Allen Glover is a writer, curator, and media historian. He was born in Kaiserslautern, Germany, becoming a US citizen at the age of seven. He attended NYU film school before joining the curatorial department at the Paley Center for Media/NY (aka the Museum of Television & Radio) .
At the Paley, he specialized in creating exhibitions on cultural icons like David Bowie, Rod Serling, Buster Keaton, and Lenny Bruce. He also programmed the Paley's annual documentary festival, produced events for PaleyFest/LA, and moderated Q&A sessions with an assortment of entertainment industry personalities.
Since leaving the Paley, Allen has worked on an illustrated book for Abrams / Overlook Press about the evolution of a pulp-noir sensibility on dramatic television, and an array of other writing and photography projects.
Allen resides in Los Angeles.