Ray Palmero
Andy Garcia as Ray, Angie's brother, talking with dad Vic, in the Season 5 episode "George Doesn't Trustee Angie's Brother".
Basic/General Character Information
Born: c.1962
Piace of birth: Havana, Cuba
Gender: Male
About: Tries to weasel his way back into his daughter Veronica's life in order to try to coax her into loaning him money to "start a new company", for she is to receive an inheritance from her mother (his ex-wife) when she reaches age 25
Family/Personal Facts
Family: Victor Palmero (father)
Emilina Palmero (mother; deceased)
Gloria Palmero (sister)
Angie Lopez (sister)
Veronica Palmero (daughter)
George Lopez) (brother-in-law)
Max Lopez (nephew)
Carmen Lopez (niece)
Spouse(s): Gloria Palmero (?-?, divorced)
Series Appearances
Played by: Andy Garcia
Appeared on: "George Lopez (TV series)"
Episodes appeared in: "George Doesn't Trustee Angie's Brother" in Season 5

Ray Palmero, is a character who appears in the Season Five episode of George Lopez titled "George Doesn't Trustee Angie's Brother" (episode #17). The part of Ray is played in the episode by Andy Garcia, in a special guest appearance.

About Ray

Ray is Angie's brother and Veronica's father who appears once in the show. He is shown as dishonest, sneaky and is a con man.

Ray comes to visit Angie, when he finds out that his daughter, Veronica, is going to inherit the family inheritance. But George sees through Ray's scheme when Ray asks Veronica to tap into her inheritance to invest in a new company. Ray only wanted Veronica's money. In the end he tries to walk away at night but is caught by George, and leaves the next day.

In his childhood, Ray was doted on by his dad his father and as sister Angie describes, "everything he ever wanted", to the point where he was spoiled; perhap to the point where he was never told "no", when he wanted something, which impacted his judgement as to him not being taught right or wrong.

He would grow up as an awful man, always wanting things his way, as mentioned in A Funeral Brings George to His Niece