Having performed nearly everywhere, Glenn is truly one of the funniest comedians on the planet right now!
' Effortlessly funny with an affability other comics can only dream of. You have to go and see Glenn Wool’ Brian Logan, The Guardian UK
Glenn began his comedy career in his hometown of Vancouver in 1995. He moved to London in 1998 and quickly became an established star of the London comedy circuit and now he is a star of the World comedy circuit. Having performed nearly everywhere, Glenn is truly one of the funniest comedians all over the planet right now.
Most recently Glenn has conquered most of the states with performances on John Oliver’s 'New York Stand-Up Show' and Jim Nortons 'Down and Dirty'. As well as appearances on '8 Out Of 10 Cats', 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks', ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’ and numerous other UK stand-up shows.
Glenn wrote and starred in the second and third series of 'Comedy Cuts' for ITV. Glenn has also appeared in 28 Acts in 28 Minutes for BBC Radio 4, contributed to BBC3's The Comic Side of Seven Days, BBC Stand Up Show, Live Floor Show, The World Stands Up and Comedy Blue for Paramount and in 2005 he wrote, starred and directed his own show 'What's The Story?', broadcast on Channel 4 as part of the 'Comedy Lab' series. In 2016 Glenn was featured on “The John Bishop Show” on BBC1 as well hosting a new NBC series “Before The Morning After” all while being of the biggest names on the global circuit.
In recent years Glenn has hit the International circuit in a big way, performing to huge crowds in Singapore, Cape Town, Melbourne, Montreal, LA, New York, Holland, Dubai, Auckland and Sydney. He won “Best Comedian' at the Sydney Comedy Festival 2010 and was nominated for Best Headliner in 2009 at the Chortle Awards (other nominees were... Michael McIntyre, Rhod Gilbert and Jim Jefferies). He is a hugely popular addition to many of the great summer music festivals in the UK, including Reading & Leeds, Bestival, Download, Sonisphere and of course Glastonbury.