Greg Glienna

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Greg Glienna
Born (1963-08-23) August 23, 1963 (age 50)
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Occupation Director, producer, writer

Greg M. Glienna (born in Chicago, Illinois, August 23, 1963[citation needed]) is an American director and screenwriter best known as the creator of the original Meet the Parents.[1][2] Glienna also wrote A Guy Thing[2] and wrote and directed Relative Strangers.[3] He is also the co-author (with Mary Ruth Clarke) of the play Suffer the Long Night which had its Los Angeles premiere August 2008.

Filmography

Writer

  • Little Fockers (2010) (characters)
  • Relative Strangers (2006) (screenplay) (story)
  • Meet the Fockers (2004) (characters)
  • A Guy Thing (2003) (screenplay) (story)
  • Meet the Parents (2000) (1992 screenplay) (story)
  • Desperation Boulevard (1998)
  • Meet the Parents (1992)

Director

  • Relative Strangers
  • Desperation Boulevard
  • The Can Man (1992)
  • Meet the Parents

Actor

Producer

  • Meet the Parents

References

  1. ^ Wooten, Amy (May 31, 2006). "Greg Glienna: Meet the Comic". Windy City Times (Windy City Media Group). Retrieved February 17, 2009. 
  2. ^ a b "Greg Glienna". The New York Times. 
  3. ^ "Relative Strangers". The New York Times. 

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