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Glenn Withrow (born November 24, 1953) is an American actor, director, producer and writer.

Glenn Withrow
Born (1953-11-24) November 24, 1953 (age 65)
OccupationActor, director, producer, screenwriter
Years active1977-present
Spouse(s)Hallie Todd (1991–present)
ChildrenIvy Withrow


Early lifeEdit

Withrow was born in Highland Heights, Kentucky, the son of Nancy and Thomas Withrow.[1] He has one older brother, Jeff, and one younger brother, Roger. Withrow attended Campbell County High School in Alexandria, Kentucky. Glenn was very active in high school sports, playing on the football team and was runner up in the state wrestling tournament in spite of the fact that he had the flu during the competition.


Withrow began acting in the mid 1970s after moving to Los Angeles, and had roles in films such as The Outsiders as Tim Shepard, Rumble Fish and Peggy Sue Got Married. He has had roles in five productions directed by Francis Ford Coppola.

He is the CEO of In House Media, Inc., a film production company, who produced the feature film "The Mooring" under their subsidiary partnership, In House Media Film Partners. He has also taught acting classes with his wife Hallie Todd.

He directed the full-length feature film The Mooring, which was released on DVD, digital download and Video on Demand on February 19, 2013 by Lionsgate.[2] Withrow also produced and co-wrote the film with his wife and daughter.

He will be directing his second film, The Last Champion, in November 2016.[3]

Personal lifeEdit

Withrow has been married to actress Hallie Todd since 1991. The couple have a daughter, Ivy, born in 1993.


Year Title Role Notes
1977 James at 15
1978 Kaz (TV series) Richie 1 episode entitled In a Safe Place
1979 Studs Lonigan Young Red Kelly
The Lady in Red Eddie
The Waltons Tommy Satterfield One episode entitled The Home Front: Part 1
1980 The Hollywood Knights Shorty
Riding For The Pony Express Billy Bloss Pilot episode
1981 Knots Landing Danny One episode entitled Moments of Truth
Bret Maverick Billy The Kid Episode entitled Anything for a Friend
1983 The Outsiders Tim Shepard
Sweet Sixteen Johnny Franklin
Rumble Fish Biff Wilcox
1984 The Cotton Club Ed Popke
1986 Hardcastle and McCormick Joey Britton One episode entitled Poker Night
Armed and Dangerous Lawrence Lupik
The Patriot Pink
Peggy Sue Got Married Terry
Sylvan In Paradise Sparky Pilot episode
1987 Faerie Tale Theatre Harpoon Crew Member Appeared in episode Rip Van Winkle
Beverly Hills Cop II Willie
Dudes Wes
Nightflyers Keelor
ALF Richard Episodes ALF's Special Christmas Part 1 and Part 2
1988 Pass the Ammo Arnold Limpet
Dirty Dozen: The Series Roy Beauboff
It Takes Two Frank
1989 Naked Lie Andy Fencik
1990 By Dawn's Early Light Lt. Tyler
2012 The Mooring Directed, wrote and produced the film.


  1. ^ "[1]" Obituary
  2. ^ "Lionsgate Publicity Archived 2013-01-21 at the Wayback Machine" Press release. Retrieved December 8, 2013.
  3. ^ "[2]"

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