Glenn Plummer Net Worth

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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.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Glenn Plummer
  • Net Worth: $800,000
  • Date Of Birth: October 15, 1976
  • Place Of Birth: Richmond, California USA
  • Height: 1.73 m
  • Profession: Actor
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: DeMonica Santiago (m. 2000–2014)
  • Nicknames: Glenn E. Plummer , Glen Plummer , Glenn Earl Plummer
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  • Nominations: Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male
  • Movies: Showgirls, Saw II, South Central, Menace II Society, Colors, Strange Days, The Salton Sea, The Day After Tomorrow, Speed, Showgirls 2: Penny’s from Heaven, Speed 2: Cruise Control, The Substitute, The Longshots, Cash, Funny Farm, Up Close and Personal, Pastime, Janky Promoters, Poolhall Junkies, The…
  • TV Shows: The Women of Brewster Place, The Corner, Lawless


  • He was married to one of the members of the 1980s pop/R&B group, The Good Girls, DeMonica Santiago.


Title Year Status Character
Pope 2016 filming Big K
90 Minutes of the Fever 2015 post-production Clarence McGee Sr.
All Tomorrow’s Children 2015 post-production Mr. Charles
Calista House 2015 completed Detective Letulle
Poison Sky 2015 filming Jonathan Powers
Zen and the Art of Senioritis 2015 announced Vernon Conner
Four Kings 2015 TV Series LeShaun
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2015 TV Series Derek Thompson
Battle Creek 2015 TV Series Clarence
Teeth and Blood 2015 Vincent Augustine
Major Crimes 2014 TV Series Joe Wyatt
Scorpion 2014 TV Series Agent Thomas Keeler
10 Minutes 2014/I Short Samuel
The Other Side 2014/IV Simon
Imperial Dreams 2014 Uncle Shrimp
Winnerz 2013 Kirb
Scandalous 2012
Monsters in the Woods 2012 Jayson
Southland 2012 TV Series Darrell Miller
Showgirls 2: Penny’s from Heaven 2011 James ‘Jimmy’ Smith
Measure of Faith 2011 Video Ronald
Cold Case 2010 TV Series A.C.
Ca$h 2010 Glenn the Plumber
Sons of Anarchy 2008-2009 TV Series Sheriff Vic Trammel
The Janky Promoters 2009 Officer Ronnie Stixx
Raising the Bar 2009 TV Series Frank Lewis
The Joshua’s Soul Film Short 2009 Short James Evans
The Longshots 2008 Winston
Dexter 2007 TV Series Jimmy
ER 1994-2007 TV Series Timmy Rawlins
Vegas Vampires 2007 Eddie Patterson
El Cortez 2006 Jack Clay
Scarface: The World Is Yours 2006 Video Game voice
Bones 2006 TV Series Harold Overmeyer
VooDoo Curse: The Giddeh 2006 Professor Jenkins
It Ain’t Easy 2006 Video
Saw II 2005 Jonas Singer
Brothers in Arms 2005 Curly
Go for Broke 2 2005 Ramses
Constellation 2005 Man at Barbeque
Sugar Valentine 2004 Cutty
Roscoe’s House of Chicken n Waffles 2004 Video Clyde Coltrane
Medical Investigation 2004 TV Series Cooly
Reversible Errors 2004 TV Movie Romeo ‘Squirrel’ Gandolf
The Day After Tomorrow 2004 Luther
If Love Hadn’t Left Me Lonely 2004 Video Norman
Gang of Roses 2003 Johnny Handsome
Baadasssss! 2003 Angry Brother
The Dead Zone 2003 TV Series Jimmy D.
Road Kings 2003 Panther
Shade 2003 Attendant
Last Night with Angel 2003 Short Jay Summers
Go for Broke 2002 Ramses
Poolhall Junkies 2002 Chico
The Salton Sea 2002 Bobby
Ruby’s Bucket of Blood 2001 TV Movie Johnny Beaugh
Three Blind Mice 2001 TV Movie Warren Chambers
100 Kilos 2001 Video ‘Freeway’ Ricky Ross
Deadly Rhapsody 2001 Roughneck
Knight Club 2001 T-Dog
MacArthur Park 2001 Leo
Rangers 2000 Video Shannon
Love Beat the Hell Outta Me 2000 Glenn
The Corner 2000 TV Mini-Series George ‘Blue’ Epps
The Hunger 1999 TV Series Stephen Keller
Interceptor Force 1999 Russell
History Is Made at Night 1999 Dave Preston
A House Divided 1998 Short William
Thursday 1998 Ice
Heist 1998 Dipper
The Jamie Foxx Show 1998 TV Series Dr. Maouff
Bad Cop, Bad Cop 1998 TV Movie
Tear It Down 1997 Nathan
One Night Stand 1997 George
Speed 2: Cruise Control 1997 Maurice
Pronto 1997 TV Movie Robert Gee
Lawless 1997 TV Series Reggie
Psalms from the Underground 1996 Short
Small Time 1996/I Ben
The Substitute 1996 Mr. Darrell Sherman
Up Close & Personal 1996 Ned Jackson
The Destiny of Marty Fine 1996 Mikie
Beyond the Edge 1995 Henry
Showgirls 1995 James Smith
Strange Days 1995 Jeriko One
Convict Cowboy 1995 TV Movie Lattrell
Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead 1995 Baby Sinister
Speed 1994 Jaguar Owner
South Central 1994 TV Series Bobby Johnson
There’s No Place Like Homegirl 1994 Wesley
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 1993 TV Series Top Dog
Dangerous Game 1993 Burns’ Buddy
Dream On 1993 TV Series Andre Wilson
Menace II Society 1993 Pernell
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 1993 TV Series Marie
Trespass 1992 Luther
South Central 1992 Bobby
Frankie and Johnny 1991 Peter
Wedlock 1991 Teal
Murderous Vision 1991 TV Movie Detective Beau Galloway
Pastime 1990 Tyrone Debray
Cop Rock 1990 TV Series Byron B
Heat Wave 1990 TV Movie J.T. Turpin
Equal Justice 1990 TV Series Jake Burns
Nasty Boys 1990 TV Series Russ Stanhope
Downtown 1990 Valentine
84C MoPic 1989 Radio voice (voice)
The Women of Brewster Place 1989 TV Movie C.C. Baker
L.A. Law 1988-1989 TV Series Lyle Torrey
Funny Farm 1988 Mickey
China Beach 1988 TV Series Omar
Colors 1988 High Top
Tour of Duty 1988 TV Series Duke Jackson
Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. Salim Ajami 1988 TV Movie M. P.
Hearts of Stone 1988 Short Tigo Loc
Beauty and the Beast 1987 TV Series Curtis Jackson
The Father Clements Story 1987 TV Movie
Who’s That Girl 1987 Harlem Kid #1 (as Glen Plummer)
Hands of a Stranger 1987 TV Movie Willy Johnson (as Glenn Earl Plummer)
Title Year Status Character
All Tomorrow’s Children 2015 associate producer post-production
Calista House 2015 producer completed
Teeth and Blood 2015 producer
El Cortez 2006 associate producer
VooDoo Curse: The Giddeh 2006 producer
Love Beat the Hell Outta Me 2000 executive producer
Title Year Status Character
Calista House 2015 co-writer completed
Teeth and Blood 2015 collaborating writer
VooDoo Curse: The Giddeh 2006 written by
Title Year Status Character
Thursday 1998 performer: “Follow Me” / writer: “Follow Me”
Strange Days 1995 performer: “here WE come”
Title Year Status Character
Calista House 2015 completed
VooDoo Curse: The Giddeh 2006
Title Year Status Character
Hollywood: Wild in the Streets 1999 Video documentary Himself – Party footage
The Making of ‘Speed 2: Cruise Control’ 1997 TV Movie documentary Himself / Maurice


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