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Glenn Gordon Caron

Knowledge Identifier: +Glenn_Gordon_Caron


Glenn Gordon Caron

American television writer, director and producer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1954.

Countries: United States (89%), New York (11%)

Main connections: CBS, Morgan Freeman, Cybill Shepherd

Linked to: Fox Broadcasting Company, NBC, CBS




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Glenn Gordon Caron was born in 1954 add something


Caron graduated from the State University of New York at Geneseo in 1975 add something


His 1985 show "Moonlighting" was a worldwide hit, it revitalised the career of Cybill Shepherd and launched the career of Bruce Willis add something


He made his feature directorial debut with 1988's "Clean and Sober", starring Michael Keaton and Morgan Freeman add something


Caron returned to television in 1999 creating and producing the short-lived series "Now and Again" add something


In 2001 Fox ordered 13 episodes of the Caron created "Fling" add something


In 2005 Caron created "Medium" for NBC add something


Caron was the recipient of the 2007 Outstanding Television Writer Award at the Austin Film Festival add something


It ran for seven seasons, the last two of which on CBS, until early 2011 add something


In 2013, Caron wrote a pilot for a 2014 Fox television series titled "The Middle Man" add something


Caron wrote and produced episodes of the first and second seasons of the FX series "Tyrant", and in the spring of 2017 he joined CBS's "Bull" as a consulting producer before becoming the series's showrunner at the beginning of season two add something


On December 19, 2018, "The Boston Globe" published an op-ed by actress Eliza Dushku in which she claimed she was fired by Caron from the CBS series "Bull" in 2017 after she confronted its star, Michael Weatherly, about sexually charged remarks he'd made to her while filming the final three episodes of the show's first season add something