However Glover declined to reprise the role in sequels Back the Future II and III, and filed a lawsuit against Universal Studios for using his unauthorised likeness in Back to the Future Part II, when another actor was used to resemble him.'Had they only used original clips from the first film and not attempted to fool audiences in to believing I was in the film there would not have been a lawsuit,' Glover claimed in an interview with The Australian.
'Or had the producers only hired another actor to play the role and not used my features on the other actor there would not have been a lawsuit.
"The night before we were supposed to do it, he invited me over to his all black apartment; black lacquer floors, ceilings, everything.
Boonies yep, neurology residency when someone wanting out.I had much more influence on that character than virtually any character I have played be it in a large or small film.Another thing that came from me was the hair fetishism.” 2.But the chair, it seems, is not what it is thought to be. He has no TV anywhere in his house or, as he sometimes likes to put it atmospherically, "I receive no incoming television signals."It's just not," Glover says, sounding aggrieved. But it's my nature to analyze and think about how things are. He has self-published four books, surreal reassemblages of Victorian-era how-to texts, with titles such as ; his mother, Betty Glover, who helps him sell the books, reports that when schoolteachers tell her they use her son's books in class, she always thinks, "Oh, my God." He doesn't tell jokes, because he doesn't think jokes are funny.rispin Glover, who has been acting oddly in movies all his life, would very much like to set the record straight.