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Glendon Rich


Glendon Rich is an actor, known for The X Files (1998), Pulp Fiction (1994) and American History X (1998). See full bio »

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Known For

The X Files
The X Files DC Cop #2
(1998)
Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction Drug Dealer
(1994)
American History X
American History X Deputy Sheriff
(1998)
Jackie Brown
Jackie Brown Restaurant Regular
(1997)

Filmography

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 1999 Last Rites (TV Movie)
Prison Guard
 1999 The Thirteenth Floor
Detective (uncredited)
 1998 The 900 Lives of Jackie Frye (TV Movie)
Prisoner
 1998 A Murder of Crows
Attorney (uncredited)
 1998 American History X
Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)
 1998 About Sarah (TV Movie)
Juror (uncredited)
 1998 Why Do Fools Fall in Love
Prison Guard (uncredited)
 1998 The X Files
DC Cop #2
 1997 Only in America
Bar Tender
 1997 Wag the Dog
Grieving Politician (uncredited)
 1997 Jackie Brown
Restaurant Regular (uncredited)
 1997 Amistad
Slave / Abolishionist (uncredited)
 1996 Dead Girl
Detective (uncredited)
 1994 Pulp Fiction
Drug Dealer (uncredited)
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 1998 Justice (TV Movie documentary)
Swat Commander (uncredited)
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Professional Singer / Heaven Bound Sound - Base Section Sherman Oaks First Presbetarian Church. Allan Satchwell, Conductor. Several CDs Recorded. See more »

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