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Glenn Fitzgerald (born December 21, 1971) is an American actor who has had over 30 roles in movies or television series. He played the character of Sean in The Sixth Sense. Some of his other movies include Series 7: The Contenders, Neal Cassady, Confess, Flirting With Disaster and 40 Days and 40 Nights.
In the theater world, he starred in Kenneth Lonergan's Lobby Hero. He starred in the show Dirty Sexy Money alongside Peter Krause who he worked with in 3 episodes of season 2 of Six Feet Under. In his role on Dirty Sexy Money, as well as Series 7: The Contenders, he plays opposite actress Brooke Smith. He also played in Buffalo Soldiers as Hicks the tank operator.
Glenn has also starred as Natalie Imbruglia's love interest in her 1998 Top 20 summer hit Wishing I Was There. The MTV was filmed in New York by acclaimed director Alison Maclean.
From November 6-December 13, 2009, Glenn will create the role of "Alan" in the World Premiere of THIS by Melissa James Gibson, at New York's Playwrights Horizons alongside Julianne Nicholson.
Glenn grew up in Brooklyn, New York. His brooding looks saw him cast as a Calvin Klein model in the late 80s and early 90s. He quickly graduated to character work in some of Hollywood's critical success, becoming a featured performer in independent films and a staple at Sundance.
|2012||Elementary - (1 episode) as Linus Roe|
|2012||Perception - (1 episode) as Leo Attinger|
|2007||Neal Cassady as Jack Kerouac|
|2007||Dirty Sexy Money - (23 episodes) as Reverend Brian Darling|
|2005||Confess as Greg Lanser|
|2004||Wonderfalls - (1 episode)|
|2001||Law & Order: Criminal Intent - (1 episode)|
|2001||Six Feet Under - (6 episodes)|
|2001||The Believer as Drake|
|2001||Series 7: The Contenders as Jeff|
|2000||Finding Forrester as Massie, Forrester's Delivery Man|
|2000||101 Ways (The Things a Girl Will Do to Keep Her Volvo) as Jack|
|2000||Tully as Earl Coates|
|1999||The Sixth Sense as Sean|
|1999||Judy Berlin as Tour Guide|
|1996||Flirting with Disaster as Lonnie Schlichting|
|1995||New York News - (1 episode)|
|1993||Homicide: Life on the Street - (1 episode)|
|1990||Law & Order - (2 episodes)|
|1900||Matt Waters - (7 episodes)|