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Glenn Douglas Packard

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Emmy Award Nominated choreographer, director and producer 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 dreamed of his whole life; to dance and direct. This multi-talented, Artistic Director/Choreographer who the New York Times once dubbed a "dancing entrepreneur" before moving over to film directing his slasher independent horror film 'Pitchfork', the over seas Bollywood film 'Rhythm' and being featured as one of the who's who in the choreography industry documentary 'Move' (along side Paula Abdul, Kenny Ortega, Debbie Allen, & Adam Shankman) Glenn was entrusted with the role of creative director for over 40 stage shows, creating some of the biggest stage and music video performances including The Latin Grammys, Pink, Usher, Liza Minnelli, Ricky Martin, Whitney Houston's All Star Gala, The GLAAD Media Awards, Prince Royce, Timbaland, and Marc Anthony. Glenn receive his Emmy Award Nomination for best choreography working along side the late King Of Pop, Michael Jackson, on his 30th Anniversary Special. Glenn was featured as the breakout performance on all seasons of VH1's hit show "Brooke Knows Best", along with creating and working with the E! network to star, choreograph and produce the TV event Men of the Strip in 2015. Glenn created, directed, produced, and co-wrote award winning indie horror slasher Pitchfork- Every Generation Has Its Monster.  See full bio on IMDb »

Brooke Hogan's BFF Busted for DUI

Brooke Hogan's BFF
Busted for DUI

Glenn Douglas Packard, best known for being a sidekick on "Hogan Knows Best," was busted for DUI in Miami Beach early Wednesday morning. According to the arrest report, once Packard was pulled… READ MORE >

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