Emmy Award winning producer/director/writer Glenn Kirschbaum has spent more than twenty five years working in television production. A native of Boston, Glenn has overseen hundreds of hours of programming on such networks as The History Channel, A & E, Discovery, The Food Network, and HGTV.
Kirschbaum began his career as an independent writer/director. In producing his first documentary feature, Adolf Hitler: Man and Myth, he traveled throughout America and Europe, interviewing Holocaust survivors, as well as members of Hitler’s inner circle. His film was honored with two national Emmy Awards.
Kirschbaum spent the next several years writing the NBC hit program, Unsolved Mysteries and in 1997, he was hired by Greystone Television as a Vice President of Television Programming. In that role, he oversaw production on dozens of films for The History Channel including Nostradamus: 500 Years Later, Remember the Alamo, Masada, Rescue at Dawn, and The Unfinished Civil War.
Glenn currently serves as the VP of Creative Affairs at MPH Entertainment, producers of such acclaimed series as National Geographic’s The Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan.
And most recently, Glenn became a dad for the first time. Baby Benjamin is by far Glenn’s finest and most rewarding production to date.