About Greg Cope White
Author, screenwriter, producer, blogger, and inveterate bon vivant, Greg Cope White is a former sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Greg's USMC memoir, The Pink Marine, is now adapted into a TV series, produced by Sony Pictures Television and Norman Lear's Act III.
He served six years in the Marines, achieving the rank of Sergeant. Truly a glutton for punishment, he went on to complete USMC Officer Candidates School over the course of two summers after boot camp—effectively completing basic training three times.
He wrote & produced the Netflix Original films Walk Ride Rodeo and Holiday Rush, now streaming. Other writing credits include shows on HBO, Disney, CBS, NBC, FOX & Comedy Central and both Norman Lear’s The Powers That Be and 704 Hauser.
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.