Victor Glynn Net Worth
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Victor Glynn information
Birth date and age[BOD]: October 11, 1956
The place of birth (POB): London, England, UK
Profession: Producer, Miscellaneous Crew, Production Manager
Victor Glynn, an award winning film and television producer and writer, was born in Balham, London on 11 October 1956. He married Lorna Gillian (Gill) Glynn (n?e Hastilow) in 1982. She died in 1999. He has four children. The youngest, Alfie, with Deborah Rosser. His daughter Harriet is a film producer and his son Phin is a TV Commercials Producer. His elder daughter Katie is a school teacher. He was a second cousin of the comedian and actor Dick Emery.After working for the BBC World Service for a number of years in the mid to late 1970s he joined Michael Bogdanov at the Young Vic Theatre, London as Press Officer. After working at a wide range of theatres as a publicist, including the Old Vic, Liverpool Playhouse, Oxford Playhouse and in the West End, he co-produced a number of plays at the Edinburgh Fringe and Heres a Funny Thing a play about Max Miller starring John Bardon at the Fortune Theatre in London in January 1982. This production was filmed for Channel Four and broadcast in November 1982. He maintained his involvement in theatre as a Director of the English Shakespeare Company from its inception in 1986 under the joint artistic direction of Michael Bogdanov and Michael Pennington.At the age of 25, in 1982, he started producing independent films. Over the next three years he produced many productions for the nascent Channel Four. These included Good and Bad at Games, the first screenplay written by William Boyd, Michael Bogdanovs adaptation of Hiawatha with the National Theatre, and the Jack Golds feature The Chain which starred Warren Mitchell, Bernard Hill, Nigel Hawthorne, Billie Whitelaw and Leo McKern. For the BBC and Masterpiece Theatre, he was Executive Producer of No?l Cowards Star Quality, a series of six plays which starred, among others, Judi Dench, Ian Holm, Susannah York, Ian Richardson, Patricia Hayes, Max Wall, Gary Waldhorn, Nigel Havers and a very young Hugh Laurie.From 1984 until 1996 Victor Glynn was with Portman Productions (later) Portman Zenith Group, initially as Head of Production and for the last nine years as Chief Executive.In 1987, Victor Glynn produced Mike Leighs film The Short and Curlies and in 1988 co-produced (with Simon Channing-Williams) the multi award-winning Mike Leigh feature High Hopes for Channel Four and Palace Pictures.In 1988, he brought Rolf Harris over from the BBC to ITV and was instrumental in the setting up of Rolfs Cartoon Club which was to become a huge success and was to run for more than 100 episodes. In the same year he introduced Home & Away to a UK audience on ITV.During this period the Portman expanded its production base considerably and in 1993 it acquired Zenith Productions from Carlton Communications and Paramount Pictures. Zenith, was probably best known as the producer of Inspector Morse for ITV. Zeniths other productions between 1992 and 1995 included 99:1 starring Leslie Grantham and Finney with David Morrissey and Andy Serkis for ITV, Hamish Macbeth starring