Glenn Morshower

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  • Birth Place: Dallas, TX
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 04/24/1959, Taurus
  • Profession: Actor; motivational speaker
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Exclusive: 24 Alum to Guest-Star on Castle

24 alum Glenn Morshower has been tapped to guest-star in the second episode of Castle's new season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Castle Books House Alum Lisa Edelstein for Season 6

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Cheers: Thank God It's Friday

Cheers to Friday Night Lights for wrapping up a controversial subplot in typically subtle fashion. When Landry killed Tyra's attacker in this season's opener, some fans cried foul, worrying such a melodramatic twist could be a proverbial jump-the-shark moment. But the ethical dilemma was achingly well-acted by Jesse Plemons, Adrianne Palicki and especially the excellent Glenn Morshower (24) as Landry's conflicted-cop father. When Landry told Tyra the police had decided not to press charges, the look of confusion in his eyes proved FNL is no over-the-top soap. Rather, it's the rare prime-time drama that takes matters of morality seriously.• Read and react to Bruce's opinions on ER, Top Model and more!• Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board.• We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on TVGuide.com or in TV Guide magazine!read more

Critic's Notebook: Strike — and Life — Goes On

How’s this for irony? All last week, trying not to get too depressed about what a protracted writers’ strike might mean for the TV season and the industry at large, I was secretly looking forward to a weekend getaway: catching former Alias star Jennifer Garner’s Broadway debut in a revival of Cyrano, opposite Kevin Kline and Rescue Me’s Daniel Sunjata. Unfortunately, my tickets were for Saturday night, by which time the stagehands’ union had initiated their own sudden walkout and work stoppage.At this rate, I might actually finish the book I’ve been reading since mid-October.(Thankfully, I was lucky enough to catch Aaron Sorkin's new play, The Farnsworth Invention, before the strike. It was scheduled to have its official opening night later this week, but when it reopens, I predict a healthy run for this fascinating, entertaining play recounting the birth of television.)While consumers of TV, movies and even theater wait for unions and producers to reac...read more

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Sherry's Involvement and Shocking Discovery
Interrogation
Rooftop Meeting
I'm an Actor

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Moneyball
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After Earth
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After Earth [HD]
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After Earth

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Beginning of the End
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Gridiron Soldier

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 After Earth Movie, Actor - Commander Velan
2011 Moneyball Movie, Actor - Ron Hopkins
2010 The Crazies Movie, Actor - Intelligence Officer
2009 The Men Who Stare At Goats Movie, Actor - Major Jim Holtz
2007 Delta Farce Movie, Actor - General

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Friday Night Lights Adds 24 Fave, Tree Hill Hottie

Shall we assume that Agent Pearce ultimately whisked Martha Logan away to the Mount Airy Lodge for some good lovin'? Glenn Morshower, who played 24 fans' favoritest Secret Serviceman, is joining Friday Night Lights this season as Landry's father, a state champion Panthers alum turned local lawman.Also according to the Reporter, One Tree Hill alum Daniella Alonso is coming on board as the in-home nurse who will help Zach care for his Alzheimer's-afflicted grandmother. And yet I have to think that's not all she'll help da boy with.Related: Friday Night Lights' Langton Finds New Life. read more

Heroes, 24, Class: A Busy Monday

For months, the thing about Heroes that bothered me most was Milo Ventimiglia’s hair: specifically, that dreaded dangling forelock Peter Petrelli kept playing with, as if in thrall to a fetish. I’ve long wanted the boy to get a haircut. But not like this!Quite the horrifying climax to the March cliff-hanger (no new episodes until April 23), as Sylar pinned that dupe Mohinder to the ceiling while slicing into Peter Petrelli’s skull to see why Peter ticks like Sylar, only less murderously. Blood drops from Peter’s forehead onto the floor, followed by that hank of hair. I cringed, then I cheered. Well done.The episode was a crackerjack thrill ride with one reversal after another. Simone rising from the dead? Shut up! It’s really Candice, the slinky shape-shifter! Mrs. Bennet betraying her hubby, in cahoots with The Company? Shut up! It’s really Candice, the slinky shape-shifter! What fun.By the way, I love how the writers have evolved HRG from sinister man... read more

I can't even tell you how ...

Question: I can't even tell you how much I'm enjoying 24 this season. It's the first season I've watched completely (mostly because Fox finally switched it to a time slot that doesn't conflict with anything else I watch), and what makes it even better is that I'm guaranteed a new episode each and every week. Has this scheduling had any effect on 24's ratings? I'd also like to say how much I love Jean Smart as First Lady Martha Logan — there's a contingent out here who think the last five minutes of the season should show her running off with loyal Secret Service Agent Aaron Pierce while President Logan whines to Novick, "Mike, what should I dooooooo?" Answer: Oh, Lisa, you have no idea what a little hornets' nest you have stirred up. Just wait until you see tonight's (March 6) two-hour episode. There's a moment between ambush survivors Martha and Aaron that will tickle you to no end. (And let me just say that no 24 fan can afford to miss these episodes. It's a real and shocking turning ... read more

24 Ladies and gentlemen, let's...

24Ladies and gentlemen, let's hear it for Agent Pierce! After five dedicated seasons of taciturn yet loyal duty, our favorite balding redhead of a Secret Service agent finally gets to shine. So what does it take to steal the hearts of viewers in 44 minutes or less? Step 1: Disobey that namby-pamby president you've vowed to protect, even from himself. Step 2: Help Jack Bauer pull a fast one on your fellow agents and then watch with stern approval as he apprehends and interrogates a big fat mole, knife-to-eyeball style. Step 3: Fall under the first lady's spell — the rest of us have. Step 4: Offer up your badge and weapon in a gesture of ultimate humility, thereby securing yourself a place in my Awesomest Recurring Minor Characters Hall of Fame. I salute you, Glenn Morshower read more

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