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Crispin Glover
Birthday: April 20, 1964

Birth Place: New York, New York, USA
Height: 6' 1"

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Both onscreen and off, Crispin Glover earned notoriety as one of the most infamous oddballs in Hollywood, garnering vast critical acclaim for his bizarre character turns and intense performances. Crispin Hellion Glover was born September 20, 1964, in New York City. After his family's late-'60s relocation to Los Angeles, he began acting while still in elementary school, and by the age of 13 had already secured professional representation. After winning a lead role in an L.A. production of The Sound of Music starring Florence Henderson, Glover graduated high school and began working regularly in television, appearing in guest roles on series like Happy Days, Hill Street Blues, and Family Ties. In 1981, he made his feature debut in the teen sex romp Private Lessons, and in 1983 appeared in My Tutor as well as a pair of TV movies, High School U.S.A. and The Kid With the 200 I.Q. Supporting roles in projects like 1984's Teachers, Racing With the Moon, and the American Film Institute-produced The Orkly Kid followed, but a highly idiosyncratic performance as Michael J. Fox's father in the 1985 blockbuster Back to the Future was Glover's ticket to stardom. In 1986, he delivered a brilliant performance in the disturbing teen drama River's Edge, but in the wake of its release he began to earn a notorious reputation for eccentric behavior: A July 1987 appearance on NBC's Late Night With David Letterman in which Glover — clad in a ratty wig and platform shoes — attempted to kick the program host in the head was the stuff of tabloid headlines, and the concurrent publication of Rat Catching, an antique Victorian children's book updated with gruesome cut-up text and new drawings distributed through his mother's Volcanic Eruptions press imprint, did little to dispel questions about his sanity. In 1989, Glover issued an LP, The Big Problem Does Not Equal the Solution. The Solution Equals Let It Be, containing a bizarro-world cover of the Nancy Sinatra hit "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'." A follow-up, The Big Love Album, remains unreleased. That same year, he shocked onlookers by refusing to return for the inevitable Back to the Future sequel. When another actor was outfitted with prosthetics as a substitute, Glover successfully sued 20th Century Fox, a legal victory which forced the Screen Actor's Guild to create new rules on the issue of performance "sampling." He then turned his back on the Hollywood mainstream, accepting supporting roles in off-kilter films like David Lynch's Wild at Heart and Lasse Hallstrom's What's Eating Gilbert Grape? In 1991, he even appeared as Andy Warhol in Oliver Stone's The Doors.By the mid-'90s, Glover had settled rather comfortably into his role as Hollywood's eccentric-at-large, appearing with some of the American independent community's most notable filmmakers. In 1993, he appeared in Gus Van Sant's Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, and in 1996 he delivered a memorable cameo in the opening scenes of Jim Jarmusch's masterful Dead Man. In 1995, Glover began directing his own film, What Is It?, starring a cast made up entirely of victims of Down's Syndrome. He also mounted The Big Slide Show, a traveling one-man performance-art piece incorporating footage from What Is It?, music from his records, and images from his books, which additionally included 1990's Oak Mot and 1992's Concrete Inspection.Though still a mainstay of smaller-minded independent films in the year 2000, Glover made a dramatic return to the Hollywood cotton candy blockbuster that year by gleefully sinking his teeth into his role as the creepy Thin Man in Charlie's Angels. Boiling over with a silent psychotic glee and displaying remarkable heretofore unseen dexterity (save for the aforementioned Letterman fiasco), Glover's Thin Man was a highlight of the film's action sequences and took his patented dementia to new heights. The following year found Glover in a rare starring role in Bartleby, a surreal adaptation of Herman Melleville's Bartleby the Scrivener. The same year also found the wide release of Glover's little-seen pre-Rubin and Ed collaboration with director Trent Harris, The Orkley Kid, a short that was included in Harris' The Beaver Kid. When a remake of the 1971 horror classic Willard was announced in 2002 and Glover was tipped to star, few could deny that his casting in the role was a stroke of genius.

Movie Credits
Beowulf (2007)
[ Anthony Hopkins ][ John Malkovich ][ Brendan Gleeson ][ Ray Winstone ][ Roger Avary ]
It Is Fine. Everything Is Fine! (2007)
The Wizard of Gore (2006)
[ Brad Dourif ][ Kip Pardue ][ Jeffrey Combs ]
Simon Says (2006)
[ Bruce Glover ][ Greg Cipes ][ Bart Johnson ][ Sean Hayes ]
Drop Dead Sexy (2005)
[ Jason Lee ][ Brad Dourif ][ Xander Berkeley ]
What Is It? (2005)
Incident at Loch Ness (2004)
[ Jeff Goldblum ]
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)
[ Bruce Willis ][ Luke Wilson ][ Matt Leblanc ][ John Cleese ][ Shia LaBeouf ]
Willard (2003)
[ R. Lee Ermey ]
Like Mike (2002)
[ Bow Wow ][ Eugene Levy ][ Morris Chestnut ][ Jonathan Lipnicki ][ Robert Forster ]
Crime and Punishment (2002)
[ Ron Perlman ][ John Hurt ][ Ian McDiarmid ][ John Simm ][ David Haig ]
Fast Sofa (2001)
[ Ron Jeremy ][ Eric Roberts ][ Adam Goldberg ][ Jake Busey ]
Bartleby (2001)
[ David Paymer ][ Seymour Cassel ]
Charlie's Angels (2000)
[ Bill Murray ][ Luke Wilson ][ Matt Leblanc ][ Tim Curry ][ Sam Rockwell ]
Nurse Betty (2000)
[ Morgan Freeman ][ Chris Rock ][ Aaron Eckhart ][ Greg Kinnear ][ Christopher McDonald ]
The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996)
[ Edward Norton ][ Oliver Stone ][ Woody Harrelson ][ James Cromwell ][ Milos Forman ]
Dead Man (1995)
[ Johnny Depp ][ Billy Bob Thornton ][ Alfred Molina ][ Gabriel Byrne ][ John Hurt ]
Chasers (1994)
[ Dennis Hopper ][ Gary Busey ][ Tom Berenger ][ Dean Stockwell ][ Frederic Forrest ]
What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993)
[ Johnny Depp ][ Leonardo Dicaprio ][ John C. Reilly ][ Lasse Hallström ]
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993)
[ Keanu Reeves ][ River Phoenix ][ John Hurt ][ Gus Van Sant ][ Edward James Olmos ]
The Doors (1991)
[ Val Kilmer ][ Michael Madsen ][ Kyle MacLachlan ][ Michael Wincott ][ Kevin Dillon ]
Little Noises (1991)
[ John C. McGinley ][ Tate Donovan ][ Rik Mayall ]
Rubin and Ed (1991)
[ Howard Hesseman ]
Ferdydurke (1991)
[ Iain Glen ]
Twister (1990)
[ Tim Robbins ][ Dylan McDermott ][ Harry Dean Stanton ][ Hans Zimmer ]
Wild at Heart (1990)
[ Nicolas Cage ][ Willem Dafoe ][ David Lynch ][ Elvis Presley ][ Harry Dean Stanton ]
Where the Heart Is (1990)
[ Robbie Coltrane ][ Christopher Plummer ][ Dylan Walsh ][ Dabney Coleman ][ David Hewlett ]
River's Edge (1986)
[ Keanu Reeves ][ Dennis Hopper ][ Daniel Roebuck ][ Tom Bower ]
At Close Range (1986)
[ Kiefer Sutherland ][ Christopher Walken ][ Sean Penn ][ Chris Penn ][ David Strathairn ]
Back to the Future (1985)
[ Steven Spielberg ][ Michael J. Fox ][ Billy Zane ][ Christopher Lloyd ][ Thomas F. Wilson ]
The Orkly Kid (1985)
[ Courtney Gains ]
Teachers (1984)
[ Morgan Freeman ][ Ralph Macchio ][ Nick Nolte ][ Judd Hirsch ][ Anthony Heald ]
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)
[ Corey Feldman ][ Lawrence Monoson ][ Alan Hayes ]
Racing with the Moon (1984)
[ Nicolas Cage ][ Sean Penn ][ Michael Madsen ][ Dana Carvey ][ Bing Crosby ]
High School U.S.A. (1983)
[ Michael J. Fox ][ Anthony Edwards ][ Jon Gries ][ Todd Bridges ][ Bob Denver ]
My Tutor (1983)
The Kid with the 200 I.Q. (1983)
[ Gary Coleman ][ Robert Guillaume ][ Clarence Gilyard Jr. ][ Dean Butler ][ Clayton Rohner ]
Best of Times (1981)
[ Nicolas Cage ]


  • Son of Bruce Glover.
  • Attended Beverly Hills High School (class of 1982).
  • Attended The Mirman School, a private K thru 8 school for mentally gifted children in Bel-Air, California. His mother, Betty, remained active with the school after his graduation, choreographing student musicals and graduation ceremonies.
  • In an earlier draft of the screenplay for Back to the Future (1985), his character, George McFly, went on to become a world class boxer instead of a writer.
  • Attended the same High School as Angelina Jolie, Michael Klesic, Nicolas Cage, Lenny Kravitz, David Schwimmer, Jonathan Silverman, Gina Gershon, Rhonda Fleming, Jackie Cooper, Rob Reiner, Antonio Sabato Jr., Pauly Shore, Michael Tolkin, Betty White , Corbin Bernsen, Elizabeth Daily and Albert Brooks.
  • When reminded by David Letterman in 1992 of his first appearance on the "Late Night with David Letterman" (1982) show, when Glover nearly decapitated the TV host after showing him a karate kick he'd learned, Crispin replied, "What a crazy thing to do!"
  • In Scary Movie 2 (2001), Chris Elliott spoofs The Thin Man, Glover's character in Charlie's Angels (2000) and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003).
  • Started acting professionally in 1977.
  • Is a strict vegetarian.
  • 'Weird Al' Yankovic offered him the part of 'Philo' in UHF (1989).

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