Glenn Morshower has appeared in more than 250 films and television shows, in a career spanning five decades. His first appearance was in the 1976 feature film Drive-In.
Audiences know Glenn best for his seven-year run as Agent Aaron Pierce, on the highly acclaimed FOX series 24, as General Morshower, in the Transformers films, as Wayne Lowry, on the Netflix original series Bloodline, and for the past six years he has had a running role as Marshall Winthrop, on the FOX series The Resident. Glenn also had a recurring role in the final season of the Netflix series Ozark.
Currently, Glenn is a series regular on the new Roku series, Panhandle and Apple TV’s, Manhunt, playing President Andrew Johnson.
He recently completed his third Call of Duty video game, which was just released.
Glenn is working on a yet to be titled new video game that will be out next year.
Glenn has been on the big screen in The Little Things with Denzel Washington, Under the Stadium Lights with Laurence Fishburne, Bomb City, Transformers: The Last Knight, Aftermath, Curvature, and When the Bough Breaks. Some of his other film credits include Moneyball, After Earth, Parkland, X-Men: First Class, Men Who Stare at Goats, All the King’s Men, Good Night & Good Luck, The Island, Hostage, Black Hawk Down, Pearl Harbor, Godzilla, Air Force One, The River Wild, Star Trek: Generations, FLUTTER, which he also produced, and The Doo Dah Man, which he won the Best Actor award for at the Monaco Film Festival.
Additional television credits include Women of the Movement, Madam Secretary, Every Other Holiday, Grey’s Anatomy, Electric Dreams, I’m Dying Up Here, Preacher, Narcos, Supergirl, Code Black, Scandal, Manhattan, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Law and Order SVU, Dallas, Dads, NCIS, Revolution, Castle, Eli Stone, Friday Night Lights, Shark, Bones, The Closer, Walker: Texas Ranger, Charmed, Monk, ER, Alias, Deadwood, CSI, and The West Wing, among many others.
Glenn was nominated for a SAG award in 2007, for his portrayal as Agent Aaron Pierce, on FOX’s 24.
Glenn also is very successful in the hugely popular video game industry, with prominent voiceover work in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Black - Ops 2, and 24: The Game. He also has a starring virtual role in Battlefield 3, as Agent Gordon.
Glenn was chosen by director Michael Bay, to be the virtual host of the Transformers Ride, at Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Orlando, and Universal Studios Singapore. He had the honor of declaring the ride open to the public at the Opening Day Ceremonies at Universal Studios Hollywood, in 2012, and at Universal Studios Orlando, in 2013.
Glenn has been a professional speaker for thirty-eight years. His talks are on the subject of living an aligned life and having your dreams come true.