Glenn Plummer

D.O.B: Aug 18, 1961 |  Richmond, California, USA

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On a foundation of talent, unbridled dedication and a passionate mindset, Glenn Plummer has enjoyed a successful acting career that spans almost two decades. He has starred in such feature films as: Saw II (2005), co-starring Donnie Wahlberg, Shawnee Smith, Dina Meyer and Beverley Mitchell; Dennis Hoppers Colors (1988), co-starring Sean Penn, Robert Duvall and Maria Conchita Alonso; Menace II Society (1993), co-starring Samuel L.

Biography

On a foundation of talent, unbridled dedication and a passionate mindset, Glenn Plummer has enjoyed a successful acting career that spans almost two decades. He has starred in such feature films as: Saw II (2005), co-starring Donnie Wahlberg, Shawnee Smith, Dina Meyer and Beverley Mitchell; Dennis Hoppers Colors (1988), co-starring Sean Penn, Robert Duvall and Maria Conchita Alonso; Menace II Society (1993), co-starring Samuel L. Jackson, Larenz Tate and Anthony Johnson; Showgirls (1995), co-starring Elizabeth Berkley, Kyle MacLachlan and Gina Gershon; The Salton Sea (2002), co-starring Val Kilmer, Vincent DOnofrio, Anthony LaPaglia and Luiz Guzman; Poolhall Junkies (2002), co-starring Christopher Walken, Chazz Palminteri and Alison Eastwood and the compelling drama South Central (1992) in the break out role of O.G. Bobby Johnson, one of Glenns most memorable performances. It was largely this very moving role that helped solidify Glenn as a staple in the African-American film community. Experiencing much crossover success, Glenn took his abilities to cover a wide range of personas and delved into television. Appearing in such television movies and mini-series as, ABCs The Women of Brewster Place (1989) with Oprah Winfrey, Lynn Whitfield and Cicely Tyson; TNTs Heat Wave (1990), L.A.s Watts Riots of 1965, alongside Cicely Tyson, Blair Underwood, James Earl Jones and TNTs Reversible Errors (2004), with William H. Macy, Tom Selleck and Monica Potter, Glenn Plummer generated praise and accolades from critics alike for his performances in Showtimes Rubys Bucket of Blood (2001), co-starring Angela Bassett, as well as his deep, thought-provoking exhibition in HBOs The Corner (2000), with T.K.