Glen Morgan

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Glen Morgan speaking at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con International

Glen Morgan is an American television producer, writer, and director.

Biography[edit]

Morgan is best known for his screen work with long-time writing partner James Wong, including The X-Files, Millennium, Space: Above and Beyond, the Final Destination series, The One, Willard, and the 2006 remake of Black Christmas.

In May 2007, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Morgan had joined the production team of NBC's Bionic Woman as an executive producer,[1] however Variety reported in September 2007 that Morgan left the show due to "creative differences".[2]

Morgan currently serves as executive producer on Cartoon Network's Tower Prep alongside Paul Dini.

Personal life[edit]

Morgan is married to actress Kristen Cloke, whom he met while working on Space: Above & Beyond. She has appeared in several of his other projects, including Millennium, Willard, Final Destination, The X-Files, and Black Christmas. They have four kids.

He is the older brother of fellow X-Files writer Darin Morgan.

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