Glenn Jarrett (born August 11, 1950) is a former NASCAR driver from Conover, North Carolina and the oldest son of Ned Jarrett and older brother of Dale Jarrett. He made 10 Winston Cup starts from 1978 to 1983 with a best finish of 12th at Ontario Motor Speedway. He then drove in the Busch Series where he made 67 starts from 1982 to 1993 with a best finish of 4th and finished 13th in 1984 series points. He was then a pit reporter for TNN's coverage of NASCAR. After TNN's coverage ceased he became a pit reporter for Speed Channel and is used when Speed Channel needs to cover multiple NASCAR races at different facilities on the same day.
In 1982, Jarrett was a technical advisor to the Kenny Rogers movie Six Pack.
During the 2009 Watkins Glen Sprint Cup race, he was a pit reporter for MRN radio coverage.