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Glenn McMillan

Biography

Brazilian actor and lawyer who’s known for his role as Dustin Brooks in the tv screen show Power Rangers Ninja Surprise. He received his 1st acting work at age group 11 inside a creation of Six Character types searching for an Writer at State Theater Organization in Australia. He analyzed law at University or college of Adelaide Legislation School. He was created to some Brazilian mom and an Australian dad. He co-starred with Daniel Mays in the tv screen series Mrs. Biggs.

Quick Facts


Full Name Glenn McMillan
Date Of Birth October 5, 1984
Place Of Birth Sao Paulo, Brazil
Height 1.81 m
Profession TV Actor
Nationality Australian
Movies Swerve, Zenon: Z3, Sally Marshall Is Not an Alien
TV Shows Wonderland, Power Rangers Dino Thunder, Chuck Finn
Star Sign Libra

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#Fact
1Was born in Brazil and considers himself Brazilian, despite living most his life in Australia.
2Took a hiatus from university to star in "Power Rangers Ninja Storm".
3Is a talented musician who is passionate about jazz and plays the saxophone and bass.
4Is a motocross enthusiast.
5Attended Pembroke High School in Adelaide, Australia.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wonderland2013-2015TV SeriesCarlos dos Santos
Mrs Biggs2012TV SeriesAdaulto
Swerve2011Saxophone Player (uncredited)
Power Rangers DinoThunder2004TV SeriesWaldo 'Dustin' Brooks / Yellow Wind Ranger
Zenon: Z32004TV MovieBronley Hale
Power Rangers Ninja Storm2003TV SeriesWaldo 'Dustin' Brooks / Yellow Wind Ranger
Power Rangers: Ninja Storm2003Video GameYellow Wind Ranger (voice)
Chuck Finn1999TV SeriesTheodore 'Tiny' Maloney
Sally Marshall Is Not an Alien1999Ben Handleman

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Power Rangers DinoThunder2004TV SeriesWaldo 'Dustin' Brooks / Yellow Wind Ranger

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