Born in Vancouver Glenn grew up in Kelowna B.C. Involved in many sports, he excelled at basketball, being named a first all-star in the provincial tournament, and being named to the B.C. Rep Team. Glenn then turned to football and attended the university of British Columbia on a football scholarship. After university Glenn moved on to rugby, and spent 12 years on the Canadian National team, captaining the side on many occasions and competing in 3 World Cup tournaments. Honors include selection to the famous 'Barbarians' touring team, and being named to the 'World 15'; a world all- star team. Professionally Glenn played rugby in London England, 2 seasons in Auckland New Zealand, and 8 seasons in Tokyo Japan, becoming fluent in the Japanese language. Glenn returned to Canada in 2000 and has been a stunt performer, actor, and stunt coordinator since then. He lives in Vancouver with his wife Lynn, daughter Teagan, huge Irish wolfhound Finn and angry mini schnauzer Webster.