Aimee Garcia

Date of Birth
28 November 1978, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Mini Biography
A Chicago native of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent, she made her professional stage debut at the age of seven in Paul Mejia's "Cinderella" at The Auditorium Theatre. By the age of twelve, she was dancing 20 shows a month as "Clara" in "The Nutcracker". She joined the Young People's Company, whose alumni include John Cusack,Joan Cusack, Jeremy Piven, Lili Taylor and Aidan Quinn.
Aimee graduated from Northwestern University with a triple major in economics, journalism and French. While attending Northwestern University, she was put under a two-year contract with Paramount Television after Norman Lear hand-picked her to headline his pilot-in-development, The Chavez Family, and also played the lead role of "Diana Morales" in "A Chorus Line" for Broadway choreographer Mitzi Hamilton.
After Northwestern, she developed a television career in Los Angeles with "Greetings from Tucson" (2002), and had continued success as Andy Garcia's daughter and George Lopez's niece, "Veronica Palmero" on "George Lopez" (2002). She is currently the only Latina in her generation to be on syndicated television.
In 2007, she was nominated for an "Alma" and "Imagen" Award for "Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series".
Aimee is currently starring in Peter Berg's new high-octane medical drama, "Trauma" (2009), on NBC.
She is a Northwestern University graduate with degrees in Journalism and Economics.
She tutors junior/high school students in Spanish.
Graduated from Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism in 2000.
Was a member of the Grafitti Dancers ensemble at Northwestern University.
Attended Fenwick High School in Oak Park, Illinois
Is half Mexican and half Puerto Rican.
Plays golf.