Glenn Plummer

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Glenn Plummer
Born (1961-08-18) August 18, 1961 (age 61)
Years active1987–present
(m. 2000;div. 2014)

Glenn E. Plummer (born August 18, 1961) [1] is an American film and television actor best known as Timmy Rawlins in ER (1994-2007), and Vic Trammel in Sons of Anarchy (2008-2009).



Plummer was born in Richmond, California.


Plummer has appeared in numerous films and television series, primarily in supporting roles or small bit parts, such as High Top in Colors. His prominent roles came in the films Menace II Society , Speed , Bones , Showgirls , South Central , The Day After Tomorrow , The Salton Sea and Saw II . In 2014, he produced and was a collaborating writer of the horror thriller film Teeth and Blood. [2]

Plummer was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male for his performance in Pastime .



1987Hands of a StrangerWilly JohnsonTV Movie
Who's That Girl Harlem Kid #1
The Father Clements Story-TV Movie
1988Hearts of StoneTigo LocShort
Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. Salim AjamiM. P.TV Movie
Colors Clarence 'High Top' Brown
Funny Farm Mickey
1989 84C MoPic Radio Voice
1990 Downtown Valentine
Heat Wave J.T. TurpinTV Movie
Pastime Tyrone DeBray
1991Murderous VisionDetective Beau GallowayTV Movie
Wedlock Teal
Frankie and Johnny Peter
1992 South Central Bobby 'Badass' Johnson
Trespass Luther
1993 Menace II Society Pernell
Dangerous Game Burns' Buddy
1994There's No Place Like HomegirlWesley
Speed Maurice
1995 Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead Baby Sinister
Convict CowboyLattrellTV Movie
Strange Days Jeriko 'One'
Showgirls James Smith
Beyond the EdgeHenry
1996 The Destiny of Marty Fine Mikie
Up Close & Personal Ned Jackson
The Substitute Mr. Darrell Sherman
Psalms from the Underground-Short
Small Time Ben
1997ProntoRobert GeeTV Movie
Speed 2: Cruise Control Maurice
One Night Stand George
Tear It DownNathan
1998 The Substitute 2: School's Out Gang Member #1TV Movie
The HeistDipper
Thursday Ice
Bad Cop, Bad Cop-TV Movie
A House DividedWilliamShort
1999 Spy Games Dave Preston
2000Love Beat the Hell Outta MeGlenn
Rangers ShannonVideo
2001MacArthur ParkLeo
Knight Club T-Dog
Deadly RhapsodyRoughneck
100 KilosRicky 'Freeway Ricky' RossVideo
Three Blind Mice Warren ChambersTV Movie
Ruby's Bucket of BloodJohnny BeaughTV Movie
2002 The Salton Sea Bobby
Poolhall Junkies Chico
Go for Broke Ramses
2003Last Night with AngelJay SummersShort
Shade Gas Station Attendant
Road DogsPanther
Baadasssss! Angry Brother
Gang of Roses Johnny Handsome
The Day After Tomorrow Luther
Reversible Errors Romeo 'Squirrel' GandolfTV Movie
Roscoe's Chicken and WafflesClyde ColtraneVideo
Sugar ValentineCutty
2005 Constellation Man at Barbeque
Go for Broke 2Ramses
Brothers in ArmsCurly
Saw II Jonas
2006VooDoo Curse: The GiddehProfessor Jenkins
El CortezJack Clay
It Ain't Easy-Video
2007Vegas VampiresEddie Patterson
2008 The Longshots Winston
2009Joshua's SoulJames EvansShort
Janky Promoters Officer Ronnie Stixx
2010 Ca$h Glenn the Plumber
2011Measure of FaithRonaldVideo
Showgirls 2: Penny's from Heaven James 'Jimmy' Smith
2012Monsters in the WoodsJayson
2014 Imperial Dreams Uncle Shrimp
The Other SideSimon
10 MinutesSamuelShort
2015Teeth and BloodVincent Augustine
Welcome to the FamilyFordelTV Movie
2016 The Sweet Life Earl
90 Minutes of the FeverClarence McGee Sr.
2017FrankSecurity GuardShort
PopeBig K
Gifted Greg Cullen
Men of GodPastor FordShort
2018Muslimah's Guide to MarriageBilal Ali
City of Lies Mike 'Psycho Mike'
A Woman's WorthKenny
2019Sins of a FatherDr. MatthewShort
The TurnaroundMaxShort
A Clear ShotEvans
Charlie CharlieJamal's Attorney
2020Children of the SunRick Williams
2021Dice Game Pt. 2OG Bobby JohnsonShort
One and the SameArthur Stinson
Lockdown 2025Clarence McGee Sr.
DymezMr. Mason
RelationshipsPastor Jones
The MagicDriver
Asbury ParkProfessor Moss
Black LiesMarcus
A New Kind of WomanBrian


1987 Beauty and the Beast Curtis JacksonEpisode: "An Impossible Silence"
1988 Ohara DoctorEpisode: "The Light Around the Body"
Tour of Duty Duke JacksonEpisode: "The Short Timer"
China Beach OmarEpisode: "Brothers"
Vietnam War StoryHank BarrEpisode: "The Promise"
1988-89 L.A. Law Lyle TorreyEpisode: "The Son Also Rises" & "To Live and Diet in L.A."
1989Women of Brewster PlaceC.C. BakerEpisode: "Episode #1.1" & "Episode #1.2"
1990 Nasty Boys Russ StanhopeEpisode: "Last Tango in Vegas"
Equal Justice Jake BurnsEpisode: "Balancing Act"
Cop Rock Byron BEpisode: "Pilot"
1993 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues MarieEpisode: "Disciple"
Dream On Andre WilsonEpisode: "Home Sweet Homeboy"
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Top DogEpisode: "Blood Is Thicker Than Mud"
1994 South Central Bobby JohnsonEpisode: "Men"
ER Desk Clerk Timmy RawlinsRecurring Cast: Season 1
1997 Lawless ReggieEpisode: "Pilot"
1998 The Jamie Foxx Show Dr. MaouffEpisode: "Ain't Nothin' Happenin' Cap'n"
1999 The Hunger Stephen KellerEpisode: "Night Bloomer"
2000 The Corner George 'Blue' EppsMain Cast
2003 The Dead Zone Jimmy D.Episode: "The Combination"
2004 Medical Investigation CoolyEpisode: "You're Not Alone"
2006 Bones Harold OvermeyerEpisode: "The Woman in the Tunnel"
2007 ER Desk Clerk Timmy RawlinsRecurring Cast: Season 13
Dexter JimmyEpisode: "It's Alive!"
2008-09 Sons of Anarchy Officer Vic TrammelRecurring Cast: Season 1
2009 Raising the Bar Frank LewisEpisode: "Bobbi Ba-Bing"
2010 Cold Case A.C.Episode: "Shattered"
2012 Southland Darrell MillerEpisode: "Underwater"
2014 Scorpion Agent Thomas KeelerEpisode: "A Cyclone"
Major Crimes Joe WyattEpisode: "Trial by Fire"
2015 Battle Creek ClarenceEpisode: "Old Wounds"
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Derek ThompsonEpisode: "Perverted Justice"
2016 Suits Leonard BaileyRecurring Cast: Season 6
Family Time HerbieEpisode: "Daddie Donnie"
2017 Grown Folks Plot SalesmanEpisode: "Snitches Get Stitches"
2018 Greenleaf VernonEpisode: "Chain of Command"
Shameless JacobEpisode: "Are You There Shim? It's Me, Ian."
2019 9-1-1 Dennis JenkinsEpisode: "Athena Begins"
2020-22 A House Divided AbeoRecurring Cast: Season 3-4
2021Sangre Negra... Black BloodJulian 'Windy City' LewisEpisode: "RockBottom" & "Diary of a Hit"

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  2. Behold a New Tale of Teeth & Blood