Glenn A. Jordan

Film Director / Television Director / Television Producer | * 04/05/1936 (86) | San Antonio, Texas
Glenn Jordan (born April 5, 1936) is a retired American television director and producer. Born in San Antonio, Texas, Jordan directed multiple episodes of Family and helmed numerous television movies, several based on real persons as diverse as Benjamin Franklin, George Armstrong Custer, Lucille Ball, Christa McAuliffe, and Karen Ann Quinlan. His directing credits include small-screen adaptions of The Picture of Dorian Gray, Les Misérables, Hogan's Goat, Eccentricities of a Nightingale, A Streetcar Named Desire, O Pioneers!, and A Christmas Memory. Additional television directing credits include Heartsounds, Botticelli, ()
Most frequent genres for this person: Drama | TV Movies | Comedies

Known for these Movies & Shows

Awards & Nominations for Glenn A. Jordan

Primetime Emmy Awards Directors Guild of America Awards Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie
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Movies with Glenn A. Jordan as Crew(62)

Sound/Music2007 Payback
Directing/Director2003 Lucy
Directing/Director1999 Night Ride Home
Production/Producer1999 Night Ride Home
Production/Producer1999 Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End
Directing/Director1998 The Long Way Home
Production/Producer1998 The Long Way Home
Directing/Director1998 Legalese
Production/Producer1998 Legalese
Directing/Director1997 A Christmas Memory
Production/Producer1997 A Christmas Memory
Production/Producer1996 Jake's Women
Production/Producer1996 Mary & Tim
Directing/Director1996 After Jimmy
Directing/Director1995 My Brother's Keeper
Directing/Director1995 A Streetcar Named Desire
Production/Producer1995 A Streetcar Named Desire
Directing/Director1993 Barbarians at the Gate
Directing/Director1993 To Dance with the White Dog
Production/Producer1993 To Dance with the White Dog
Directing/Director1992 O Pioneers!
Production/Producer1992 O Pioneers!
Directing/Director1991 Sarah, Plain and Tall
Production/Producer1991 Sarah, Plain and Tall
Directing/Director1991 Aftermath: A Test of Love
Directing/Director1990 Challenger
Sound/Original Music Composer1989 Meet the Hollowheads
Directing/Director1987 Echoes in the Darkness
Production/Producer1987 Echoes in the Darkness
Directing/Director1986 Something In Common
Production/Producer1986 Promise
Directing/Director1985 Toughlove
Directing/Director1984 The Buddy System
Directing/Director1984 Heartsounds
Directing/Director1984 Mass Appeal
Directing/Director1982 Lois Gibbs And The Love Canal
Directing/Director1981 The Princess and the Cabbie
Directing/Director1981 Only When I Laugh
Directing/Director1980 The Women's Room
Production/Supervising Producer1980 The Women's Room
Directing/Director1979 Son-Rise: A Miracle of Love
Directing/Director1979 The Family Man
Directing/Director1978 Les Misérables
Directing/Director1977 Delta County, USA
Directing/Director1977 In the Matter of Karen Ann Quinlan
Directing/Director1977 The Displaced Person
Directing/Director1976 One of My Wives Is Missing
Directing/Director1975 Shell Game
Directing/Director1975 Song of the Succubus
Directing/Director1975 Rock-a-Die Baby
Directing/Director1973 Frankenstein
Directing/Director1973 The Picture of Dorian Gray
Directing/Director1971 Paradise Lost
Directing/Director1971 Hogan's Goat
Directing/Director1970 Dragon Country
Production/Producer1970 Dragon Country
Directing/Director1969 Let Me Hear You Whisper
Production/Producer1969 Let Me Hear You Whisper

TV Shows/Series with Glenn A. Jordan as Crew(5)

Directing/Director1986 Dress Gray
Directing/Director1979 Friends
Directing/Director1976 Family
Directing/Director1951 Hallmark Hall of Fame
Production/Producer1951 Hallmark Hall of Fame

Full Name: Glenn Jordan
Born: Sunday, 04/05 1936 (April) in San Antonio, Texas (current age: 86 years + 349 days)
Zodiac sign: Aries (Chinese zodiac sign: Rat)
Languages: English (EN)
Other names for Glenn A. Jordan (nicknames, foreign languages etc.):
"Glenn Jordan"
Glenn A. Jordan frequently works together with these people:
David Shire (9x, Crew)
David A. Simmons (8x, Crew)
Louise Latham (6x, Actress)
John Wright (6x, Crew)
James Garner (5x, Actor)
Zeljko Ivanek (5x, Actor)
Neil Simon (5x, Crew)
Paul Rubell (5x, Crew)
Piper Laurie (4x, Actress)
F. William Parker (4x, Actor)
Neil Roach (4x, Crew)
James Broderick (3x, Actor)
WatchPlayStream ID: PEOPLE:486101, Added: 10/04/2018, Last updated: 03/19/2023