Benjamin "Ben" Gluck is an American director, screenwriter, story supervisor, illustrator and voice actor, most famous for being the co-creator of the Alpha and Omega franchise, along with Steve Moore.
Gluck started his career in the early 90's, where he worked as a storyboard artist in the Disney movies Dinosaur, The Emperor's New Groove and Home on the Range. In 1999, he created the animated short, Man's Best Friend, which went on to win awards in the American and International Film circuit. Later, Gluck worked as head of story in Bambi II and 9, and in 2006, he made his directorial debut with Brother Bear 2. His recent and most famous movie is Alpha and Omega, which was released to theaters in September 17, 2010. He also co-wrote the movie's original story with Steve Moore.