Was the choreographer of the Tony Award-nominated musical "Shuffle Along"
Made a guest appearance on "Late Night With Seth Meyers"
Toured the United States and London with the dance how "Stepz"
Reprised his role as choreographer for the sequel "Happy Feet 2"
Was the choreographer for the animated film "Happy Feet"
Co-starred in Spike Lee's controversial "Bamboozled"
Won Tony Award for Best Choreography for "Bring In Da Noise, Bring In Da Funk"
First performance on "Sesame Street"
Feature film debut in "Tap"
Nominated for a Tony Award for his performance in "Black and Blue"
Broadway debut in "The Tap Dance Kid"
Deliberately adopted an extremely serious affect for his dance performances.
Gregory Hines, the legendary tap dancer, was an early influence and mentor to Glover.
Elements of funk have been incorporated into Glover's distinctive tap dancing style.
"I was first introduced to dancing through the TV: I remember watching ballet, jazz and ballroom dancing when I was very little. But I felt no connection with it whatsoever: it was just like watching a Tom and Jerry cartoon." - from The Guardian, March 25, 2014