More Crispin Glover Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Epic Movie)Crispin Glover has distinguished himself as one of the most intriguing personalities in the movie business. His unusual characters and artworks have inspired a cult-like following that has dubbed him both madman and genius. Glover has delivered standout performances in more than thirty films, including River's Edge, Back to the Future, Wild at Heart, The Doors (as Andy Warhol), The People vs. Larry Flynt, Nurse Betty, Charlie's Angels and its sequel, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and Willard. He will next be seen as Grendel in Robert Zemeckis' cinematic adaptation of the epic poem Beowulf.
Glover is the author of multiple works of fiction (Rat Catching, Oak Mot, Concrete Inspection, What It Is And How It Is Done, A Son of Mother, The Happy Journey, A New World), and recordings ("The Big Problem Does Not Equal the Solution. The Solution = Let It Be.")
Financed mostly by his acting and writing career, Glover produced and directed the feature film, What is It?, a project nine and a half years in the making, that in 2005 won Best Narrative Film at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, and the Maverick Award at the Method Fest Film Festival.
Bio courtesy Fox for "Epic Movie" (10-Feb-2007)
Biography #3 (for Willard)While he's never been a typical leading man, Crispin Glover has distinguished himself as one of the most intriguing personalities in the movie business. His unusual characters and artworks have inspired a cult-like following that has dubbed him both madman and genius. Glover has delivered standout performances in over 30 films, including River's Edge, Back To The Future, Wild At Heart, The Doors (as Andy Warhol), People Vs. Larry Flynt, Nurse Betty, and Charlie's Angels. The author of multiple works of fiction (Oak Mot, Rat Catching. What it is, and How it is Done.), a spoken-word stage performance (The Big Slide Show), and the album, (The big problem does not equal the solution. The solution equals let it be). Glover is also the director and producer of two feature films currently in post-production, What Is It? (for which he wrote the screenplay) which Glover describes thus; being the adventures of a young man whose principle interests are salt, snails, a pipe, and how to get home, as tormented by a hubristic racist inner psyche. Most of the cast has Down's syndrome, but it is not about that. And it's sequel (Everything is Fine!) which Glover describes thus: It was written by and staring Steven C. Stewart who was 62 and had a severe cerebral palsy. Everything is Fine! is Steven C. Stewarts psychosexual autobiographical story with fiction and fantasy but an ultimate truth. Steven C. Stewart died within a month of the completion of filming".
Bio courtesy New Line Cinema for "Willard" (01-Mar-2003)