THE WEDDING PLANNER
JENNIFER LOPEZ (Mary) earned widespread acclaim for her work in the title role
of "Selena" and was then showered with extensive praise for her role
opposite George Clooney in Steven Soderbergh's "Out of Sight."
In 1995, Lopez made her feature film debut in the highly acclaimed feature film
"My Family/Mi Familia," garnering an Independent Spirit Award
nomination for her role as young mother Maria Sanchez. Her other film credits
include Oliver Stone's "U-Turn;" "Money Train," with Woody
Harrelson and Wesley Snipes; Francis Ford Coppola's "Jack," with Robin
Williams; "Blood and Wine," which starred Jack Nicholson; and
"Anaconda," with Jon Voight, Eric Stoltz and Ice Cube. She can also be
heard in the DreamWorks animated feature "Antz," voicing the character
of Azteca alongside Woody Allen and Sylvester Stallone. She most recently
starred in the thriller "The Cell," opposite Vince Vaughn.
As a recording artist, Lopez stunned the music industry with her
double-platinum-selling 1999 debut album "On the 6." One smash single,
"If You Had My Love," spent five weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard
charts, and the accompanying video earned four MTV Video Music Award
nominations. Another smash single, "Waiting for Tonight," garnered her
a Grammy nomination last year for Best Dance Recording. Lopez was recently
nominated for a 2001 Grammy in the same category for the single "Let's Get
The multi-talented superstar, whose latest album, "J.Lo," arrives in
stores January 23, hails from New York City's Castle Hill section of the Bronx.
After years of dance classes, she began her career in 1990 as one of the
acclaimed Flygirls on Fox's groundbreaking comedy series "In Living
Color" before going on to features.
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