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Date of Birth 3 October 1959Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Birth NameGregory Everett Proops
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Greg Proops was born on October 3, 1959 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA as Gregory Everett Proops. He is an actor and writer, known for The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) and Super High Me (2007). He has been married to Jennifer Canaga since February 14, 1990.

Spouse (1)

Jennifer Canaga (14 February 1990 - present)

Trade Mark (1)

Glasses

Trivia (16)

Huge fan of the San Francisco Giants and the Major Leagues' dead-ball era.
He lived in London for five years whilst appearing on 'Whose Line is it Anyway? (1988)' but was deported when his work permit expired. The matter was resolved and he is now allowed back in.
Graduate of San Carlos (CA) High School.
Lives in Los Angeles.
Frequently improvises with Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles and the Comedy Store Players in London.
Hosts his own chat show in Largo, California, titled "The Greg Proops Chat Show." Unlike most chat shows, however, it is performed differently to others because it isn't filmed, and there is no censorship.
Lived in London, England, UK, for five years while he was performing in the show Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988), and lists fellow improvisers Michael McShane and Colin Mochrie as among his best friends.
Performed for Prince Charles once, as he mentioned on a episode of Pyramid (2002).
Makes frequent visits to London, England, UK, to perform with the Comedy Store Players, which also features previous fellow improvisers from Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988), such as Paul Merton, Richard Vranch, and Josie Lawrence.
Resides with his wife, artist Jennifer Proops, in Los Angeles, California, USA. They have no children.
He owns an Ocelot named Hope.
Married his wife, Jennifer Canaga, on Valentines Day in 1990.
Performs with Ryan Stiles, Chip Esten and Jeff Bryan Davis as part of the "Whose Live Anyway!" live improv shows as of 2007.
His parents' names were Doris and Steven.
Auditioned for the British version of Whose Line is it Anyway in San Francisco.
Was a member, along with his Whose Line is it Anyway co-star Mike McShane, of an improvisational comedy group in college called 'Faultline'.

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