Johnny Depp is Native American, English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Dutch and Belgian. The actor also has a small amount of African American heritage. However, he was born in Kentucky and raised in the United States.
Johnny Depp's father is considered Caucasian, and his mother is considered Native American but is listed as white on her birth certificate.
One of Johnny Depp's first roles was in 1984's "A Nightmare on Elm Street." From 1987-1990, he also starred in the hit TV show "21 Jump Street." He is perhaps most well-known for his parts as Jack Sparrow in "Pirates of the Caribbean" and Edward in "Edward Scissorhands."