Scott Glenn

Scott Glenn (* Theodore Scott Glenn on January 26, 1941 in Pittsburgh ) is an American actor.

Life and achievements

Glenn studied at William and Mary College and served three years with the U.S. Marines. He worked a few months as a reporter for the newspaper Kenosha Daily Tribune. In 1966 he moved to New York and played at La MaMa Experimental Theatre, since 1968 at The Actors Studio.

Glenn made ​​his debut as a film actor in 1970 in the movie The Baby Maker. He moved to Los Angeles, and later played in a theater in Seattle.

Glenn played in the movie The Hunt for Red October (1990 ) with Sean Connery and Alec Baldwin, in the movie The Silence of the Lambs (1991 ) alongside Jodie Foster and the movie Absolute Power (1997) alongside Clint Eastwood and Gene Hackman.

Glenn is married to Carol Schwartz since 1967 and has two children.

Filmography (selection)