Griffin Gluck

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Birth Date: August 24, 2000

Age: 23 years old

Birth Place: Los Angeles, California

Griffin Gluck enjoyed recurring roles in "Private Practice" (ABC, 2007-2013), "Back in the Game" (ABC, 2013) and "Red Band Society" (Fox, 2014-15) before landing the lead in family comedy "Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life" (2016). Born in Los Angeles, CA in 2000, Gluck made his acting debut aged just three in "Time Out" (2003), a short film directed by his father Cellin and co-starring his older sister Caroline. His next role would come six years later in "Sideways" (2009), the Japanese remake of the 2004 US wine movie, and was followed by a cameo on "The Office" (NBC, 2005-2013), a three-episode stint in multiple personality drama "United States of Tara" (Showtime, 2009-2011) and a supporting part as Jennifer Aniston's son Michael in Adam Sandler comedy "Just Go With It" (2011). Gluck then returned to the small screen to play Erica's studious son Mason Warner for three seasons of medical drama "Private Practice" (ABC, 2007-2013) and star opposite Maggie Lawson and James Caan as little league misfit Danny Gannon in under-rated sitcom "Back in the Game" (ABC, 2013). After adding Clark Gregg's labor of love, "Trust Me" (2013), and Courteney Cox's directorial debut, "Just Before I Go" (2014), to his filmography, Gluck was cast as the comatose patient/narrator Charlie in another short-lived show, "Red Band Society" (Fox, 2014-15), voiced a young Bruce Wayne in the animated "Batman vs. Robin" (2015) and briefly showed up in airborne comedy "Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant" (2015). Gluck then guested on three episodes of "About a Boy" (NBC, 2014-15), before bagging his first leading film role in "Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life" (2016), an adaptation of the James Patterson novel in which his new student character, Rafe Khatchadorian, and friends plot revenge against their mean-spirited principal. In the same year, Gluck also played Bryan Cranston's son, Scotty Fleming, in the holiday comedy, "Why Him?" (2016)

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