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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 10 May 1973Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
Height 6' 3" (1.91 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Joseph Glenn Curry was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick to Joseph & Sandra Curry of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. He has two brothers, Blaise & Shaun.

Building on his accomplishments in commercial & illustrative design, in 1996 Glenn enrolled in the animation program at NBCC Miramichi. There he was mentored by several accomplished artists including journeyman classical animator Harold Duckett, fine artist Carla Collette, international musician/composer Terry Gadsen and premiere Canadian wildlife painter Geordie Millar.

Prior to graduating Glenn secured a work placement with one of NBCC's international partners in Ireland: EMG Dublin. There he created instructional animations for Microsoft Office '97 training software.

He returned to Canada for graduate studies and landed his first film & TV work, storyboard artist on the Bo Derek thriller Frozen with Fear (2001) and the science fiction series Starhunter (2000)

In 2001, Glenn was invited to teach classical animation courses at the College of the North Atlantic in Stephenville, Newfoundland. Orignially presented as a temporary role, the position was expanded and he stayed on for 4 years as coordinating instructor of the 3D animation program.

In 2005, Glenn married his wife Daisy and moved to California to further his aspirations in VFX. At Omation Entertainment in San Clemente he would complete his first contract on an animated feature, Barnyard (2006)

To date, Glenn has contributed VFX to a great variety of film & animation projects, his most recent accomplishment, as layout technical director on "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Adventure" at Weta Digital in New Zealand.

Also in 2012, Glenn & Daisy welcomed their first born, Laughlin Joseph.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Glenn Curry

Spouse (1)

Daisy Curry (13 April 2005 - present)

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