Ennis grew up in Cincinnati, the sixth of ten children. In his first life he was an actor and singer; embarking on his second, he completed his BA at Empire State College, where he was a Richard Porter Leach Fellow. Soon after he completed his MFA studies in creative writing at the New School; his work there won him a National Arts Club’s Literary Scholarship in Nonfiction.
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For his volunteer work with LIFEBEAT/Musicians Against AIDS, Ennis was the featured subject on PBS’s In the Life.