Geordie White was born in Canada and has lived In Toronto, New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta. After studying at Ryerson Theatre School in Toronto, he began enjoying success in commercials. His favorite role in Toronto theatre was the title role of MacBeth, where his improv instincts led him to dive off the the pulpit of the church where the production took place. He moved to New York and his career continued, highlighted by acting, directing, and designing and building the set for a successful production of "Endgame" by Samuel Beckett. Upon moving to LA, his main goal was to play a part in Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, which he did. He moved to Atlanta to start a family and continue his career. He has been married to makeup artist Kim White (nee St. John) since 2000. They have three children.