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Glenn Douglas Packard

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Glenn Douglas Packard was born the eldest of three in Detroit, MI to Roger and Paulette Packard. When Glenn was 5 years old, his father convinced the family to pack-up all their belongings and move to a run-down farm in Michigan, where Roger saw a potential future in the dairy business. As Glenn was growing-up into adolescence and the farm grew profitable, he began working in the family business in Clare, MI. Eventually, Glenn went on to study Dairy Management at Michigan State University. On one of his vacation trips back home, he suffered a horrible 4-wheeler accident. With a compound factor to his right tibia and fibula leg, his doctors insisted the only option was to amputate his leg from the knee down. After months of fighting the infection, which had spread through his entire body, due to the open wound, Glenn had to relearn how to walk. He made a promise to himself that if, and when, he fully recovered, he would do the one thing he had dreamt of all his life; to dance and entertain.While at 21 most dancers are experienced and season, Glenn was just walking into his first dance class. Within 2 years he was accepted into the scholarship program of the highly acclaimed Alvin Ailey School of Dance in New York City. Fast-forward 10 years later: after being dubbed "Dancing entrepreneur" by The New York Times, Glenn is one of the most sought after dancer/choreographers in the city. Since then, he has worked with great artist such as P!nk, Usher, Ricky Martin, Daddy Yankee, Deborah Gibson, Timbaland, Marc Anthony, Prince Royce, and Chino Y Nacho, just to name a few. Glenn is best known for his Emmy Nomination in the Outstanding Choreography in Televisions for Michael Jackson's 30th Anniversary Special which would eventually be the late King of Pop's last televised appearance and the last Jackson5 reunion.Around the early 2000's, Glenn moved to Florida under the wing of Lou Pearlman, who, at the time, was owner of the Chippendales where he was creative director and choreographer. Through Pearlman's camp, Glenn was introduced to Hulk Hogan's teenaged daughter, Brooke Hogan. The two quickly ignited a friendship with Glenn becoming a mentor for Brooke. Through this mentor/friend role, Glenn was then asked to join Brooke in a VH-1 television docu-series called Brooke Knows Best. For two seasons he costarred as Brooke's outgoing, gay best friend/roommate.Glenn is the creator, producer, choreographer, and creative director for the stage show and upcoming E! Network docu-soap titled Men Of The Strip.  See full bio on IMDb »

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