Born on April 20, 1964, Crispin Glover is an American director and actor who is best known for his roles as George in Back to the Future, Bobby in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, Layne in River’s Edge.
He is also known for his roles in Charlie’s Angels, Willard, Beowulf, Alice in Wonderland, and in the series American Gods and has recently starred in Lucky Day as Luc.
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Before Fame: He attended Beverly Hills High School
Crispin Glover Ethnicity/Religion
Born in New York, City, he is the son of Bruce Glover and Mary Elizabeth Lillian Betty Krachey. His father is of English and Swedish descent and his mother of Czech and German descent. Crispin was named after the Saint Crispin’s Day speech from William Shakespeare’s play Henry V.
Crispin Glover Affair/Married/Wife
As of October 2019, his relationships status remains unknown. Visit his Instagram.
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Crispin Hellion Glover
- Nicknames: Crispin Glover
- Birthday: April 20, 1964
- Age: 55 years old (as of October 2019)
- Birthplace: New York City, New York, US
- Current Residence: Los Angeles, California, US
- Education: Beverly Hills High School
- Profession: Actor, director
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: English, Swedish, Czech and German descent
- Religion: Not Available
- Zodiac: Taurus
- Spouse/Wife: Not Available
- Height: 5 feet 10 inches (178 cm)
- Weight: 75 kg (approx)
- Feet Size/Shoe Size: Not Available
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- He is an American actor and director.
- He is best known for his roles as George in Back to the Future, Bobby in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, Layne in River’s Edge.
- He has also appeared in movies including Charlie’s Angels, Willard, Beowulf, Alice in Wonderland, and in the series American Gods.
- He appears as Luc in the movie Lucky Day.
- He started his company named Volcanic Eruptions in 1980’s.
- His father is of English and Swedish descent and his mother of Czech and German descent.
- He started acting professionally in 1977.
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