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Overview (3)

Born in Japan
Birth NameGlenn Franklin Howerton III
Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Glenn Howerton was born on April 13, 1976 in Japan as Glenn Franklin Howerton III. He is an actor and writer, known for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005), Crank (2006) and Serenity (2005). He has been married to Jill Latiano since September 8, 2009. They have one child.

Spouse (1)

Jill Latiano (8 September 2009 - present) (1 child)

Trivia (13)

Parents: Janice and Glenn; sister: Courtney
Graduated from Juilliard with a B.F.A. in the Actor Training Program
Father is a decorated fighter pilot
Has lived in Korea, London and Montgomery, Alabama
Attended Baldwin Junior High School in Montgomery, Alabama.
Graduated from Jefferson Davis High School in 1994
Corey Howard, his character from That '80s Show (2002), was the cousin of Eric Forman (Topher Grace), the central character of That '70s Show (1998).
Engaged to actress Jill Latiano as of February 2008.
Enjoys snowboarding, skiing, Golf and Basketball.
Was about to study Aerospace Engineering at Auburn University before deciding to pursue Acting.
His wife Jill gave birth to their first child, a son named Miles, in 2011.
He is the only one of the three writers on ''It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia (2005)'' not to share a first name with his character as he didn't wish to be associated with such an unlikable character.
He was born in Japan, to American parents, and was raised in several countries, eventually attending high school in Montgomery, Alabama. His ancestry is English, Scottish, Irish, German, and, from his maternal grandfather, Ashkenazi Jewish (from Russia, Germany, France, and Poland).

Personal Quotes (6)

I was one of those strange people who loved school. - CollegeBound Network Interview
One of the things that makes any good entertainment, whether it's a play, drama, comedy, television, film, whatever, is that you feel a certain amount of spontaneity.
One of my biggest pet peeves is that I just don't like it when characters do things that are funny to the writer, but you don't know why they're doing it and it doesn't make any sense.
I'm really bad at writing jokes.
I take my work very seriously, and that's the only way for it to be fun for me.
I always thought it'd be fun to write something, but it never was an ambition of mine, per se.

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