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He played a German-speaking clairvoyant during World War I in the Polish-language film Hiszpanka, and an unwitting employee in service of Robert De Niro's character in The Bag Man. He currently stars in the Starz television series American Gods as Mr. Glover was recognized for his directorial work in 2013 when the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City staged the series It Is Crispin Hellion Glover.
In the late 1980s, Glover started his company, Volcanic Eruptions, which publishes his books and also serves as the production company for Glover's films, What Is It? The program consisted of screenings of all of his directorial work, live performances, and speaking engagements.
His breakout role was as George Mc Fly in Robert Zemeckis's Back to the Future, an international box office success in 1985; his character was the father of Marty Mc Fly, despite being three years younger than Michael J. Glover and the producers could not agree on suitable terms for him to appear in the sequels, so the role of the character was greatly reduced and recast.
In Back to the Future Part II, Zemeckis reused brief footage of Glover which had been filmed for the first film.
The album features original songs such as "Clowny Clown Clown", odd versions of Lee Hazlewood's "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'", and Charles Manson's "I'll Never Say Never to Always" (sung in falsetto), and readings from his art books Rat Catching and Oak Mot.
Sample pages from these books are featured in the album's liner notes.
He appeared in several sitcoms as a teenager, including Happy Days and Family Ties. That led to roles in Teachers (1984) and Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984).
He then worked with director Trent Harris on the third chapter of the Beaver Trilogy, entitled The Orkly Kid.
He received mainstream attention as the "Thin Man" in the Charlie's Angels films; the character had initially been cast as a speaking role, but Glover, noting that the lines as written were exposition, convinced the producers to eliminate the lines to create a precise image for the character.
Oak-Mot and Rat Catching are featured prominently during his Big Slide Show presentation, and are presented as visual art as much as written art.
He constructs the books by reusing old novels and other publications which have fallen into the public domain due to their age (for example, Rat Catching was constructed from an 1896 book Studies in the Art of Rat Catching, and Oak-Mot was constructed from an 1868 novel of the same title).
As a child, Glover attended the Mirman School from first grade through ninth grade.
He then attended both Venice High for tenth and eleventh grade, and Beverly Hills High School only for twelfth grade; he graduated in 1982.