Glenn McCoy is one of the most diverse cartoonists in the business. Over the past ten years, his peers in the National Cartoonist Society have named him the Magazine Cartoonist of the Year, the Editorial Cartoonist of the Year, Comic Strip Cartoonist of the Year, Newspaper Panel Cartoonist of the Year and Greeting Card Artist of the Year awards, making him the first recipient to be honored in five different fields.
His nationally syndicated editorial cartoons have been reprinted in the New York Times, USA Today and Newsweek, and appear frequently on CNN. His comic strip “The Duplex” has been syndicated since 1993 and runs in hip newspapers from Seattle to Sweden. Glenn also works with his brother Gary on “The Flying McCoys" -- a single panel comic (featured in Chicago Sun Times, New York Daily News, Washington Post and 150 other clients). Several collections of his editorial, Duplex, and Flying McCoy cartoons have been published by Andrews McMeel
In addition to his syndicated features, Glenn also works for many of the top magazines,
greeting card companies and publishing houses in the country. His clients range from
Playboy to Parade. He has designed and written for many TV and feature animation
studios including Twentieth Century Fox, Universal Pictures, Walt Disney TV and
Feature Animation and Fox Television. He helped develop the Show Glenn Martin
D.D.S. for Nick at Night and has worked as a writer and story artist for several films
including “The Frog Princess”, “Ice Age 3”, “Despicable Me” and “The Lorax”.
Glenn has also written and illustrated several children’s books including ”I see Santa
Everywhere” and “Penny Lee and Her TV” (Hyperion) which has been printed in five
languages. When writing bios Glenn typically speaks in the third person.