Timeline of Griffin Gluck
|Date of Birth:||2000 , August-24|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
At the age of three, Gluck got his first role in a short film,” Time Out” in a supporting role, which was co-produced by his father. Later, Griffin Gluck debuted on the television with 2010s television series, “ The Office” as Half Bred for only one episode.
Following, Griffin appeared in many television series such as Private Practice, Silicon Valley, Red Band Society, About a Boy, Cuckoo, Impostor, The Mick and much more.
Giving continuity towards his career, Griffin Gluck got his breakthrough from 2011 movie, “Just Go With It” as Michael for which he was nominated for “Young Artist Award." His diligent performance led him to many films including Trust Me, Just Before I Go, Batman vs Robin, Middle School; The Worst Years of My Life and many others.
In concern towards his personal life, Griddin Gluck was in a relationship girlfriend, Natalie Jones and separated after a year of their relationship.
After that, Griffin Gluck rumored for an encounter with an American actress Landry Bender, which created a lot of assumptions regarding the relationship with her, but they never confirmed their relationship.
After going through an unsuccessful relationship, Gluck is currently enjoying his singlehood and developing his career.
Griffin Gluck belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Griffin earns an impressive amount of salary from his profession; however, the exact figure of his net worth and salary are still under review.
Griffin Gluck facts on timeline
Born in California, U.S.August 24 , 2000
Griffin Gluck was born as Griffin Alexander Gluck on August 24, 2000, in Los Angeles, California. He was born to his father, Cellin, and mother, Karin Beck and grew up with his older sister, Caroline Paris Gluck.
Television debut from "The Office"2010
Griffin took his first step in the film industry through the television series “The Office” as Half Bred. Following this, he has appeared in many television series such as the United State of Tara, Private Practice, Silicon Valley, Red Band Society and many others.
Appeared in "Just Go With It"2011
Griffin appeared in an American romantic comedy film, “Just Go With It” as Michael which received a positive review from the audiences. As well as he was nominated for “Young Artist Awards” for best performance.
Appeared in "Why Him"2016
Griffin appeared in an American comedy film, Why Him as Scotty Fleming. John Hamburg is the director of the movie, Stuart. And the producers of the movie are Dan, Shawn Levy, and Jonah.
Featured in "Batman vs. Robin"2015
Gluck appeared in an animated superhero film, "Batman vs. Robin" as Young Bruce Wayne. Jay Oliva is the director of the movie and James Tucker is the producer of the movie.