About Greg Cope White
Author, blogger, television writer, actor, world traveler, and inveterate bon vivant, Greg Cope White is a former sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps, now battling it out online and on television.
He served six years in the Marines, achieving the rank of sergeant. Truly a glutton for punishment, he went on to complete Officer Candidate School over the course of two summers after boot camp—effectively completing basic training three times.
He has a long history in film and television production. His writing credits include HBO’s Dream On, Norman Lear’s The Powers That Be and 704 Hauser, Fox’s Life With Louie, Comedy Central's Out There, Sony’s animated series Jumanji, and Disney’s Social Studies.
He co-wrote and co-prodcued the current movie Walk. Ride. Rodeo. for Netlfix. He co-wrote and co-produced the film Holiday Rush for Netflix. Greg adapted his The Pink Marne book into a TV series, developed and produced by Norman Lear.
He has a voracious appetite for life and contributes to The Huffington Post and Good Men Project. He's an on camera host of Unique Sweets on Cooking Channel.
Greg’s a polo playing, sixth generation Texan now living in Santa Monica. He enjoys a broad platform from which he uses his unique voice to examine current pop culture trends. Plus he can cook.