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Tony Tripoli (born December 2, 1969) is an American actor, host, comedian and LGBT rights activist from Los Angeles, California.
Tony Tripolo was born on December 2, 1969 in Phoenix, Arizona.
He is the head writer of E!'s hit show Fashion Police, with Joan Rivers. Previously, he was a staff writer on "The Dish" on Style Network. He has appeared on television shows such as Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, Fashion House and Two and a Half Men. Other credits include "Joan and Melissa: Joan Knows Best?", TV Guide's Funniest Commercials, "TV Guides Hollywood's Sexiest Couples", "Gossip Queens", Frank TV "Pretty Hurts", and E!'s "50 Super Epic TV Moments".
He performs his stand-up comedy throughout the United States and opens for Rivers. He discusses a number of topics in his standup ranging from sex and dating to his family and pop culture.
He is openly gay.