On June 30, George Lopez's new stand-up special, "We'll Do It For Half," will premiere on Netflix. The one-hour comedy set is slated to tackle "the future and the past of Latinx culture in America, touching on immigration, his tough relatives, aging and much more." As a result of the new Netflix title, along with his other impressive list of projects, how much is Lopez worth ahead of its premiere?

According to Celebrity Net Worth and The Cinemaholic, Lopez is worth $45M and earns a salary of $12M each year. After graduating from San Fernando High School in 1979, Lopez became the first Latino to headline a morning slot on an English-language radio station in 1999.

Following his initial success, he then went on to be featured in the 2000 drama "Bread and Roses" and enter the world of stand-up comedy. Shortly therefore, "Miss Congeniality" actress Sandra Bullock approached Lopez and asked if he would produce and star in a new comedy due to the fact that she had become concerned with the absence of Hispanic-oriented sitcoms on American television. In 2002, ABC picked up the show, which would go on to become "George Lopez."

The show, which also starred Constance Marie as Angie Lopez, Valente Rodriguez as Ernie, and Masiela Lusha as Carmen Lopez, would air from 2002 to 2007. During its run, Lopez also wrote, produced, and starred in the show. After its series finale, it began appearing in syndication and as part of the Nick at Nite lineup in 2007.  

In the years following his sitcom's conclusion, he has continued to lean into his comedy background as well. Not only has he starred in various stand-up specials leading up to the premiere of "Well Do It For Half," such as 2012's "George Lopez: It's Not Me, It's You," but he later hosted his own talk show, "Lopez Tonight," which ran from 2009-2011. Additionally, he also starred in another scripted comedy, "Lopez," on TV Land. 

Aside from his popular half-hour comedy, Lopez has pursued other efforts in the entertainment world as well, including appearing in various documentaries, such as 2017's "A Fatherless Generation." He has also written two books, including "Why You Crying? My Long, Hard Look at Life, Love, and Laughter," which was published in 2001.

As for how he has spent some of his earnings over the years, Variety reports that in 2013 he purchased a $2.6M mansion in Los Angeles, which was described as a "1920s Mediterranean in the celebrity approved foothills of L.A.’s Los Feliz area."

Lopez's new Netflix special, "We'll Do It For Half," will begin streaming on June 30.

george lopez In this image, George Lopez arrives at the 2011 National Council of La Raza ALMA Awards in Santa Monica, California Sept. 10, 2011. Photo: REUTERS/Gus Ruelas