Johnny Depp (born John Christopher Depp II, June 9, 1963) is an American actor, producer and musician best known for being a teen idol in the television series 21 Jump Street (1987 to 1991, age 24 to 27, stayed until 1990) and for films such as Edward Scissorhands (1990), Sleepy Hollow (1999) and Pirates of the Caribbean (2003) to name a few. He is regarded as one of the world's biggest film stars.
- 1 Background
- 2 Relationship to #Pizzagate
- 3 See also
- 4 External links
- BBC show Who Do You Think You Are? alleged that Depp is likely the 20th cousin of Queen Elizabeth II going back 600 years to an unconfirmed marriage in Yorkshire, England .
- Sherilyn Fenn (ex-wife 1986 to 1988)
- Jennifer Grey (ex-wife 1988 to 1989)
- Winona Ryder (ex-wife 1989 to 1993)
- Kate Moss (ex-wife 1994 to 1998)
- Vanessa Paradis (ex-wife 1998 to 2012)
- Lily-Rose Depp (daughter), one other child
Relationship to #Pizzagate
Connection to Tim Burton and Danny Elfman
- In 2009, Tim Burton, Johnny Depp and others attended the White House "Alice in Wonderland"-themed Halloween party that Barack Obama threw 
Connection to Leonardo DiCaprio
Connection to Dana Giacchetto
Connection to convicted child molester Cameron Thor
From the Hollywood Reporter article, A Beloved Acting Coach, a Teen Girl and Sexual Assault Charges: Cameron Thor's Accuser Breaks Silence, by Scott Johnson, published on April 20th, 2015: 
Thor spoke earnestly about his friendships with Tim Burton, Johnny Depp and Cameron Diaz; it's unclear whether these were actual friendships or simply an attempt to bolster his image.
Thor has worked with Depp as an acting coach, and since Depp stars in nearly all of Burton's films, this statement is likely to be true.
Connection to convicted child murderer Damien Echols
Connection to Satanist singer Marilyn Manson
- Hunter S. Thompson
- Aleister Crowley & Roald Dahl
- reportedly matching tattoos with: Marilyn Manson (Charles Baudelaire Flowers of Evil - on their backs) & Damien Echols of the West Memphis Three (resembling 6 line barcode)