B.A., Kent State University
Fred Gloor was the co-founder and director of the Cleveland Theater Collective, a non-profit theater support organization. He was the head of the writing and “alphabet” programs for the Second City Cleveland, and he currently teaches and runs the marketing and box office for the Tri-C Western Campus theater department. His directing credits include Charenton, Cleveland Public Theatre, Dobama Theatre's Playwright’s GYM, The Second City, TitleWave, CVLT and Tri-C Western Campus. As an actor, Fred has performed at The Cleveland Play House, The Great Lakes Theater Festival, Dobama Theatre, Ensemble, Cain Park, The Halle and the Beck Center for the Arts. He is a member of Actor’s Equity and the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). He has appeared in or voiced over 50 local and national commercials, as well as appearing in such films as "The Dream Catcher" and "Pirates" with Leslie Nielsen, Eric Idle and Rodney Dangerfield.