Deezen has been married to Linda George since March 6, 1984. They currently live in Los Angeles, California.
Deezen is a huge fan of The Beatles, proclaiming himself to be their "biggest fan". He was interviewed as himself for the unreleased 2005 film Me and Graham: The Soundtrack of Our Lives, a documentary following two filmmakers searching the US and UK for the ultimate Beatles fan. For over a year his official website featured a difficult Beatles trivia quiz - devised by Deezen himself - with a $100 prize for anyone who could answer all the questions correctly. Deezen revealed in a later interview that nobody had ever claimed the prize.
As of May 2011, Deezen is a contributing writer for trivia magazine mental_floss, where most of his articles pertain to facts on The Beatles and their members. As of July of 2012, he also writes for the trivia website TodayIFoundOut.com.
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