Bruce MacLeish Dern (born June 4, 1936) is an American actor. He is the father of actress Laura Dern and was formerly married to actress Diane Ladd.
He is generally regarded as a talented actor who has suffered from typecasting due to having had a series of roles as "psycho" characters early in his film career. Nevertheless, in his 60s, he continues to be a sought after performer.
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Nevertheless, in his 60s, he continues to be a sought after performer. His birthday is April 20, 1964. He is generally regarded as a talented actor who has suffered from typecasting due to having had a series of roles as "psycho" characters early in his film career. Glover does not celebrate his birthday twice a year (April and September 20th), as previously noted here and elsewhere. He is the father of actress Laura Dern and was formerly married to actress Diane Ladd. What is It? has yet to be shown commercially in theatres, although Glover has said he plans on releasing it as part of a trilogy at some point in the future. Bruce MacLeish Dern (born June 4, 1936) is an American actor. The principal actors in the film have Down syndrome.
In the late-1990's, he toured with prints of the film and showed various slides and read excerpts from his works. Glover made his directorial debut with What Is It? (2005). He has received some considerable mainstream attention recently as the reticent fetishist, the 'Thin Man' in the Charlie's Angels films. the title characters in Bartleby, (2001) and Willard (2003).
He has continued to play exceedingly eccentric types, e.g. He played Andy Warhol in Oliver Stone's The Doors in (1991). Glover later commented that he was rather surprised how many people figured it out. He included his home phone number with copies of the album, encouraging listeners to phone when they'd "solved" his puzzle.
The album features Clowny Clown Clown (which has its own music video), a cover of Nancy Sinatra's These Boots Are Made for Walkin', and readings of his poetry, including: Rat Catching (Glover modified an old book by adding or deleting pictures, text, and drawings), Oak-Mot, What It Is & How It Is Done (a man's life told in first, second and third person). The Solution = Let It Be (1989) through Restless Records. In 1989, during a hiatus from films, Glover released an album called The Big Problem Does Not Equal the Solution. His characters were notable for the peculiar personality tics and unconventional thought processes.
From that point, Glover pursued a defiantly individualistic path. Glover followed it with The Orkly Kid, in which he portrayed a young man who's obsession with Olivia Newton-John raises the ire of his small-town neighbors. Back to the Future was an international box office smash.  (http://www.usatoday.com/life/columnist/popcandy/2002-08-07-candy.htm).
Glover sued Spielberg and won a landmark victory that has influenced the way that actor's images are used on screen. Glover refused to participate in the film's sequel, but Spielberg used previously filmed footage and body prosthetics to simulate Glover on screen. He followed these minor performances with his breakout role as George McFly in Robert Zemeckis's Back to the Future. That led to Teachers (1984) and Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1985).
His first film role was in 1983's My Tutor. Glover appeared on several sitcoms as a teenager, including Happy Days, and Family Ties. Wint in the James Bond movie Diamonds Are Forever. assassin Mr.
His father, Bruce Glover, was a character actor best
remembered for playing the offbeat S.P.E.C.T.R.E.