Glenn Taranto

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Glenn Taranto
Born (1959-01-27) January 27, 1959 (age 56)
Hackensack, New Jersey, U.S.
Occupation Actor, Screenwriter

Glenn Taranto (born January 27, 1959) is an American actor and screenwriter, perhaps best known for his role as Gomez on The New Addams Family.

He is a member of Academy Award Winner Paul Haggis unofficial stock company having appeared in six projects for the highly acclaimed writer, director.

Taranto's first screenplay, Stolen (Originally titled "The Boy In The Box"), starring Josh Lucas and Jon Hamm was produced by A2 Entertainment and Code Entertainment and released to American theatres in 2010.

Mr. Taranto has recently completed his second screenplay "3-Way Split", an action-heist comedy.

Glenn was born and raised in New Jersey. He resided in Brooklyn, NY from July 1981 until September 1992 and has lived in Los Angeles since October 1992.


Title Role
The Next Three Days Hospital security guard
Armored Joe The Cook
Stolen Chollie
Rules of Engagement Mr. Micelli
Charlie Valentine Mob collector
In the Valley of Elah Detective Wayne
George Bush Goes to Heaven Jim
The Devil's Rejects Anchorman
PrimeMates Pablo
The Tao of Pong Larry
Crash Country DJ (only voice)
A Night at Sophie's George
Tilt Miguel Saavedra
8 Heads in a Duffel Bag Mr. Escobedo
Forsaken Priest
Rude Awakening Bob Hope

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