Mitch Glazer

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Mitch Glazer
Mitch Glazer by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Glazer in 2015.
Born 1953 (age 61–62)
Key Biscayne, Florida, U.S.
Education Miami Beach High School
Alma mater New York University
Occupation Producer, writer, actor
Spouse(s) Wendie Malick (m. 1982; div. 1989)
Kelly Lynch (m. 1992)

Mitchell A. Glazer[citation needed] (born 1953), better known as Mitch Glazer, is an American movie producer, writer, and actor.

Life and career[edit]

Glazer was born in Key Biscayne, Florida, and was raised in Miami, the son of Leonard and Zelda Glazer, an English teacher.[1] Glazer is a relative of Sidney Glazier and musician Tom Glazer. He attended Miami Beach High School. He attended Clark University before transferring to NYU. Before becoming a screenwriter, he wrote for the music publications Rolling Stone magazine and Crawdaddy!, where he met and befriended Timothy White.

Glazer was a reporter for Crawdaddy! magazine in the late 1970s. He collaborated with friend and writing partner Michael O'Donoghue on several projects, most notably the holiday comedy Scrooged that starred Bill Murray.

Glazer was formerly married to actress Wendie Malick but divorced her in 1989 after seven years. In 1993 he married actress Kelly Lynch and legally adopted her daughter Shane. Glazer and Lynch own two modern architectural homes in California: one by John Lautner in the Hollywood Hills and the other by Richard Neutra in Lone Pine, California. In 2007, Glazer and his wife Kelly Lynch were named as one of Vanity Fair's best-dressed couples.

Glazer is friends with Mickey Rourke, whom he was two years behind at Miami Beach High School.

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mitch Glazer Biography (1953-)", filmreference.com

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