Glenn Gordon Caron (born 1954) (sometimes credited as Glenn Caron) is an American television writer, director and producer. He lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Caron graduated from the State University of New York at Geneseo in 1975. After his graduation he studied with Del Close and The Second City, before starting a career at an advertising agency. While working here he was invited by NBC to write a pilot for the network. While the pilot would not receive a series order his work impressed writer and producer James L. Brooks who invited him to join the writing staff of Taxi.
He subsequently wrote and produced the first ten episodes of Remington Steele before leaving to form his own company Picturemaker Productions. His 1985 show Moonlighting was a worldwide hit, it revitalised the career of Cybill Shepherd and launched the career of Bruce Willis. He made his feature directorial debut with 1988’s Clean and Sober, starring Michael Keaton and Morgan Freeman.
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