Aimee Garcia Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Net Worth, Movies, TV Shows

Aimee Garcia Biography

Aimee Garcia is an actress from the United States most known for her appearances on ABC’s George Lopez, on CBS’s Vegas, on Showtime’s Dexter, and on Fox’s Lucifer.


How old is Aimee Garcia? – Age

Aimee is 42 years old as of 28 November 2020. She was born Aimee Sandimés Garcia López de Ordóñez in 1978 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

Aimee Garcia Family – Education

Her mother, Eloisa, is from Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico, and has a dentistry degree from Northwestern University; her father, Hector, is from San Juan, Puerto Rico, and served in the United States military. She attended Fenwick High School in Oak Park, Illinois, where she grew up. She took acting classes at Piven Theatre Workshop while still in school. She took a year off after graduation to work in finance as a mutual fund analyst in Brooklyn, New York.

Does Aimee Garcia have a Husband?

She is not married. She was, however, in a long-term relationship with Anthony Cook, a former American Football defensive end.

How much is Aimee Garcia worth? – Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.

Aimee Garcia Lucifer

Garcia was cast as Ella Lopez, a forensic scientist for the LAPD, originally from Detroit in the American urban fantasy superhero television series Lucifer. After surviving a car accident in her adolescence, Ella was visited on a regular basis by Lucifer’s sister “Rae-Rae” Azrael, the Angel of Death, according to Season 3.


She is a demon who followed Lucifer from Hell to Los Angeles and worked as a bartender and bodyguard at Lucifer’s club after serving as his top torturer. Maze seeks a new direction on Earth in the second season and becomes a bounty hunter. Brandt also plays Lilith, Maze’s mother, and Lucifer’s ex-lover, in the fifth season’s fourth episode.

Aimee Garcia Photo
Aimee Garcia Photo

Aimee Garcia Rush Hour

She was cast as Sergeant Didi Diaz, Carter’s former partner in the American police procedural comedy-drama television series Rush Hour. She decided to work from her desk instead of on the streets once her son Derrick was born. Carter took the heat and pretended to have dumped her as a partner to keep her from being humiliated by the other cops.


The Hong Kong-based Quantou organization has teamed up with Detective James Carter and Detective Lee. Their investigation leads them to a Chinatown noodle shop where Lee’s sister Kim is working with the organization. Along with the officers guarding the statues, they find her sister, whom he believes was killed. Detective Lee’s sister Kim pays him a visit at Didi’s house and provides him with information about trafficking women held by the Quantou. The investigation leads to one of the organization’s top enforcers, who also happens to be the son of the head’s son. Captain Cole is assigned to the investigation of a mastermind who targets and publicly humiliates prominent people with secrets, then murders them if they don’t confess. Captain Cole has been trapped in the thick of a hostage scenario at the L.A. Concert Hall, and Carter and Lee are called in to help.

Aimee Garcia Trauma

She was cast as Marisa Benez in the American medical drama television series Trauma. Marisa, a young military veteran, joins the SFFD as the pilot of the rescue helicopter, where she is partnered with Reuben “Rabbit” Palchuck, one year after the catastrophic helicopter crash. Rabbit’s rule-bending and frequently hilarious style contrast with her strict by-the-book approach to work, but she soon comes to accept Rabbit’s activities. A squad of paramedics from San Francisco, California starred in the series.

Aimee Garcia M.O.D.O.K.

She was cast as Jodie Ramirez-Tarleton, M.O.D.O.K.’s Judeo-Mexican American wife who questions his role as the superior supervillain in the American stop-motion adult animated streaming television series M.O.D.O.K.


She decides to change careers after running a mom-blog and earning money to support her family before becoming a supervillain and attracting the attention of a superhero, which goes “beyond expectations for ordinary sitcom spouses,” according to the press. She goes by the pen name Jodie Ramirez-Modok in episode 8.

Aimee Garcia Movies

♦ 2019 – El Chicano
♦ 2019 – The Addams Family
♦ 2018 – What They Had
♦ 2018 – Saint Judy
♦ 2016 – Sister Cities
♦ 2014 – RoboCop
♦ 2011 – Convincing
♦ 2011 – Go for It!
♦ 2009 – Shrink
♦ 2009 – B-Girl
♦ 2008 – Universal Signs
♦ 2008 – Private Valentine: Blonde & Dangerous
♦ 2007 – Graduation

Aimee Garcia TV Shows

♦ 2021–present – M.O.D.O.K.
♦ 2017 – Family Guy
♦ 2016 – Rush Hour
♦ 2016–present – Lucifer
♦ 2015 – Impastor
♦ 2014 – About a Boy
♦ 2012–2013 – Vegas
♦ 2012–2013 – Motorcity
♦ 2011 – Off the Map
♦ 2011 – Love Bites
♦ 2011 – Hawaii Five-0
♦ 2011–2013 – Dexter
♦ 2010 – Beach Lane