Glen Powell

Glen Powell

Highest Rated: 93% Hidden Figures (2016)

Lowest Rated: 7% Misconduct (2016)

Birthday: Oct 21, 1988

Birthplace: Austin, Texas, USA

American actor Glen Powell parlayed his everyman good looks into a lucrative and varied film career. Born in Austin, Texas, he earned his first film role while still a teenager with a small part in Robert Rodriguez's "Spy Kids 3: Game Over" (2003). A series of minor roles on both the big and small screen followed, including appearing with Luke Wilson in "The Wendell Baker Story" (2005) and in Denzel Washington's "The Great Debaters" (2007). His television appearances during this time included guest roles on "Rizzoli & Isles" (TNT, 2010-16) and "Without a Trace" (CBS, 2002-09). He graduated to more sizable adult roles when he joined "NCIS" (CBS, 2003-) for a two-episode arc playing a Marine sergeant. He soon starred opposite Bill Paxton in the drama "Red Wing" (2013), moving him into the leading roles. He gained a wider audience when he joined the all-star ensemble cast of Sylvester Stallone's "The Expendables 3" (2014). He began alternating small intimate features, such as the thriller "Wind Walkers" (2015), with big budget fare like "Ride Along 2" (2016), with Kevin Hart and Ice Cube. He caught the attention of TV fans when he starred as arrogant frat boy Chad Radwell in Ryan Murphy's "Scream Queens" (Fox, 2015-16). Powell returned to his Texas roots to play a philosophical college baseball player in Richard Linklater's "Everybody Wants Some!" (2016). His hot streak continued with a small but memorable role as astronaut John Glenn in the Oscar-nominated "Hidden Figures" (2016). More prominent roles followed as he appeared with Henry Cavill in the military drama "Sand Castle" (2017) and starred in the indie dramedy "The Bad Guys" (2018). He next joined the ensemble cast of Mike Newell's "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society" (2018). After joining Zoey Duetch for the streaming romance film "Set It Up" (Netflix, 2018), Powell found himself sharing the air with a Hollywood legend. The actor took a role as a Naval pilot opposite Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer, and Miles Teller in the long-gestating "Top Gun" (1986) sequel, "Top Gun: Maverick" (2020).


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet No Score Yet Top Gun: Maverick Hangman (Character) - 2021
80% 81% The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Mark Reynolds (Character) - 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet O Plano Imperfeito Unknown (Character) - 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Bad Guys Whit (Character) - 2018
92% 68% Set It Up Charlie (Character) - 2018
47% 44% Sand Castle Sergeant Falvy (Character) - 2017
87% 68% Everybody Wants Some!! Finnegan (Character) $3.4M 2016
93% 93% Hidden Figures John Glenn (Character) $169.3M 2016
13% 48% Ride Along 2 Troy (Character) $90.8M 2016
7% 22% Misconduct Doug Fields (Character) - 2016
No Score Yet 36% Wind Walkers Sonny Childe (Character) - 2015
64% 40% Sex Ed JT (Character) - 2014
32% 49% The Expendables 3 Thorn (Character) $39.3M 2014
No Score Yet 38% Red Wing Francis Riley (Character) - 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet Jumping off Bridges Unknown (Character) - 2006


75% 93% Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Dave (Voice) 2020-2021
No Score Yet No Score Yet Today With Hoda & Jenna Guest 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Access Hollywood Live Guest 2018 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2018 2016
75% 75% Scream Queens Chad Radwell (Character),
Unknown (Guest Star)
No Score Yet 86% Navy NCIS Marine Sgt. Evan Westcott (Guest Star) 2012
83% 69% The Lying Game Gavin Turner (Guest Star) 2012
No Score Yet 86% Rizzoli & Isles Graham Randall (Guest Star) 2011
No Score Yet 66% CSI: Miami Unknown (Guest Star) 2009


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