Glenn Tryon (2 August 1898 – 18 April 1970) was an American film director.
Born in Julietta, Idaho, worked in the era of silent film mainly as an actor, but also was producer, director and screenwriter.
In total appeared in 67 films between 1923 and 1951.
Glenn Tryon died in 1970 in Orlando, Florida.
* Her Dangerous Path (1923)
* Mother’s Joy (1923)
* Smithy (1924)
* Near Dublin (1924)
* The White Sheep (1924) (director: Hal Roach; covered by Harold Lloyd in 1927 with the title of The Kid Brother)
* Say It with Babies (1926)
* The cow’s Kimona (1926)
* Along Came Auntie (1926)
* 45 Minutes from Hollywood (1926)
* Two-Time Mama (1927)
* Beauty for the Asking (1939)