Jennifer Lopez Cris Judd Divorce $15 Million

April 19, 2013 by  

Jennifer Lopez Cris Judd Divorce $15 Million, An ambitious triple threat who went from dancer to top shelf actress to best-selling recording artist, Jennifer Lopez was able to maintain a high level of publicity throughout a majority of her career, even when negative press managed to enter her orbit.

After getting her start as a “Fly Girl” on the hit variety series “In Living Color” (Fox, 1990-94), Lopez broke through with a strong leading performance in the biopic “Selena” (1997), playing the famed Tejano singer who was tragically murdered by an obsessed fan.

But it was her onscreen chemistry and believable portrayal of a federal agent falling for an escaped convict in “Out of Sight” (1998) that propelled her into the limelight – to say nothing of the infamous Versace green dress with plunging neckline that took the world by storm.

Lopez immediately became the prime topic of the tabloids, which took pleasure in detailing her relationships with Sean Combs, Ben Affleck, Chris Judd and Marc Anthony. Meanwhile, Lopez launched a second career as a top recording artist and repackaged herself as J.Lo, which helped buttress the box office failures of below par features like “Angel Eyes” (2001), “Enough” (2002) and “Gigli” (2003). By the time she introduced her perfume and clothing lines, Lopez had established herself as a multifaceted force to be reckoned with, while becoming one of the richest and most influential Hispanic entertainers of all time.

Born on July 24, 1969 in Bronx, NY, Lopez was raised in a strict Catholic household by her father, David, a computer specialist, and her mother, Guadalupe, a music teacher. At the age of four, the focused Lopez set her sights on becoming a singer and dancer. Eventually, she began taking dance lessons at the local Bronx Boys and Girls club, then began appearing as a dancer in stage musicals.

Lopez continued her training and performing at Preston High School, from which she graduated in 1986. After dipping her t into acting with a minor, but noticeable film debut in “My Little Girl” (1986), Lopez began dancing professionally in clubs, before landing spots on the European tour of “Golden Musicals of Broadway” and in the chorus behind famed Tony Award-winning actor and dancer Hinton Battle during his Japanese tour of “Synchronicity.” But Lopez had her real show business break when she was picked out of 2,000 other aspirants by then-choreographer Rosie Perez to be a “Fly Girl” dancer on the first season of the hit variety show, “In Living Color” (Fox, 1990-94). During her run, she also landed a gig as a backup dancer for Janet Jackson, even appearing in the singer’s video for “That’s the Way Love Goes.”

After two years, Lopez elected to branch out into acting and soon left the show. Though television roles came quickly, most of the projects she appeared in proved to be unsuccessful. She made her television movie debut as a nurse among crash victims trying to survive in the dense Mexican jungle in the true-life drama,

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