First Appearance: Relativity (Part Two) (February 18, 2003)
Full Name: Victor Glowerhausen
Known Aliases: None
Status: Presumably deceased
Height: 6' (182.88 cm)
Weight: 185 lb (83.91 kg)
Distinguishing Characteristics: Dresses as a stereotypical "hippie", sunglasses, goatee, long black stringy hair
Marital Status: Divorced from Esther Matusevitch
Esther Matusevitch met Victor Glowerhausen as "hippies" during an anti-war rally in the late 1960's and the two promptly married. Esther soon inherited a small fortune and, during the process of becoming a ruthless corporate magnate, became estranged from her marijuana-addicted husband and their young daughter, Trudy. This eventually led to a bitter, lengthy divorce. Esther retained much of the pair's belongings and fortune, but was forced to pay Glowerhausen enough alimony to build him a mansion in Beverly Hills.
Trudy's father appeared to have wasted his life as a drugged-up drifter, when in reality he had been sober and working as an FBI agent for a quarter of a century. During much of this time he kept tabs on his ex-wife, and he threatened to turn in his daughter when he discovered she too had followed in her mother's footsteps. The last time we saw Mr. Glowerhausen was when Esther knocked him out cold so she and Trudy could escape an FBI raid.
As far as we know, Glowerhausen was unaware of the existence of his second daughter, Sharon Murphy, who was born and given up for adoption while Matusevitch was on an "extended business trip".
According to Esther, Victor died, although the exact circumstances surrounding his death are currently unknown. Esther informed Trudy that Colonel Lionel Barker, her "business partner", is to blame. However, the Colonel later implicated Esther when revealing his demise to Sharon. At this point, the truth may never be fully revealed.
- "My horoscope told me to expect joy in frumpy clothes today!"
- The history of the Glowerhausen family
- Victor turns the tables on his wife and daughter, but has a glass jaw
- Trudy learns of Victor's death
- The Colonel informs Sharon of her father's death
- The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)