Donald Glover

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Birth Date: September 25, 1983

Age: 37 years old

Birth Place: Stone Mountain, Georgia, USA

Links: IMDB | Twitter | Instagram

Donald McKinley Glover (born September 25, 1983) is an American actor, writer, comedian, musician and rapper. Glover first came to attention for his work in the sketch group Derrick Comedy and is best known for his role as community college student Troy Barnes on the NBC comedy series Community. Contrary to a persistent rumor, he is not related to actor Danny Glover.

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