Comedian George Lopez
George says he started making people laugh when he was a kid. "There was just so little that we had," he says. "You had to be funny."
Watch George describe what it was like to be raised by his grandmother.
George says some kids today don't know how good they have things. "They'll say there's nothing to eat in the house—which means that there's no Fruit Roll-Ups," he says. "We didn't have Fruit Roll-Ups. I had the original roll-up—a flour tortilla with butter and salt."
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A famous friend is even helping him promote it—President Barack Obama, who filmed a bit for the show. How did he get the president to sign on? "Fortunately for me, you can't get elected in this country without the Latino vote. He needed all seven of them," he jokes. "I was out there campaigning with him and I asked him, and, you know, he's a very nice man."