Just wanted to say hello and it's been a really long time since we spoke last. On the set of Drive-In out in Terrell. You may or not remember me, we are the same age, and went to rival high schools, I graduated from BA. My mom Jackie was the script supervisor on Drive-In. I just worked as a grip. Congrats on your booming career, you had a plan from the beginning. Every time I see you in something, I still think of you as Orville. Best of luck in your future endeavors.. Mark
Wallace Beckham said:May 11, 2015 9:13 am PST
Keep up the good work! Handsome red-heads are always right!
sharon jetton said:April 26, 2015 3:50 pm PST
Glenn - don't know if this will actually reach you but I hope it it does! Chris (White) my husband - if you remember - and I were walking down memory lane - and as we're going back to vegas next week - Chris was explaining how you taught him the virtues of craps. I remembered the time at VS when you saved me by taking over a party of 18 that I just couldn't handle. At any rate - BloodLine - binged watched and now it's gone............waiting for more.
Heather Morrison said:April 22, 2015 1:31 pm PST
I had the great pleasure to watch Glenn speak recently at the Renatus National Conference in Layton Utah (April 2015). So inspiring and uplifting - the shot in the metaphysical arm we all wanted and were thirsty for! Wow! Thank you for your great graciousness and kindess.
Robbie Farr said:April 17, 2015 6:53 pm PST
I had the privelage of helping you today at Enterprise Rent-a-Car in Salt Lake City. I couldn't have been more impressed at your generosity. You were patient, and had absolutely no sense of entitlement. You have a fan for life. I explained to my family members that your character matches "Aaron" in 24 to a T. It was an honor to meet you. All the best.
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