Philip Glenister Speaker Agent

Philip Glenister

Booking Fee Range : Please ContactPlease Contact  About Fees
Request Booking Information on
Philip Glenister

 Philip Glenister Biography

Philip Glenister is an English actor. In the early 1990s, Glenister appeared in various TV series including "Minder," "The Ruth Rendell Mysteries," "Heartbeat," "The Chief," "Dressing for Breakfast" and "Silent Witness." In 1997, he guest starred in "Sharpe's Justice" as Richard Sharpe's half-brother Matt Truman. He played William Dobbin in the 1998 mini-series "Vanity Fair."

From 1998 to 1999, Glenister co-starred as a mini-cab driver who aspires to be a rock star in the series "Roger Roger." He also played factory boss Mack Mackintosh in the first three series of "Clocking Off" from 2000–02. In 2001, he appeared in two of the "Hornblower" TV films as Horatio's antagonist Gunner Hobbs.

Glenister played the photographer who took nude photos for a Women's Institute fundraising calendar in the 2003 feature film "Calendar Girls." Also in 2003, he appeared in the mini-series "State of Play." Glenister played the German commandant, Baron Heinrich Von Rheingarten, in the 2004 mini-series "Island at War" about the Occupation of the Channel Islands during World War II. Glenister played social reformer and estate manager Mr. Carter in the 2007 BBC costume drama Cranford, as part of a cast including Judi Dench and Francesca Annis.

Glenister is probably best known for his role as DCI Gene Hunt in "Life on Mars" (2006–07), co-starring with John Simm as Sam Tyler, and its sequel "Ashes to Ashes" with Keeley Hawes as Alex Drake. Glenister also worked with Simm on "State of Play" and "Clocking Off" and the 2008 crime film "Tuesday." Upon announcement of the film, Glenister joked that he and Simm were contractually obliged to work with each other once a year.

Glenister starred as demon hunter Rupert Galvin in the 2009 ITV drama "Demons." He used an American accent for the role, which received some criticism from reviewers. After the series was cancelled, he said he had problems with the role and felt that he may have been miscast.

In 2011, Glenister reunited with John Simm once more in the Sky TV mini-series "Mad Dogs" about a group of old friends whose holiday in Majorca takes an unexpected turn. After a successful reception, Glenister returned for a second run of the series in 2012.

He starred in the 2011 conspiracy thriller "Hidden" on BBC One, and he played Captain Smollett in Sky1's adaptation of "Treasure Island," broadcast at Christmas 2011.

In 2013, Glenister played the role of Mr Trevor Gunn, a lothario PE teacher in David Walliams' BBC One comedy series "Big School." Glenister also had a leading role in the current Kudos-produced BBC drama, "From There to Here" (2014) which focused on the aftermath of the IRA bombing of Manchester in 1996.

In early 2014, Glenister presented the Channel 4 series "For The Love Of Cars" with fellow classic car enthusiast Ant Andstead. The two friends were set the challenge of restoring classic cars including a Mini Cooper, Land Rover, DeLorean DMC-12, MG T-type, Ford Escort and a Triumph Stag. The first series ended after 6 episodes, in which all 6 classic cars were sold at a London auction, with series 2 being aired in 2015. In 2016, he was cast as Reverend Anderson in the new series, "Outcasts."

All American Speakers is a speakers bureau and booking agency providing information on booking Philip Glenister for speaking engagements, personal appearances and corporate events. Contact an All American Speakers Bureau booking agent for more information on Philip Glenister speaking fees, availability, speech topics and cost to hire for your next event.

Tag Cloud

how to find philip glenister hire schedule entertainment famous booking agency keynote speaking corporate event celebrity recommended special event appearance fees favorite contact speaker bureaus402939
Booking Agency Disclaimer:

Philip Glenister Booking Agency: Celebrity Appearance Fees and Availability

Contact a booking agent to check availability on Philip Glenister and other top corporate entertainment

Exclusive Buyer's Agent that Books Celebrities, Entertainers and Speakers like Philip Glenister for Speaking Engagements, Appearances and Corporate Events

Please Note: All American Speakers Bureau acts only as an entertainment broker/producer for corporate functions, private engagements and special events. All American Speakers Bureau does not claim or represent itself as the exclusive agent or management of Philip Glenister or any artist on this website. Speaker fees are determined based on a number of factors and may change without notice. Fees often vary based on a number of factors including: speakers schedule, supply and demand, length of presentation, location of event and other factors. Fee Ranges listed on this website are intended to serve only as a guideline. In some cases, the actual price quote may be above or below the stated range.

All American Speakers Bureau is a celebrity booking agency and talent buyer which supplies celebrity talent worldwide. We secure speakers and celebrities for speaking engagements, advertising campaigns, personal appearances, commercials, licensing, voice-overs, product endorsements, spokesperson campaigns, publicity events, corporate entertainment, trade shows, and media tours.

Related Tags: Information on keynote speaking engagements, personal appearances, corporate entertainment and appearance fees for Philip Glenister, an inspirational motivational speaker. bio for Philip Glenister agency, manager, speaker fees, speaking agency entertainment booking agency, speaker's fee, how to book, booking agencies for lectures, speaking event, celebrity appearances for hire, who is agent, manager, publicist, who represents, speakers bureau management who represents Philip Glenister