Actor | Director | Writer | Producer
Director | Actor | Writer | Producer | Teaching Artist
"In Quentin, we find a courageous pioneer with a radical voice"
No Homo | No Hetero: Sexual Fluidity and Manhood in Black America explores the complexities, challenges, and beauty of being Black, bisexual and a man in the United States. Through interviews of cisgender and transgender men and their family, friends, and lovers, performance art, and archival footage, this docupoem invites the audience to experience the politics of living and loving authentically at the contentious intersection of racism, biphobia, and toxic masculinity. The documentary will be released in the summer of 2019.
Executive Producers and Co-Directors: David J Cork and H. “Herukhuti” Sharif Williams
Producer: Glenn Quentin
Director of Photography: Paul Notice
Sound Coordinator/Recordist: Denzil Xavier
written by Glenn Quentin
directed by Cedric Hill
executive produced by Chantal Jean Pierre
produced by David J. Cork and Glenn Quentin
When Mr. and Mrs. Henderson have to make an emergency trip they call on the services of Mrs. Carrington. The Henderson children have sent every single nanny running to the hills. Will the Henderson three be too much for Mrs. Carrington to manage?
written and directed by: Glenn Quentin
starring: Mario C. Brown, Glenn Quentin, David J. Cork and Pierre Jean Gonzalez
We all know not to get high on your own supply but, how can you push a product you don't know? Four brothers pull off a heist that changes their lives and celebrate by taking hits off the new euphoric pipeline.
by Krystina Bailey
directed by Glenn Quentin
produced by Krystina Bailey and Maxx Brawer
featuring Noel Anthony Martinez, Travis Demetri, Barron B. Bass, Christin Cato, Chris Gwynn and Pierre Jean Gonzalez
Additional creative team includes Barron B. Bass (Sound Design), D Malik Beckford (Train Conductor Voice Over) and Pierre Jean Gonzalez (Choreography)
You Can't Die Here
written & directed by: Paul Notice
starring: Glenn Quentin, Kwaku Driskell and Antonio Silva
When a high school student is forced on an errand to Trader Joe's, he runs into a stranger who might be able to save his life.. at a cost. "You Can't Die Here" explores the violence against unarmed Black men in a way that hasn't been seen before.
Glenn Quentin Show Reel 2017
Boardwalk Empire | Blue Bloods | Toast | Bi: The Webseries | Master of None Demo
written by Melissa Mickens
produced by Glenn Quentin and Melissa Mickens
M, a 20-something actress in New York City, fed up with having to fit into the industry's "black girl" box, and decides to break convention, sort of, and become a hip-hop star, who will then book oodles of acting work. M, makes an extreme choice and you (the audience) get to join her for the ride.
Dinner with the Stevensons is a play written by Glenn Quentin.
EDWARD a young man on the 18th anniversary of his day of birth has plans to leave his house for the first time, he wants to see the world for his own eyes, not as his mother MARIANE wants it to be. Unfortunately for young Edward, the rooting and support of his mother's dolls may not be enough to get him to the other side of the door. In this wild comedy, we meet his sisters and some of the dolls of the home that are simple playthings to the one who controls the realm in this play. Sit back, and enjoy Dinner with the Stevensons, a family you'll quote and grow to love, be lucky you're an audience member and not a guest.
Bi: the Webseries
created and written by David J. Cork
produced and directed by Glenn Quentin and Ashton Pina
Bi: The Webseries is a scripted series that follows Alex, a young hopeless romantic, juggling friends, work and more importantly, sexuality.
written by Frank Williams
directed by Glenn Quentin
director of photography | edited by King Lexx
“Too Be Frank” is a comedy-drama that follows the life of Franklin (Frank) who is highly addicted to social media and his iPhone. Throughout each episode, viewers hack into the world of Frank’s phone, ultimately knowing the true reality versus what he portrays on social media. “Too Be Frank” will explore the pros and cons to living with an addiction to social media along with the outcomes it can have on your family, friends, narcissism, and even self-hatred.