“Glee” star Matthew Morrison prepares for the May release of his first album

Matthew Morrison will soon add “director” to his list of accomplishments, as he will assume that role during Season Three of his hit series “Glee“.

An actor on both television and Broadway, as well as a songwriter, the very busy Morrison says recording and preparing for his album’s May release, “is the hardest I’m ever going to work in terms of trying to be noticed and seen, so I want to push it until I’m 40. Then, I’d love to get behind the camera, produce films and be more involved in the storytelling process.”

Glee” returns April 13 at 8 p.m on Fox.


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