Glenn Stanton is known in The Walking Dead world for his portrayal of Frost, one of the Wardens tortured by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and the Reapers in season 11. Stanton has had many memorable roles during his career, and now he can be seen in a new short film After – A Love Story.
Stanton began his career on the stage in Chicago in The Goodman, Chicago Shakespeare, The House Theatre, and more. He would then transition into TV before heading to Los Angeles, where he would then go on to work on many other film and TV projects.
He is known for his roles in 4400, Roswell, New Mexico, The Son, 9-1-1, Rosewood, Chicago Fire, Crisis and more. He has several upcoming projects, including a drama, Penitentia, a comedy short, I Propose We Break Up, and an animated fantasy film, The Ancients.
The Walking Dead’s Glenn Stanton in After – A Love Story
The Chicago-made After – A Love Story is directed by Clare Cooney and created by Alyssa Thordarson (Chicago Med), who co-stars with Stanton and Susaan Jamshidi (Chicago PD). The film follows a couple, Charlie and Edie (Stanton and Thordarson), who, after surviving a traumatic event, attempt to repair the space that has come between them.
Thordarson and Cooney also produced After, alongside Executive Producers Juan Francisco Villa, Raymond Esposito, and Divisionist Films. Jill Oliver co-produced the film, and Associate Producers include lead actor Glenn Stanton, Jerry Sun, We Make Movies, and Mike McNamara. (via Screen Magazine)
The short is currently making its festival run which began at the Cleveland International Film Festival, then on to the New York CineFest, currently at the LA Shorts International Film Festival, and on to Nevada Premiere at the Cordillera Film Festival.