Ira Glass

Mr. Glass is a journalist but also a storyteller who filters his interviews and impressions through a distinctive literary imagination, an eccentric intelligence, and a
sympathetic heart.

The New York Times

American public radio personality Ira Glass was born on March 3, 1959, in Baltimore, Maryland. He began his radio career as an intern at National Public Radio and worked on almost every NPR news program, before he created the wildly popular weekly show “This American Life” in 1995. “This American Life” has expanded to an audience of 2.1 million listeners on 500 stations, and is regularly named the most downloaded NPR podcast. Glass is also editorial adviser for the wildly popular podcast “Serial.”

Projects Then

Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host