Jennifer Lynn López, Bronx, New York, July 24, 1969, is an American actress, singer, fashion designer, dancer and philanthropist. She began her career as a dancer in the Living Color TV show, and in 1995 she was featured in the Action Train Thriller.

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Her first major role was in Selena’s biographical film (1997) for which she received the “ALMA Award” for the best actress. She won her second ALMA Award for the role of “Out of Sight” (1998). Since then, she has acted in a number of films, including The Wedding Planner (2001), Maid in Manhattan (2002), Shall We Dance? (Shall We Dance?) , “Monster in low” (2005), and “The back up plan” (2010).

Jennifer Lopez’s Net Worth

Jennifer Lopez’s Net Worth estimate is $380 Million which is near $40 Million earning Per Year

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Childhood

Jennifer Lopez was born in Bronx and grew up in Blackwater Avenue in the suburbs of Bronx, Kasle Hill. Her mother is a teacher, and father David Lopez is an informer. Both Puerto Ricans were born in Pons. Jennifer is raised in the family as a Catholic. She has two sisters, Linda and Leslie. She was educated at Catholic schools to finish her school for girls in the Bronx. When she was 19, she paid for her dance lessons. As a sixteen-year-old she had a small role in the 1987 movie “My Little Girl” (My Little Girl). After several months spent in dance auditions, she was chosen to dance for the New Kids on the Block and Yo! MTV Raps. She got her first major job with the role of “Flying Girls” in the In Living Color series. In 1993 she appeared in the video by Janet Jackson “That’s the Way Love Goes”.

Self confidence

It could be said that J.Lo is currently at the height of her career – she was made as a singer, actress, dancer, designer, businesswoman, mother, and other fields.

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They criticized me and said that I was not good enough, but nobody knows what your abilities are except for yourself, said singer and actress Jennifer Lopez, 48, in her video posted on the social network. She claims that at the beginning of her career, people told her that she was not good enough to deal with acting, dancing or singing.