Mario Lopez Net Worth 2022
American actor, host, and spokesman Mario Lopez is worth $35 million. Mario Lopez’s breakthrough role on “Saved by the Bell” launched his career. While working as a TV host for the entertainment industry, he became even more well-known and wealthy as an adult. After more than a decade on “Extra,” he moved to “Access Hollywood” in July of this year (2019). He also has a radio show and has been featured in numerous infomercials. Let’s check Mario Lopez Net Worth 2022: Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids , Career, And More
|Net Worth:||$25 Million(2022)|
|Date of Birth:||Oct 10, 1973 (48 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Television Show Host, Author, Singer, Television producer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Mario Lopez Bio
Mario, who was nicknamed a “child prodigy” due to his extraordinary abilities, began training in tap and jazz dance at the tender age of three. He began training in karate and wrestling at the tender age of seven.
He rapidly showed his parents that he was talented in practically any activity they encouraged him to pursue, including acting.
Mario Lopez started out in the industry when he was a kid actor and transitioned to pro wrestling as an adult. In 1991, Mario Lopez was ranked second in San Diego and seventh in California among high school wrestlers.
Mario Lopez wife
Actress Ali Landry was Mario Lopez’s first wife; their 2004 marriage was quickly dissolved. During Lopez’s bachelor party, he allegedly cheated on his fiancee. He dated his Dancing with the Stars partner, Karina Smirnoff, for two years (2006-2008).
Lopez first met Courtney Mazza while they were both in the Broadway cast of A Chorus Line. Their first kid was born in 2010. Their wedding took place in Mexico in 2012. It’s been two more kids for the happy couple since they tied the knot.
Mario Lopez Career in Film and Television
Later in the same year, he was cast in ‘Kids Incorporated.’ Lopez also had several other small roles in television series and films during the mid-80s.
But in 1989, when he played A.C. Slater on ‘Saved by the Bell,’ Lopez shot to fame. he started in this series; his portrayal of Zack continued in the spinoff series Saved by the Bell: The College Years (1993–1994). Because of his role in ‘Save by the Bell,’ Lopez was offered his first hosting gig in the television industry.
Name Your Adventure, Top Pop Group, and America’s Best Dance Crew were all hosted by him in 1992. Next, he served as the show’s presenter for the second season, which aired in 1995–1996.
Lopez got the lead in the TV movie Breaking the Surface: The Greg Louganis Story the following year. Throughout the rest of the ’90s, he appeared in a handful of TV episodes in supporting parts.
Lopez’s television hosting career continued into the early 2000s when he hosted ‘The Other Half’ and ‘Pet Star.’ He has since hosted multiple television shows, including ‘H8R’ and ‘Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade.’
For television series, he has provided the voices for Stitches in ‘The Chica Show’ and Cruz in ‘Elena of Avalor.’
In addition to his acting roles, Mario Lopez has also appeared as a contestant in the televised dancing competition ‘Dancing with the Stars.’
Mario Lopez Writing career
Mario Lopez has written several novels over his career. In 2008, Mario Lopez’s Knockout Fitness began, then in 2010 and 2012, his Extra Lean and Extra Lean Family series debuted.
Extra Lean eventually reached #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. The titles of these books give away their topics: weight loss and physical fitness. In 2011, Lopez published a children’s book titled Mario and Baby Gia. The tale revolves about his relationship with his daughter.