When show biz runs in your family, it will take you little or no time to learn the ropes and carve out a niche for yourself in any aspect of the entertainment industry. Griffin Gluck is an entertainer who is one good example of this. He started acting at the age of three when he, alongside his elder sister, attended a summer children’s showcase of Guys and Dolls which took place at the Palisades Playhouse. Griffin took up his first role in the short film, Time Out, which was produced by his father. As everyone’s favorite child actor, the young star boasts of a huge international fan base, who are not only excited about his career strides but are also interested in knowing about him as much as possible. Including his sexual orientation. This piece reveals just that.
Facts About Griffin Gluck’s Background and Career
Born—as Griffin Alexander Gluckon—on August 24, 2000, in Los Angeles, California, the U.S.A, the actor became the first and has been the only son of Cellin Gluck and Karin Beck. Although he’s been an actor since age 3, Gluck’s defining moment came in 2011 when he was cast as Michael in the film, Just Go With It. His performance on the role later earned him a nomination for Best Performance in a Feature Film—Supporting Young Actor at the 2012 Young Artist Awards.
After stepping into the spotlight, Gluck continued to make appearances in other films and has so far starred in over 26 films and television series. He starred as the Pharmacy boy in Sideways aka Saidoweizu (2009), Rafe Khatchadorian in Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (2016), Michael in Just Go with It (2006), Scotty Fleming in Why Him? (2016), Phillip in Trust Me (2013), Randy Morgan in Just Before I Go (2014), and a voice role as Young Bruce Wayne in Batman vs. Robin (2015), among others.
On Television, Griffin Gluck debuted in 2010 in the NBC TV sitcom, The Office. Since then, the actor has featured in other productions such as in Private Practice (2011-2013) Red Band Society (2014-2015), Silicon Valley (2014), Impastor (2016), The Mick (2017), American Vandal (2017- 2018), Back in the Game (2013-2014) among others. As Gluck puts it, all of these would not be possible without the support of his family. Let’s see who they are.
Who are His Parents & Siblings?
As mentioned earlier, the actor is the only son of Cellin Gluck and Karin Beck. His father, Cellin, is a film producer and director while his mom worked as a line producer and production assistant. Cellin was born in Japan, to Jay Gluck, a Japanophile and historian of Jewish origins, and Sumi Gluck, who was of Japanese ancestry. The couple raised Griffin’s dad in Kobe, Japan. Details of the actor’s mother’s background are not known.
Gluck has an older sister, Caroline Paris Gluck. Paris is an actress who became prominent after she starred in the 2005 Japanese drama/science fiction movie, Lorelei: The Witch of the Pacific Ocean, Still (2012) as well as Saidoweizu (2009). Being a budding movie star, Paris still has a lot of years ahead of her and is steadily building her career. So far as we know, she is yet to record a massive achievement in her career. Nevertheless, she stands a chance of doing so in the near future – many thanks to her incredible acting skills. She has also been a wonderful and supportive sister to her younger brother, Griffin. Now to the real gist.
Is Griffin Gluck Gay or Does He Have a Girlfriend?
Most celebrities who haven’t been seen with a partner of the opposite sex in public are often tagged gay until they prove otherwise. Griffin Gluck did not escape this. For some time, rumors about Griffin’s sexuality have been flying around but after a thorough burrowing; the paparazzi finally discovered otherwise. And there’s a name to prove it.
First off, Gluck is straight. Secondly, he is in a flourishing relationship with a hottie by the name of Charlotte Samuels. Born on November 28, 1998, Charlotte Samuels is an American marathon swimmer. She began swimming at the age of six and is considered the youngest person to finish the 17.5-mile Ederle Swim from Battery Park in New York City to Sandy Hook in New Jersey. She achieved the feat in 2013 and was 15 at the time.
Although it is not clear exactly when they began seeing each other, they have never shied away from flaunting their relationship on social media. The young couple looks adorable together whenever they attend public events. And we hope they remain together until wedding bells come ringing.