Griffin Gluck Biography

Griffin Alexander Gluck, commonly known as Griffin Gluck, is a vicenarian American actor. He is best known for his various roles such as Charlie in the “Red Band Society” series, Danny Gannon in “Back in the Game” and many more.

Early Life

Griffin Gluck was born on the 24th of August, 2000 in Los Angeles, California, United States to film director and producer Cellin Gluck and a production assistant and line producer Karin Beck. He has one elder sister named Caroline Paris Gluck who is also an actress. Reportedly, he attended Oak Park High School located in Oak Park, California. He is of Japanese and Austrian Jewish descent from his paternal side and of English, German, Scottish, Polish, and Irish ancestry from his maternal side.

Griffin Gluck Career

It was the year 2009 when Gluck made his debut in the television industry by working in the film “Sideways aka Saidoweizu” as a Pharmacy boy. In 2010, he appeared as Half Bred in one episode: “” of a series “The Office”. In 2011, he did a starring role of Michael Murphy in a romantic comedy film “Just Go For It”. He also did two television series namely, “The United States of Tara”, where he was cast in 3 episodes as Monty and “Private Practice”, where he did the main role of Mason Warner from seasons 5 to 6. In 2013, he did one film named “Trust Me” as Philip and one series named “Back in the Game”, where he did a starring role of Danny Gannon. In 2014, he appeared as Randy Morgan in the film “Just Before I Go”.

He also did the role of Adderall boy in 1 episode of the series “Silicon Valley”. In the same year, he played the lead role of Charlie in a teen medical comedy-drama series “Red Band Society”. In 2015, he did a voice-over of Young Bruce Wayne in the film “Batman vs. Robin”. He also did 3 series namely, “About a Boy” in 3 episodes as Clay; “Cuckoo” in a TV pilot as Dylan; “Life in Pieces” as Aiden in one episode.

In 2017, he played the main role of Sam Ecklund in a mockumentary series “American Vandal”. In 2019, he appeared as Monroe “Mo” Harris in a coming-of-age comedy film “Big Time Adolescence”. He also did the role of Jack Dunkleman in the film “Tall Girl”. In 2020, he appeared in the main role of Gabe in the series “Locke & Key”. He also did a recurring role of Aaron in the series “The Real Bros of Simi Valley”.

Awards and nominations

Griffin was nominated at the 33rd Young Artist Awards in the “Best Performance in a Feature Film- Supporting Young Actor” category for his work in the film named “Just Go With It”.

Social Media

Griffin Gluck has accumulated millions of his fans due to his hunky looks. Due to his charm and excellent on-screen performance, he earned a good amount of fame and is getting more and more projects. He has around 1.5 million followers on Instagram and a huge fan following on his other social media accounts as well.

Griffin Gluck Biography

Real Name Griffin Alexander Gluck
Birth Date 24 August 2000
Age (as of 2022) 22 Years
Birth Place Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Nationality American
Profession Actor
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Virgo

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimetres – 170 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 61 kg  –  in Pounds –  134 lbs
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Hazel
Body Type Slim


Father Cellin Gluck
Mother Karin Beck
Sister Caroline Paris Gluck
Brother None


Oak Park High School
College Not Known

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Affair No
Girlfriend Sabrina Carpenter (2019-2020)

Personal Life

According to the reports, it is known that the young actor has been in a relationship with a singer named Sabrina Carpenter. However, the duo didn’t announce their affair with the media yet.

Griffin Gluck Net Worth

The good-looking actor has gained a lot of attention and is living a celebrity lifestyle. He has not only gained attraction but also a mammoth amount of wealth as an income as well. His source of income comes from being an actor. His net worth is estimated to be around USD $1 million.


  • Griffin’s first major role is believed to be as a three-year-old boy in a short film titled “Time Out”.
  • His first-ever film was co-produced by his father, Cellin.
  • Cellin Gluck, father of Griffin was born to American parents but was partly raised in Japan.
  • Gluck is in great support of “Black Lives Matter”.
  • He once posted a picture on his Instagram account during the elections where he was indicating to his fans that he is in full support of Biden.
  • He also does an advertisement for a reusable water bottle “The One-Bottle by The One Movement” started by his friend Petrice Jones.

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