In 2006 Glenn was in the following movies:
Shroud of Echoes, All the King's Men, Behind Enemy Lines 2: Axis of Evil, and Striking Range.
In 2005 Glenn was in the following movies:
Hostage, The Island, Good Night, and Good Luck, and Disaster!
In 2004 Glenn was in the movie The Last Shot.
In 2003 Glenn was in the following movies:
The Core and The Commission.
In 2002 Glenn was in the movie Blood Work.
In 2001 Glenn was in the following movies:
Pearl Harbour and Black Hawk Down.
In 1998 Glenn was in the following movies:
Godzilla and Phoenix.
In 1997 Glenn was in the movie Air Force One.
Glenn's character, Aaron Pierce on 24 was originally scripted to be killed off in one of the final episodes of the fifth season. Glenn recommended that his character remain alive - not because he wanted to keep his job but because he felt it facilitated the story for his character to remain alive. They rewrote the script having Aaron be saved by Martha Logan (played by Jean Smart) and Mike Novick (played by Jude Ciccolella).
In 1995 Glenn was in the movie Dominion.
In 1994 Glenn was in the following movies:
Last Detour, In the Army Now, The River Wild, and Star Trek: Generations.
In 1992 Glenn was in the movie Under Siege.
In 1989 Glenn was in the following movies:
84C MoPic, Rock-A-Die Baby, and Tango & Cash.
In 1988 Glenn was in the movie Defense Play.
In 1984 Glenn was in the movie The Philadelphia Experiment.
In 1981 Glenn was in the movie Dead & Buried.
In 1979 Glenn was in the movie The Bermuda Triangle.
In 1976 Glenn was in the movie Drive-In.
After being on the 24 for 5 years, Glenn's character Agent Pierce finally had a scene where he got to shoot his gun in the shows fifth season.
Glenn began his acting career at the age of 17, and usually has small roles in high profile blockbusters, particularly those produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
Glenn and Xander Berkeley both made guest appearances on the television show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as sheriffs of Las Vegas. They both starred together in the movie Air Force One. Also they both had recurring roles on the show 24.
Glenn grew up in Currin in Dallas, Texas.
Glenn's motivational speaking program "The Extra Mile" teaches people how to embrace and express the fullness of their light.
Glenn married his wife, Carloyn, on December 30, 1978.
Glenn works as a motivational speaker, when he is not acting.
Glenn attended Arthur Kramer Elementary School as a child.
Glenn graduated from Hillcrest High School in Dallas, Texas, in the class of 1977.
Glenn has played characters who have served two of TV's most famous fictional Presidents: President Jed Bartlet on The West Wing, and President David Palmer on 24. He also served President James Marshall (Harrison Ford) in Air Force One.
Glenn's name is spelled 'Morchower' in his high school yearbook.
Glenn has been in 33 films.
Glenn usually plays roles of military men or law enforcement officers.
Glenn and his wife have 2 children.
Glenn survived a car crash in 2001.
Glenn is 5'11½" (182cm).
Glenn Morshower: The goal, as I see it, for mental health and spiritual health and wellness and celebration, is to be a transparent human being. In other words, my core is what you see. There is no façade.
Glenn Morshower (on his 24 character, Agent Aaron Pierce): He hasn't unholstered his weapon in five seasons. And now he leaps out of a car and does this. Honest to God, my knee-jerk reaction when I saw the script was, 'My God, he's a middle-aged, bald action hero.'
Glenn Morshower (on his 24 character, Agent Aaron Pierce): But clearly the writers have seen that there is an absence of personal contact. They haven't developed anything, not one ounce of caring, between those two characters, whereas with Palmer, there was tons of closeness.
Glenn Morshower (on his 24 character, Agent Aaron Pierce): Aaron Pierce is who I am on a good day. Aaron has a respect for the office of the president, period. He has so much respect for the office that he refuses to allow his own personal opinion to creep in and blur things. I don't think he taps into that. He just taps into, 'What I see in front of me is a U.S. president.'