,” the 1994 sci-fi “Island City,” and the 1995 drama “My Family.”
What marked the ’90s for Constance may have been playing Marcela Quintanilla in the 1997 biographical musical “Selena,” which starred Edward James Olmos and Jennifer Lopez, and was written and directed by Gregory Nava. It follows the life and death of Tejano singer Selena, and the film earned nine of its 15 award nominations.
The year 2001 saw Constance appear in both action crime comedy “See Spot Run” and the romantic comedy “Tortilla Soup”, and in 2006 she played Montana in the comedy “Puff, Puff, Pass”, which starred Danny Masterson and Ronnie Warner, and was directed by Mekhi Phifer. It follows two stoners who inadvertently become involved in a plot to scam Mr. Big. The rest of the decade saw Constance only appear in one film: the 2010 romantic drama “Class.”
She voiced Imelda in the critically acclaimed 2011 animated adventure comedy “Puss in Boots,” which starred Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas, and was directed by Chris Miller. It follows the life of an outlaw cat, and the film earned nine of its 52 nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature of the Year.
Constance’s three most recent film roles have been in the 2014 family comedy “Sweet Surrender,” the 2015 romantic drama “The Right Girl,” and the 2020 romantic comedy “Winter in Vail.”
Roles in television series
Constance’s first TV series role was playing Penny Rivera in 11 episodes of the 1988 romantic drama “Dirty Dancing,” and in 1989 and 1990 she starred as Nikki Alvarez in 90 episodes of the soap opera “Santa Barbara,” which aired its 2,100 episodes from 1984 to 1993. It starred A Martinez and Marcy Walker, was created by Bridget and Jerome Dobs on, and follows the members of the wealthy Capwell family from Santa Barbara, California; the series has earned 47 of its 161 award nominations.
The first half of the 90s saw Constance appear in an episode of various series, such as the comedy “The Man in the Family”, the crime drama “Jake and the Fatman” and the crime drama “The Hat Squad”. From 1997 to 2000, she starred as Gabriella Diaz in all 15 episodes of the comedy “Union Square,” which also starred Jim Pirri and Harriet Sansom Harris, and was created by Fred Barron and Marco Pennette. It follows the lives of several people who met in a New York restaurant, and the series won one of its five nominations.
Constance appeared in one episode of only a few series in the 2000s, as she spent the decade focused on filming “George Lopez”; some of those appearances were in the mystery “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, the family comedy “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”, and the romantic comedy “According to Jim”.
From 2011 to 2017, she played lead character Regina Vasquez in all 105 episodes of the romantic family drama “Switched at Birth,” which also starred Vanessa Marano and Katie Leclerc, and was created by Lizzy Weiss. It follows two teenage girls who learned they had been switched at birth – the series has won nine of its 33 nominations.
Some of Constance’s most recent TV series roles have been in the 2022 episode “Lopez vs. Christmas” of the short comedy “Lopez vs. Lopez,” nine episodes of the romantic comedy “With Love” since 2021, and two episodes of the 2023 comedy “How I Met Your Father.”
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Constance sang the song “Let Love Light the Way” in the 2016 episode “Navidad” of the action-adventure anime series “Elena of Avalor”.
Some of his recent talk show appearances have been on “Hollywood First Look”, “The Real” and “Entertainment Tonight”.
Awards and nominations
Constance won four of her 16 nominations.
She won a Prix de la Foundation Imagen 2004 for the best actress in a television comedy for “George Lopez”, then three prizes for her performance in “Switched at Birth”: an Alma 2012 Prize for the favorite television actress – Support role, a Gracie Allen 2012 prize for the exceptional female actress in a second role in a dramatic or special series and a prize for the Image. .
Loving life and relationships
Constance hasn’t shared many details about her love life with the public, as she prefers to keep it out of the media, but still allowed her fans a glimpse of it.
From 2000 to September 2015, she was in a relationship with American yoga instructor Kent Katich; the two were reportedly often seen spending time together in public, whether walking hand-in-hand in New York’s Central Park or dining at restaurants in Los Angeles. They were engaged at the time of their separation.
Constance gave birth to she and Kent’s daughter Luna Marie Katich on February 5, 2009.
She appears to have been single since June 2023, has not married, and has a daughter with former fiancé Kent Katich.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Constance is of Mexican descent.
His two best friends are American actor, screenwriter and producer George Lopez and American actor, producer and director Edward James Olmos.
Constance is a big animal lover, which led her to become a vegetarian. she is also raising her daughter as a vegetarian.
She is followed by almost 300,000 people on Instagram and has posted more than 8,000 photos and videos, most of which show Constance on a daily basis.
She does yoga and meditates on a daily basis, while she also has several gym workouts every week.
Constance’s favorite actress is Scarlett Johansson, and some of her favorite movies include ‘Under the Skin’, ‘Don Jon’ and ‘Lost in Translation’.
Size, eyes and wealth
Constance’s age is 57. She has brown eyes and hair, is 1.64 m (5 ft 4 in) tall and weighs approximately 52 kg (115 lb).
Constance’s net worth was estimated at more than $5 million, in June 2023.