"David Glover is taking a new approach to growing old, and it's getting him rave reviews."
-Angela Hill, Oakland Tribune


Motivational comedy actor, David Glover, glorifies old age through theatrical shows, music, books & magazines, and public speaking. All in all, he's inspiring a senior movement to change the world.

"I'm on a mission to redefine the meaning of old age from its negative connotations to a positive, joyous time to be alive."

David Glover is an award-winning playwright, starting with writing his debut musical play -- "Doo Wop"(1981) which earned him the Bay Area Theatre Critic Circle Awards for best musical score in 1982.

Glover wrote and performed his first one man show entitled "Relationships"(1999-2000).

His most recent one man show is "Old Happens."


Glover's most recent drive is behind a senior movement he's inspiring called "The New Old Age Movement" or the "NOAM."


Glover also own and operates a production company, "David Glover Productions," a name he gave the company upon the encouragement of ODALC (Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center) director and founder, Shaun Tai.