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Howerton at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International
|Born||Glenn Franklin Howerton III
April 13, 1976
|Education||Juilliard School (BFA; 2000)|
|Occupation||Actor, producer, writer|
|Spouse(s)||Jill Latiano (m. 2009)|
|Children||Miles Howerton (b. 2011)|
Glenn Franklin Howerton III (born April 13, 1976) is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Dennis Reynolds on FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (on which he is also a writer and executive producer). He also played Corey Howard on the short-lived 2002 sitcom That '80s Show and appeared in the 2008 horror film The Strangers.
Howerton was born in Japan, the son of American parents Janice and Glenn Franklin Howerton Jr., a fighter pilot. Howerton grew up in London, South Korea, and Montgomery, Alabama. After graduating from Jefferson Davis High School in Montgomery, he spent two years at New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida.
Howerton then attended the Juilliard School's Drama Division (1996-2000, Group 29) where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. While earning his degree, he worked as a drama teacher during his summers at French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts in Hancock, New York.
Howerton has guest-starred on ER as Dr. Nick Cooper (six episodes in 2003) and had small roles in the films Serenity (2005), Must Love Dogs (2005), Two Weeks (2006) and The Strangers (2008). Howerton also starred as an emergency room nurse in Crank (2006), and reprised the role again in the sequel Crank: High Voltage. He planned to be executive producing a new show, Boldly Going Nowhere (which has since been shelved), with his It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-creators. He also had a recurring role on The Cleveland Show as Ernie, Lester's son. He has a recurring role as an attorney on Fox's The Mindy Project. He has also starred in Everything Must Go the 2010 film that also starred Will Ferrell.
|2002||Monday Night Mayhem||Dick Ebersol||Television film|
|2003||E.D.N.Y||Paul Webster||Television film|
|2005||Must Love Dogs||Michael|
|2005||Serenity||Lilac Young Tough|
|2006||Two Weeks||Matthew Bergman|
|2008||Happy Wednesday||Spencer Scott|
|2009||Crank: High Voltage||Doctor||uncredited|
|2011||Everything Must Go||Gary|
|2002||The Job||Young Guy||1 episode|
|2002||That '80s Show||Corey Howard||13 episodes|
|2002||That Was Then||Noah Benjamin||1 episode|
|2003||ER||Dr. Nick Cooper||6 episodes|
|2005–present||It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia||Dennis Reynolds||104 episodes
Writer, executive producer
|2009||Glenn Martin, DDS||Voice
|2009||American Dad!||Animal Control Guy #1||Voice
|2009||Boldly Going Nowhere||Writer, executive producer|
|2009–2013||The Cleveland Show||Ernie Krinklesac||Voice
|2013–present||The Mindy Project||Cliff Gilbert||7 episodes|
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- "Alumni News". The Juilliard School. November 2007. Archived from the original on 2011-11-11.
- "Glenn Howerton". All Movie Guide. The New York Times. Retrieved April 2, 2012.
- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1531663/. Missing or empty
- Leon, Anya (September 16, 2011). "Glenn Howerton Welcomes Son Miles Robert". People magazine. Retrieved September 23, 2011.
- Glenn Howerton at the Internet Movie Database
- "One on one with the guys from Always Sunny in Philadelphia", HoboTrashcan.com.
- Official twitter page