Louis Glanzman (born in 1922) is an American artist from Virginia who began drawing in the late 1930s for comic books published by Centaur Comics. He was an artist for the magazines Life, Collier's, Seventeen, Time, Boy's Life, National Geographic, and National Lampoon. In the 1940s, he served as an illustrator on the Air Force magazine for the U.S. Air Forces.
He is the brother comic artists Sam J. Glanzman (born 1924) and David Charles Glanzman.
Artist for Plain Brown Wrapper Games.