List of Accolades Received By Jennifer Lopez

List Of Accolades Received By Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez is an American entertainer. Her contributions to the arts and numerous other projects have earned her several accolades. She began to pursue a career in entertainment in the late 1980s. Having performed on Broadway, done a minor film and worked as a back-up dancer for Janet Jackson, she had a two-year stint as a "Fly girl". She first gained notability for her role in the action-thriller Money Train (1995), she received her first acting award, an NCLR Bravo Award for Outstanding Actress. In 1997 Lopez starred in Selena which is often cited as her breakthrough role. It earned her an ALMA Award, Golden Globe nomination and an Imagen Award for her portrayal. She has since starred in several other films; multiple of which have achieved commercial success and critical acclaim. She gained success in the music industry following the release of her debut album On the 6 (1999). She has since released nine albums, and has had multiple titles certified by the Recording Industry Association of America. She has been Grammy–nominated and has also received the 2010 Legacy World Music Award for her contributions to music. She has also won at The Brits, Billboard awards and MTV Awards.

Widely recognized as being the definition of America's sweetheart, Lopez has been cited as being the most influential Hispanic performer in the United States. She is one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood and is the highest paid actor of Latin descent, making up to US$15 million per film role. Lopez has sold over 11.8 million albums in the United States and over 70 million records worldwide.

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