Peter Depp

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Peter Depp (born July 26, 1981) is an American stand-up comedian, gay rights activist, anti-bullying activist, writer, and actor best known for his role in Sundance Channel’s GLAAD Nominated and acclaimed hit show Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys.[1] He’s also known for his Huffington Post article, “Being A Gay Dad.”

Early life[edit]

Depp was born July 26, 1981 in Glen Cove, New York, to Sheryl and Gary Depp, a New York Police officer. He has one sister named Stephanie. As a child he struggled with his sexuality. .


March 1, 2012 Peter and his best friend were featured in Nashville Scene as 2012's Power Couple for the 2012 People Issue.[2]

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