Tony Tripoli

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Tony Tripoli
Occupation Television Actor/Comedian

Tony Tripoli (born December 2, 1969) is an American actor, host, comedian and LGBT rights activist from Los Angeles, California.


Early life[edit]

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.

Personal life[edit]

He is openly gay.

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