GRIFFIN GLUCK may only be in the 8th grade, but has already acquired an impressive collection of credits, such as “Just Go With It”, the soon to be released "Trust Me" (June 6, 2014) ABC series “Back In The Game” and “Private Practice." A clip of his recent guest star appearance on HBO’s “Silicon Valley” went viral.
This fall Griffin returns to network television as a series regular in Fox’s highly anticipated new drama ”Red Band Society.”
Griffin got his big break when, after an exhaustive nationwide search, he was chosen for the role of Jennifer Aniston's son, forced to play Adam Sandler's fake son, Michael, in "Just Go With It." He quickly followed that up with two seasons as a series regular on NBC’s hit show “Private Practice.” The talented young man has worked as a recurring character on ABC's “The Office” and Showtime’s ”United States of Tara.” Last season critics praised Griffin’s range playing Danny in “Back In the Game” with co-star James Caan, saying, “Gluck shines in material far lighter than all that Private Practice sadness.”
Griffin got the acting bug when he went to a summer children’s showcase of Guys and Dolls at the Palisades Playhouse. At the age of six, he was given the role of Nathan Detroit, and discovered his love for performing. He has appeared in several TV commercials for the Japanese and American markets, including Verizon's 'Lemonade Stand' and a national campaign for Eggo, among others. In 2008, he appeared in the Japanese remake of the film Sideways, directed by his father.
Griffin, a millennium baby born in Los Angeles, CALIF on Aug 24, 2000, lives at home with his sister Caroline, his director father, Cellin Gluck, and producer mother, Karin Beck.