Griffin Gluck is an American actor that got his big break at a young age. Born in Los Angeles in August 2000, he is a talented actor and a natural in front of the camera. At only twenty years old, he has nearly two decades of experience. Gluck has landed some memorable mainstream roles that made him come into the spotlight at an early age.
Time Out (2003)
Not many actors get the chance to show and explore their acting talent when they’re young. But Griffin Gluck is among the lucky few that the world has come to know and love from a young age. This young man literally grew up on the screen.
His first part ever was when he was just three years old, in 2003. The role was in a short film called Time Out that was co-produced by his father. This film gave Griffin Gluck a chance to try his luck in acting, and he turned out to possess an amazing and genuine talent that made him unstoppable.
“Guys & Dolls” (2006)
At the age of six, Griffin Gluck landed a leading role in the musical romantic comedy, “Guys and Dolls”. This was an opportunity like no other. The young actor was able to act alongside his older sister at the famous Palisades Playhouse.
It was his first even big part at such a young age. But his performance received great reviews, and the spectators recognized his potential.
Just Go with It (2011)
In 2011, Gluck got cast in the romantic comedy, Just Go With It, starring Jennifer Anniston and Adam Sandler. At just eleven years old, he was able to capture audiences with his fantastic portrayal of his character, Michael. With his spot-on expressions and fun and witty dialogue delivery, the young actor was entertaining and continued to be a promising future star. His performance even earned him his first-ever nomination as a supporting young actor in the 33rd Young Artists awards.
Private Practice (2011)
2011 was a busy year for Gluck. Not only was he cast in a feature film, but he also graced the small screen with his presence again. This time it was in a television series known as the Private Practice.
The American medical drama was a spin-off of the super-popular Grey’s Anatomy that aired for six seasons. The show was loved by millions of viewers, and age didn’t hold Gluck back. With his brilliant and mature portrayal of Mason Warner, the eleven-year-old was proving his value in Hollywood as a desirable young actor.
Red Band Society (2014)
The comedy-drama Red Band Society was a series about the experiences of a group of teenage patients that live together in the pediatric ward of a Los Angeles hospital. The show was only aired for one season, but when it comes to Griffin Gluck’s performance as the character, Charles Hutchison or “Charlie” has surely left a mark on the viewers. Not only was Gluck the main lead, but he was also the narrator of the show. If his talent isn’t completely apparent through his acting skills, his voiceover abilities are remarkable as well.
Batman vs. Robin (2015)
Griffin Gluck’s voiceover talents were put to good use in the 2015 animated superhero film, Batman vs. Robin. Now fifteen years old, Gluck played the role of the young Bruce Wayne. As expected, the young entertainer made his mark on dedicated DC fans and regular viewers alike. Through his voice, he was able to take audiences with him on the journey of a young Batman that is both memorable and noteworthy.
Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (2016)
Based on a famous novel by James Patterson, Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life is a live-action animated film. In the comedy movie, Gluck plays the lead character, Rafael Khatchadorian or “Rafe,” who decides to break school rules after the principal destroys his sketchbook. The way Gluck portrays his character with his gone-rogue behavior is extremely funny, and his acting skills and performance were thoroughly enjoyable. In fact, no one could have done better than Gluck at portraying the emotions and feelings of this middle school character.
Locke & Key (2020)
By 2020, Gluck had 17 years of acting experience under his belt, and he had shown the world his talent and abilities. However, after being cast in the supernatural horror drama, Locke & Key, he revealed his versatility. He was cast as one of the main roles, Gabe, a strong character who finds interest in one of the Locke children. Together they unlock new mysteries and face situations that are both horrific and interesting at the same time. The season continues with promising acting by our very own Griffin Gluck.
Griffin Gluck got his start much earlier than other actors. At the age of three, he was given a chance that many others could only dream of; he got his foot in Hollywood’s door, and that opened up an array of more opportunities that he has not taken for granted. He has shown his capabilities, and we hope to see more of this young and handsome actor in the future and are waiting to be blown away by his natural acting every time.