Glenn M Ford
Glenn M Ford
Glenn M.Ford is a natural comedian who started his career as a Roadie for a
Rock'N'Roll band, he then formed his own band THE CADALACS.
Although he was a singer at the time, it was always his love of comedy that shone through and in the mid Eighties he formed a double act called JACKSON & FORD.
However, it was Glenn's talents that always stood out with audiences and there after he decided to 'go it alone', forming his own solo cabaret act and supporting such stars as LITTLE & LARGE, JETHRO, MARGARITAPRACATAN, MIKE REID, MARTY WILDE and many others.
On television he has appeared with MICHAEL BARRYMORE, THE VANESSA SHOW, TOM O'CONNOR ROAD SHOW, THE PIER and SURPRISE CHEFS.
In 1997 he achieved a lifelong ambition by appearing at the famous LONDON PALLADIUM in the celebrated 20th Anniversary ELVIS REMEMBERED production, and is now in great demand by theatres, hotels, holiday centres, clubs and television.
In the summer of 2005 he starred at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre in Eastbourne for a lengthy seasonal show, then followed this up by appearing in pantomime at Croydon's Ashcroft Theatre alongside legendary DANNY LA RUE, where he was cast in the role of Baron Hardup in CINDERELLA.
2006 into early 2007, again saw Glenn starring in pantomime, this time in Billingham where he was cast as Naughty Norman, playing the comic lead.
Not only a great comedian, but also a fine singer and an outstanding Impressionist.