- Aimee Garcia
- Chicago IL
- United States
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Aimee Garcia Introduction
Aimee Garcia is an American actress, best known for her role as Veronica Palmero on the sitcom George Lopez.
Aimee Garcia Personal
Garcia was born in Chicago, Illinois. She attended Fenwick High School in Oak Park and then Northwestern University. She was born to a Puerto Rican mother and a Mexican Father.
Aimee Garcia Career
Garcia was cast as Maria on The WB's Greetings from Tucson and was to appear in the Global Frequency television series as Aleph, but only a television pilot was produced, and it was not picked up. She had a role on Cadet Kelly. In 2006, she appeared on The George Lopez Show as George Lopez's spoiled niece. She was only supposed to be appear in four episodes, but because of the popularity of the character, she was picked up by the sitcom for its final season, replacing the departed Masiela Lusha. She also co-starred alongside Anthony Anderson in the TV series All About the Andersons, where she played the energetic Latina student Lydia. She recently starred alongside actress/singer Jessica Simpson in the 2008 comedy/drama Major Movie Star. She also played a brief part in the movie Dragon Wars (also known as D - Wars) as the best friend of the lead female protagonist Amanda Brooks. The role was a momentary turn around for Aimee, who had usually starred in movies aimed at younger audiences, as in the film Cadet Kelly. She appears with Hilary Duff for only a few moments of the film.
Aimee Garcia on the Web
Aimee Garcia in Naeem Khan at the 2013 NCLR ALMA Awards ... Aimee Garcia attends the 2013 NCLR ALMA Awards in a Naeem Khan silver vine-embroidered racerback gown with trumpet skirt from the Fall 2013 collection paired with a Nancy Gonzalez clutch, H. Stern earrings, and Sam ...
Aimee Garcia talks the 'polarizing' 'Dexter' series finale, how Michael ... Dexter” star Aimee Garcia knows how polarizing the series finale was, but “that's how a great series should end.” Do you agree?