Both onscreen and off, Crispin Glover earned notoriety as one of the most infamous oddballs in Hollywood, garnering vast critical acclaim for his bizarre character turns and intense performances. Crispin Hellion Glover was born September 20, 1964, in New York City. After his family’s late-‘60s relocation to Los Angeles, he began acting while still in elementary school, and by the age of 13 had already secured professional representation.
After winning a lead role in an L.A. production of The Sound of Music starring Florence Henderson, Glover graduated high school and began working regularly in television, appearing in guest roles on series like Happy Days, Hill Street Blues, and Family Ties. In 1981, he made his feature debut in the teen sex romp Private Lessons, and in 1983 appeared in My Tutor as well as a pair of TV movies, High School U.S.A. and The Kid With the 200 I.Q.
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The first half of this film really made me uncomfortable, it seemed like a really mean, unfunny sketch that went on way too long. Once I settled in the groove I realized something, its a wicked parody of Woody Allen films.! The wonderful sets reminded me of a higher budget John Waters, the graphic sex scenes were the most interesting I've seen a while. Crispin's use of sound is so odd and intriguing...