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Michael Glover (born 12 November) is an actor, filmmaker, and musician who appeared as a Triannon in the Star Trek: Enterprise third season episode "Chosen Realm" in 2003. He filmed his scenes for this episode in end-October 2003.
Glover studied acting, music, and comedy with Arletta Albers and Hans Keizer in the Netherlands, Illan Egeland and Jefferey Allen in Los Angeles, and John Bedard at the CBS Comedy School. Together with his wife Robyn Rosenkrantz, Glover is known as the touring musical act and Europe focused film production company "Bright Blue Gorilla", founded in 1990. The duo released over ten CD's and produced several films on which Glover worked as actor, writer, producer, cinematographer, editor, and director.
Among his "Bright Blue Gorilla" productions are the comedies Sister Sarah's Sky (2005, with Stephen Markle and Trampas Thompson), The Mind of Henry Lime (2007), Karate Film Café (2008), Lose with English (2010), Go with Le Flo (2014), and Mr. Rudolpho's Jubilee (2016).
Other acting projects include the comedy The Last Shot (2004, with Glenn Morshower, Michael Papajohn, Richard Penn, Sean Whalen, and Robert Axelrod), an episode of Boston Legal (2005, starring Rene Auberjonois and William Shatner), and a dubbing voice performance in the animated film Konferenz der Tiere (2010).
In addition, Glover worked as dailies editor on the reality series The Osbournes (2002) and Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica (2004) for MTV and wrote songs for the comedy 100 Girls (2000, with Tamara Lee Krinsky, Dustin Courtney, and Dennis Madalone), the comedy The Last Shot (2004), and episodes of FreakyLinks (2001, with Dennis Christopher, Dawn Stern, John Vargas, and Zak Knutson) and Plain Jane (2010).