Scott Glenn

Also Credited As:

Theodore Scott Glenn
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Biography

An intense and highly respected performer who excelled in a variety character roles, Scott Glenn struggled for nearly a decade before breaking through as the main antagonist in the box office hit, "Urban Cowboy" (1980). Prior to that, Glenn first became a known commodity with a standout turn in Robert Altman's large ensemble classic "Nashville" (1975), but in the ensuing decade he catapulted to fame as an Olympic track coach in "Personal Best" …
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Job Title

Actor

Born

Theodore Scott Glenn on 26 January 1941 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

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Willie Croft

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Gene Ralston

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FBI Special Agent Scott Broderick

Code Breakers

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Sergeant Dan Muldoon

Countdown to Looking Glass

Michael Boyle

John Grisham's A Painted House

Pappy Chandler

Naked City: Justice With a Bullet

Sergeant Daniel Muldoon

Homeland Security

Joe Johnson

The Seventh Stream

Owen Quinn

Intrigue

Crawford

Night of the Running Man

David Eckhart

Shadowhunter

Lieutenant John Cain

Extreme Alaska

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John McCain, Sr.

Failure is Not an Option

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Gone, But Not Forgotten

Martin Darius/Peter Lake

The Outside Woman

Jesse Glen Smith

Intimate Portrait: Mariel Hemingway

Interviewee

Extreme Justice

Dan Vuaghn

Intimate Portrait: Connie Chung

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Harry

Women & Men II

American Writer

Gargoyles

James Reeger

The 21st Annual People's Choice Awards

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Seabiscuit

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Ernest Hemingway: Wrestling With Life

Voice

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The Edge of Night

Calvin Brenner

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