VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING: Emmy-winning host of NBC’s Access Hollywood, Mario Lopez’s virtual and in-person presentations are always energizing, entertaining, and engaging.
Any meeting planning looking for a dynamic keynote, moderator, host, or emcee should look no further than the Emmy-winning host of NBC’s Access Hollywood, MARIO LOPEZ. He’s the perfect combination of celebrity, energy, fun, and intelligence. With a career in media and television that spans more than 30 years, Lopez’s reach with audiences spans generations and mediums. Whether you’ve come to know him from his time Save by the Bell, Access Hollywood, or one of his three iHeartMedia radio shows, from his New York Times bestselling memoir, Just Between Us, or one of his many movies, Mario Lopez’s virtual and in-person presentations are always energizing, entertaining, and engaging. With intimate stories about the importance of dreaming big, taking leaps, and valuing family above all, audiences leave Mario Lopez’s presentations uplifted, motivated, and feeling good.
Mario Lopez is the consummate entertainer. The two-time Emmy-winner is the host of NBC’s "Access Hollywood" and has an over-all development deal with NBC/Universal. He is also the host of the nationwide iHeartMedia radio shows, "On with Mario Lopez,” "iHeartRadio Countdown with Mario Lopez" and the iHeartRadio boxing podcast, “The 3 Knockdown Rule."
As a producer, Lopez co-created and executive produced the Netflix series “The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia,” a Latinx family comedy that centers on a 15-year-old robotics engineer and her family. Lopez became a household name as ‘A.C. Slater’ on the hit 90’s teen series, “Saved By The Bell,” he will be appearing and producing the “Saved By The Bell” reboot for NBC’s new streaming service Peacock. Additionally, Lopez serves as executive producer of the upcoming the music competition series, “Menudo,” where they will be relaunching the iconic Latin boyband.
As an actor, Lopez has most recently appeared on the NBC hit drama “This is Us” and the CW series “Jane the Virgin.” Lopez has also made appearances on “Brooklyn 99,” “The Roockie,” and a recurs as ‘Cruz’ on Disney’s animated series “Elena of Avalor” with his daughter Gia. He played ‘Dr. Mike Hamoui’ in an extensive arc on F/X network's popular show "Nip/Tuck," Lopez previously starred in the highest-rated program in ABC Family history, "Holiday in Handcuffs" and also starred opposite Mark Consuelos in the made-for-TV movie, "Husband for Hire.”
No stranger to rigorous routines, Lopez danced his way to the finals in the third season of ABC's hit series, "Dancing with the Stars." Shortly after, in the summer of 2009, he successfully completed his first run on Broadway, starring in the long-running hit musical "A Chorus Line" as the beloved character Zach.
As an author, Mario released his first autobiography, "Just Between Us." In his memoir, he shares his successes and disappointments, never before-told stories and family values. Lopez became a New York Times best-selling author with his healthy eating guide, "Extra Lean." In May 2011, he released the follow-up to "Extra Lean," entitled "Extra Lean Family." Additionally, Mario penned "Mario Lopez's Knockout Fitness," a best-selling fitness book that offers readers a look into his impressive workout regime. Additionally, he co-authored "Mud Tacos," a vibrant children's book with his sister Marissa; and "Mario & Baby Gia," a children's book he wrote for his daughter Gia. "Mario & Baby Gia" is currently being developed into an animated series.
Mario was named the Alumni Ambassador of Fitness by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), joining the ranks of some 25 other prominent alumni, including Denzel Washington and former President Bill Clinton in the organization's BE GREAT campaign. Via the campaign, he helps bring to light the major issues affecting today's young people, including the importance of graduating from high school and maintaining a healthy lifestyle and the key role community-based organizations like BGCA play in the positive development of children.