John Glover

Personal Information
JOHN GLOVER won the Tony Award and an Obie Award for his performance as twin brothers in Love! Valour! Compassion! He has also been seen on Broadway in Tartuffe, Design for Living, Whodunit, Frankenstein, The Importance of Being Earnest, Holiday, Chemin De Fer, The Visit, Don Juan, and The Great God Brown, for which he won the Drama Desk Award. Off-Broadway Mr. Glover received the Bayfield Award for Best Classical Performance for The Winter’s Tale and last appeared in The Paris Letter; his other off- Broadway appearances include Sorrows and Rejoicings, Oblivion Postponed, Dicey, Rebel Women, The House of Blue Leaves, The Fairy Garden, Subject to Fits, Criminal Minds, and Treats. On television, Mr. Glover can currently be seen on Smallville. He has received five Emmy Award nominations for his previous television performances. His film credits include Payback, Batman and Robin, and Love! Valour! Compassion!, Gremlins 2, Scrooged, Masquerade, The Chocolate War, Rocket Gibraltar, 52 Pick Up, White Nights, The Incredible Shrinking Women, Melvin and Howard, Julia and Annie Hall. He can currently be seen in Terrence McNally’s new play, Some Men.
External Links: Internet Broadway Database
Internet Movie Database
Live at the Lortel Podcast
Primary Stages Oral History Project

Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 Fern Hill 59E59 Theaters/ Theater A 09/17/2019 Vincent
2 Fire and Air East 13th Street/CSC Theatre 02/01/2018 Dima
3 Troilus and Cressida Delacorte Theater 08/03/2016 Pandarus
4 Much Ado About Nothing Delacorte Theater 06/16/2014 Leonato
5 Nikolai and the Others Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 05/06/2013 Igor Stravinsky
6 Secrets of the Trade 59E59 Theaters/ Theater A 08/10/2010 Martin Kerner
7 The Marriage of Bette and Boo Laura Pels Theatre (Current) 07/13/2008 Karl Hudlocke
8 The Paris Letter Laura Pels Theatre (Current) 06/12/2005 Anton Kilgallen
9 Sorrows and Rejoicings Second Stage Theatre 02/04/2002 N/A
10 Give Me Your Answer, Do! Gramercy Theatre 10/05/1999 Tom Connolly
11 Oblivion Postponed McGinn-Cazale Theatre 11/14/1995 Jeffrey
12 Love! Valour! Compassion! New York City Center/ Stage I 10/11/1994 John Jeckyll/James Jeckyll
13 Linda Her / The Fairy Garden McGinn-Cazale Theatre 05/31/1984 N/A
14 Booth South Street Theatre 06/10/1982 John Wilkes Booth
15 Rebel Women Joseph Papp Public Theater/ Newman Theater 05/06/1976 Dr. Samuel Sutler
16 Subjects to Fits Joseph Papp Public Theater/ Anspacher Theater 02/14/1971 Prince Myshkin REPLACEMENT
17 The House of Blue Leaves Truck and Warehouse Theater 02/10/1971 Ronnie REPLACEMENT
18 A Scent of Flowers Martinique Theatre 10/20/1969 Godfrey
Award Production Function
1 NOMINATED 2006 Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Lead Actor The Paris Letter Actor
2 NOMINATED 2006 Drama League Award, Distinguished Performance The Paris Letter Actor