Glenn Cote is a visual effects supervisor, editor, writer, and producer, who has contributed to numerous major studio and indie feature films including Executive Decision, U.S. Marshals, Star Trek: Nemesis, The Road To Empire, Orphan, The Losers, Green Lantern, and Bullet to the Head.
Born in Ellsworth, Maine, Cote was reared in Montreal, Canada, until migrating to Southern California in 1978.  He attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts from 1984-1990, where he received numerous awards and scholarships -- including a coveted Jack Nicholson directing scholarship, a FOCUS Award in Cinematography for the short film, Three Piece, and a CINE Golden Eagle in Editing for the short film Rude Awakening.
Cote apprenticed at Industrial Light & Magic in the summer of 1988, and after matriculating in 1990 with a Master of Fine Arts degree, was soon hired as an executive assistant to the post-production supervisor at Warner Bros. and moved up the ladder as a member of both producing and post production teams.
Glenn Cote is married, has two sons, and is also a member of the Producer's Guild of America, the Motion Picture Editors Guild and the Themed Entertainment Association.
Canadian and American citizenship.