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Deondray Gossett


Deondray Earl Gossett also credited as Deondray Gossfield (born May 20, 1973) is an American producer, director, screenwriter, and actor. Gossett was part of the creative team that brought the short-lived GLAAD-award-winning series The DL Chronicles to cable TV in 2007.

Deondray Gossett (Gossfield)
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Born
Deondray Earl Gossett

May 20th, 1973
Los Angeles, California
NationalityAfrican and Irish American
Other namesDeondray Gossfield
EducationBA Psychology
Alma materCalifornia State University of Northridge
OccupationProducer/Director/Actor
Years active1993-Present
AgentThe Maggie Roiphe Agency
Known forLGBT scripted series, The DL Chronicles
Height5' 7"
TelevisionSister Act 2, The DL Chronicles, Kocktails with Khloé
Spouse(s)Quincy LeNear Gossfield
Parent(s)Robin Renee Hall, Leroy Dwayne Gossett, Marc Anthony Hicks (biological father)
AwardsGLAAD Media Award
HonoursRolf Uribe Award, ITMT Image Award, DBQ Magazine's Out 100, AHF Superstar Storyteller

In a career spanning more than two decades, Gossett's work has covered many themes and genres. Gossett's early acting work included roles in Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit and guest roles on TV series such as The Hughleys, Roswell, and The Parent 'Hood.

Gossett and Gossett's business and domestic partner, Quincy LeNear wrote Had U, which won first place at Showtime's Digital Media Festival for Best Experimental Short in 2000. Thereafter, Gossett and LeNear worked on The DL Chronicles, and thereafter gained work as producers on reality TV shows such as America's Best Dance Crew, The Sing Off, Shake It Up Make Your Mark Ultimate Dance Off, Family Dance Off, The World Dog Awards, Roast of Justin Bieber, and the talk show Kocktails with Khloé.

Gossett and LeNear were married on national television during the 2014 56th Annual Grammy Awards during Macklemore's "Same Love" performance, officiated by Queen Latifah, featuring Madonna.[1]

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  1. ^ Townsend, Megan (28 January 2014). "'The DL Chronicles' producers Quincy and Deondray Gossfield speak with GLAAD about being married live on the Grammys". GLAAD. Retrieved 7 March 2016.

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