Many Gen X females fell in love with Johnny Depp when we saw him on 21 Jump Street, back in the early days of Fox. He instantly graced the covers of Teen Beat, Bop, and a plethora of other magazines...and those pics found their way to the bedroom walls of teenage girls across the country. However, a post on greencelebrity.net asks the question: Is Johnny Depp really a Gen X'er, or is he (gasp) a Baby Boomer?
He was born in 1963, a year many see as a "generational cusp". However, it's difficult to accept the fact that he's not really one of us...Anyone who was alive when Kennedy was shot (no matter how young they were) can't really be defined as Gen X...at least not in my opinion. In the grand scheme of things it doesn't really matter. I think I just needed a reason to post the pilot episode of 21 Jump Street.
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