|Born||August 18, 1961|
Richmond, California, U.S.
(m. 2000;div. 2014)
Glenn E. Plummer (born August 18, 1961)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.
Plummer was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male for his performance in Pastime .
|1987||Hands of a Stranger||Willy Johnson||TV Movie|
|Who's That Girl||Harlem Kid #1|
|The Father Clements Story||-||TV Movie|
|1988||Hearts of Stone||Tigo Loc||Short|
|Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. Salim Ajami||M. P.||TV Movie|
|Colors||Clarence 'High Top' Brown|
|1989||84C MoPic||Radio Voice|
|Heat Wave||J.T. Turpin||TV Movie|
|1991||Murderous Vision||Detective Beau Galloway||TV Movie|
|Frankie and Johnny||Peter|
|1992||South Central||Bobby 'Badass' Johnson|
|1993||Menace II Society||Pernell|
|Dangerous Game||Burns' Buddy|
|1994||There's No Place Like Homegirl||Wesley|
|1995||Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead||Baby Sinister|
|Convict Cowboy||Lattrell||TV Movie|
|Strange Days||Jeriko 'One'|
|Beyond the Edge||Henry|
|1996||The Destiny of Marty Fine||Mikie|
|Up Close & Personal||Ned Jackson|
|The Substitute||Mr. Darrell Sherman|
|Psalms from the Underground||-||Short|
|1997||Pronto||Robert Gee||TV Movie|
|Speed 2: Cruise Control||Maurice|
|One Night Stand||George|
|Tear It Down||Nathan|
|1998||The Substitute 2: School's Out||Gang Member #1||TV Movie|
|Bad Cop, Bad Cop||-||TV Movie|
|A House Divided||William||Short|
|1999||Spy Games||Dave Preston|
|2000||Love Beat the Hell Outta Me||Glenn|
|100 Kilos||Ricky 'Freeway Ricky' Ross||Video|
|Three Blind Mice||Warren Chambers||TV Movie|
|Ruby's Bucket of Blood||Johnny Beaugh||TV Movie|
|2002||The Salton Sea||Bobby|
|Go for Broke||Ramses|
|2003||Last Night with Angel||Jay Summers||Short|
|Shade||Gas Station Attendant|
|Gang of Roses||Johnny Handsome|
|The Day After Tomorrow||Luther|
|Reversible Errors||Romeo 'Squirrel' Gandolf||TV Movie|
|Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles||Clyde Coltrane||Video|
|2005||Constellation||Man at Barbeque|
|Go for Broke 2||Ramses|
|Brothers in Arms||Curly|
|2006||VooDoo Curse: The Giddeh||Professor Jenkins|
|El Cortez||Jack Clay|
|It Ain't Easy||-||Video|
|2007||Vegas Vampires||Eddie Patterson|
|2009||Joshua's Soul||James Evans||Short|
|Janky Promoters||Officer Ronnie Stixx|
|2010||Ca$h||Glenn the Plumber|
|2011||Measure of Faith||Ronald||Video|
|Showgirls 2: Penny's from Heaven||James 'Jimmy' Smith|
|2012||Monsters in the Woods||Jayson|
|2014||Imperial Dreams||Uncle Shrimp|
|The Other Side||Simon|
|2015||Teeth and Blood||Vincent Augustine|
|Welcome to the Family||Fordel||TV Movie|
|2016||The Sweet Life||Earl|
|90 Minutes of the Fever||Clarence McGee Sr.|
|Men of God||Pastor Ford||Short|
|2018||Muslimah's Guide to Marriage||Bilal Ali|
|City of Lies||Mike 'Psycho Mike'|
|A Woman's Worth||Kenny|
|2019||Sins of a Father||Dr. Matthew||Short|
|A Clear Shot||Evans|
|Charlie Charlie||Jamal's Attorney|
|2020||Children of the Sun||Rick Williams|
|2021||Dice Game Pt. 2||OG Bobby Johnson||Short|
|One and the Same||Arthur Stinson|
|Lockdown 2025||Clarence McGee Sr.|
|Asbury Park||Professor Moss|
|A New Kind of Woman||Brian|
|1987||Beauty and the Beast||Curtis Jackson||Episode: "An Impossible Silence"|
|1988||Ohara||Doctor||Episode: "The Light Around the Body"|
|Tour of Duty||Duke Jackson||Episode: "The Short Timer"|
|China Beach||Omar||Episode: "Brothers"|
|Vietnam War Story||Hank Barr||Episode: "The Promise"|
|1988-89||L.A. Law||Lyle Torrey||Episode: "The Son Also Rises" & "To Live and Diet in L.A."|
|1989||Women of Brewster Place||C.C. Baker||Episode: "Episode #1.1" & "Episode #1.2"|
|1990||Nasty Boys||Russ Stanhope||Episode: "Last Tango in Vegas"|
|Equal Justice||Jake Burns||Episode: "Balancing Act"|
|Cop Rock||Byron B||Episode: "Pilot"|
|1993||Kung Fu: The Legend Continues||Marie||Episode: "Disciple"|
|Dream On||Andre Wilson||Episode: "Home Sweet Homeboy"|
|The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air||Top Dog||Episode: "Blood Is Thicker Than Mud"|
|1994||South Central||Bobby Johnson||Episode: "Men"|
|ER||Desk Clerk Timmy Rawlins||Recurring Cast: Season 1|
|1998||The Jamie Foxx Show||Dr. Maouff||Episode: "Ain't Nothin' Happenin' Cap'n"|
|1999||The Hunger||Stephen Keller||Episode: "Night Bloomer"|
|2000||The Corner||George 'Blue' Epps||Main Cast|
|2003||The Dead Zone||Jimmy D.||Episode: "The Combination"|
|2004||Medical Investigation||Cooly||Episode: "You're Not Alone"|
|2006||Bones||Harold Overmeyer||Episode: "The Woman in the Tunnel"|
|2007||ER||Desk Clerk Timmy Rawlins||Recurring Cast: Season 13|
|Dexter||Jimmy||Episode: "It's Alive!"|
|2008-09||Sons of Anarchy||Officer Vic Trammel||Recurring Cast: Season 1|
|2009||Raising the Bar||Frank Lewis||Episode: "Bobbi Ba-Bing"|
|2010||Cold Case||A.C.||Episode: "Shattered"|
|2012||Southland||Darrell Miller||Episode: "Underwater"|
|2014||Scorpion||Agent Thomas Keeler||Episode: "A Cyclone"|
|Major Crimes||Joe Wyatt||Episode: "Trial by Fire"|
|2015||Battle Creek||Clarence||Episode: "Old Wounds"|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Derek Thompson||Episode: "Perverted Justice"|
|2016||Suits||Leonard Bailey||Recurring Cast: Season 6|
|Family Time||Herbie||Episode: "Daddie Donnie"|
|2017||Grown Folks||Plot Salesman||Episode: "Snitches Get Stitches"|
|2018||Greenleaf||Vernon||Episode: "Chain of Command"|
|Shameless||Jacob||Episode: "Are You There Shim? It's Me, Ian."|
|2019||9-1-1||Dennis Jenkins||Episode: "Athena Begins"|
|2020-22||A House Divided||Abeo||Recurring Cast: Season 3-4|
|2021||Sangre Negra... Black Blood||Julian 'Windy City' Lewis||Episode: "RockBottom" & "Diary of a Hit"|
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