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Scott Glenn
Scott Glenn
Glenn at the Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair party in April 2011
Birthday/Birthplace Theodore Scott Glenn
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
College(s) College of William and Mary
Profession(s) Actor
Active Years 1965–present
Wife/Husband Carol Schwartz (1968–present)

Theodore Scott Glenn (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, January 26, 1941) is an American film actor. He is an experienced actor with a vast filmography. He has worked in great films such as Apocalypse Now, The Silence of the Lambs, The Red October Hunt, The Bourne Ultimatum or Training Day, among the most outstanding.

Scott_Glenn’s Biography

He grew up in Appalachia and has Irish and Amerindian ancestors. Scott Glenn was born on January 26, 1941 in Pittsburgh (United States). Son of a businessman and a housewife, his childhood was the opposite of what any child would want. Prostrate in a bed for several years due to illness, all the doctors’ predictions indicated that he would drag the rest of his days with a pronounced limp. Instead of being discouraged, he and his family decided that he would carry out intensive rehabilitation programs to overcome this problem. Not only did he manage to eliminate his limp, he even took to martial arts.

After successfully passing his academic adolescence, he entered the University of William & amp; Mary to specialize in her own language, English. Freely he would spend three years in the army, where he also served as a reporter for a small newspaper. The skills acquired with the pen led him to try to focus on being a writer, but he lacked the training to perform such a profession with skill. And that was precisely when he discovered his vocation to interpretation, since he decided to give acting classes to improve and understand how to make the dialogues for his texts.

What’s more, he moved to New York in 1966 to join George Morrison’s classes and two years later, to the Actor’s Studio. And the roles began to come little by little, in the professional theater and on television. He made his Broadway debut in 1965, with the play The Impossible Years. After appearing in different roles in several Broadway productions, he went on to the big screen with titles like A Baby for My Wife (1970) or Fortune & amp; Men’s Eyes (1971). Trying to climb positions, he moved to Los Angeles, but his passage there would not give him all the satisfactions he expected.

She won small roles in films such as musical drama and Oscar-winning Nashville (1975) and the western When she came from the valley (1979), and even Francis Ford Coppola gave her the opportunity to take part in one of those perennial cinema classics as is Apocalypse Now (1979). However, a mixture of personal and professional circumstances caused Glenn to take a gap year in Idaho, where he did everything but act.

Although it is true that this golden retreat lasted little, James Bridges knocked on his door again, as he had done in A baby for my wife. Thanks to the romantic comedy Cowboy in town (1980), where he shared the cast with John Travolta and Debra Winger, he managed to make himself a more recognizable face for the general public. Thanks to this he was seen in Personal Best (1981) or in the action drama The Samurai Challenge (1982). He then worked on the Oscar nominees When the River Grows (1984) and in another box office western Silverado with Kevin Kline and Kevin Costner (1985), as well as in Elected for Glory (1983), award-winning film about the US space race in the 60s, a tape that managed to make up to four statuettes.

Those years 80 were without a doubt for Glenn a period of splendor, which would continue with brilliance in the 90. First, The hunting of the red October (1990) gave him the opportunity to be in another film nominated to the satiety to awards of the Academy. After all, not everyone can say that he has participated in one of the most outstanding police thrillers of that decade, such as The Silence of the Lambs (1991), where he was the boss of Jodie Foster. And thirdly, his career in Backdraft (1991) was a clear indication of the production in which he performed, a production that triumphed at the box office. Even a “cameo” in the satire The Hollywood Game (1992) highlighted this idyllic situation.

During the nineties I would alternate different roles in different films would alternate, and until 1996 and 1997 would not find another pair of outstanding roles. This time it would be thanks to the war drama In Honor of the Truth (1996), and to Absolute Power (1996), directed by Clint Eastwood. Beginning the new millennium he acted in the film on mountaineering Vertical Limit (2000). In 2001 he would have his place in the thriller of corruption and debauchery Training day, which was awarded and praised by the critics, along with Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke, as well as in the black comedy Buffalo Soldiers (2001), also in the foreseeable social criticism which is done in The Dark Side of the Night (2006) or in the independent comedy Camille (2007).

The CIA called him up to be its director in the action and espionage film The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) and in its sequel The Bourne Legacy (2012). That role close to the forces of order reincarnated him in “W.” (2008), when he played Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense. Some of the latest films where she has appeared are Secretariat (2010), where she shares credits with Diane Lane and John Malkovich; and The Paperboy (2012), a drama set in the southern United States in the 1960s.

Apart from his more cinematic side, Glenn has acted in TV movies such as Disappears but not forgotten (2005) or Code Breakers (2005); besides being one of the testimonies that appear in documentaries such as The Great Villains of Hollywood (2005) or Backdraft: The Explosive Stunts (2006).

In regards to his personal life, he married Carol Schwartz in 1967, more than 40 years ago. With her he has had two daughters. The whole family has always been very involved in charitable tasks, such as the activities they organize together with the Special Warfare naval foundation or the aid they provide to the victims of naval wars.

Scott Glenn Net Worth – $3 Million

More Facts about Scott Glenn

Whole Name Theodore Scott Glenn
AKA(s) Scott Glenn, Glenn, Scott
Born/Where Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Born January 26, 1941
Astrological sign Aquarius
What He/She Does Actor
Alma Mater College of William and Mary
His/Her Height 6′ (1.83 m)
Relationships Carol Schwartz

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