Glenn E. Plummer was born on the 18th August 1961, in Richmond, California USA, and is an actor best known to the world for his roles in films “South Central” (1992) as Bobby, and “Showgirls” (1995) as James Smith, among many other differing appearances. Glenn’s career started in 1987.
Have you ever wondered how rich Glenn Plummer is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources it has been estimated that Plummer’s net worth is as high as $800,000, an amount earned through his career in the entertainment industry, during which he has made 130 film and TV appearances.
Glenn Plummer Net Worth $800,000
Before his career started, Glenn studied acting at East Bay Center for the Performing Arts and the Contra Costa Performing Arts Center in Richmond. His career began with the role of Willy Johnson in the made-for-television film “Hands of a Stranger” (1987), starring Armand Assante, Blair Brown and Beverly D’Angelo. The following year he featured in another television film “Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. Salim Ajami”, with Sam Waterston, Ron Leibman and Robert Davi in lead roles, which won a Primetime Emmy award, and in the same year he had the role of High Top in the crime drama “Colors”, directed by Dennis Hopper with Sean Penn, Robert Duvall and Maria Conchita Alonso as stars of the film. These were a good start to his net worth.
Glenn started the next decade quite successfully, with a role in Robin B. Armstrong’s drama “Pastime”, for which he received a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award in the category Best Supporting Male. He then had a role in Lewis Teague’s action drama “Wedlock” (1991), starring Rutger Hauer and Mimi Rogers, and also the same year he had a brief role in the romantic drama “Frankie and Johnny”, starring Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer and Hector Elizondo, while two years later he had his breakthrough role as Bobby in Stephen Milburn Anderson’s drama “South Central”. During the ‘90s he had several more notable roles, including in “Strange Days” (1995), starring Ralph Phines, Angela Bassett, and Juliette Lewis, “Showgirls” (1995), with Elizabeth Berkley, Kyle MacLachlan, and Gina Gershon, “Up Close & Personal” (1996), with Robert Redford and Stockard Channing, and “One Night Stand” (1997), in which Wesley Snipes and Nastasja Kinski were the lead actors.
He started the new millennium with the role of George ‘Blue’ Epps in the TV Mini-Series “The Corner”, for which he won a Black Reel Award in the category Best Supporting Actor, while in the early 2000s he had lead roles in several low-budget films, including Deadly Rhapsody”, while in 2004 he featured in the sci-fi adventure “The Day After Tomorrow”, starring Dennis Quad, Jake Gyllenhaal and Emmy Rossum, which only increased his net worth. The following year he appeared in the horror “Saw II”, but until 2014 didn’t have another notable role, when he starred in the drama “Imperial Dreams”, directed by Malik Vitthal. In recent years, Glenn featured as Leonard Bailey in the drama TV series “Suits” (2016), and will feature in several current productions, including “Charlie Charlie”, “Pope” and “Gifted” (2017), among many others.
Regarding his personal life, Glenn was married to DeMonica Santiago, one of the members of the R&B group The Good Girls, from 2000 until 2014. He is currently believed to be single.