Crispin Glover

BATD ON Mar 31, 2010 AT 2:06 pm

Crispin Glover

Crispin Glover is one of those actors that doesn’t take a front seat in the media, although he has been acting since the 80’s.

In the past he hasn’t picked the most conventional leading male roles; you may remember him as the creep thin man in the Charlie Angel’s movies, Andy Warhol in The Doors and more recently the Nave of Hearts in Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland.

Crispin’s breakout role was in Back to the Future, were he played both the older and the younger versions of George Mcfly.

As well as actor, Crispin can put director, musician and self-published author amongst his accolades. In the late 80’s he moved away from the film industry and made music; releasing an album named The Big Problem Does Not Equal the Solution through Restless Records. Also, his many books have been known to be presented as visual art as well as on paper. Oak-Mot was constructed from an 1868 novel were he deleted passages, wrote his own and even drew small illustrations. He is clearly a very artistic and creative individual!

Look out for Crispin in the up-coming film Hot Tub Time Machine where he plays Phil, a hotel bellhop who loses his arm. The film is set to be a real hit and if you haven’t seen the hilarious trailer yet check it out by clicking here.

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