Glenn Gaylord

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Glenn Gaylord is an award-winning American film and television director, producer and screenwriter.[1] His credits include the feature films Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat, Leave It on the Floor, Lez Be Friends and I Do, the documentary Camp Michael Jackson, the short films Boychick, Lost Cause, and Little BFFs, and episodes of the television series What Perez Sez, Tori & Dean: Inn Love and Queer Eye for the Straight Girl.

I Do has won 12 film festival awards and garnered a North American theatrical release on May 31, 2013 as well as Video on Demand (iTUNES, Amazon, Cable). He is a fellow of the Film Independent Screenwriter Lab with Directed By Dorothy Arzner, a script he co-wrote with Christine J. Russo.

Openly gay,[1] he was an HIV/AIDS educator with AIDS Project Los Angeles before beginning to work in film and television.[1]


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