Glenn Plummer
American actor
Glenn Plummer
Glenn E. Plummer is an American film and television actor. Plummer was born in Richmond, California. He 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. He was offered the role of Jesse in Riding the Bus with My Sister.
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Iowa City Regina hires principal
Eastern Iowa Schools - almost 5 years
IOWA CITY – Iowa City Regina has lifted the interim tag off junior/senior high school principal Glenn Plummer. The Regina Catholic Education Center’s school board Tuesday night unanimously approved hiring Plummer as principal, according to a news release. The board’s … Continue reading →
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West's average ACT score best in state - Iowa City Press Citizen
Google News - over 5 years
In addition, Regina High School graduates in 2011 averaged 24.9, assistant principal Glenn Plummer said. The 2011 scores at the three local high schools were higher than the state average of 22.3, up slightly from 22.2 in 2010, and the national average
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Watch Trailer for Improvised Action Drama '513' - Indie Wire (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
I also, saw Glenn Plummer (“South Central” 1992, “The Corner” TV series, Saw II) I agree with darkan & Yawn…another one of these I think the trailer is way too long and it does not reveal anything about story
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Firkins hits stride - Iowa City Press Citizen
Google News - over 5 years
"He has come a long way since his freshman year," Regina coach Glenn Plummer said. "A very long way. It was a proud moment to see him finally reach a goal that he had. It was fun to see how excited he was. I think he shook the kid who won the high
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Three sets of twins will graduate from Regina Sunday - Iowa City Press Citizen
Google News - almost 6 years
Regina High School seniors Kayla Balke, left, and Molly Balke listen to Regina High School assistant principal Glenn Plummer speak during graduation practice Wednesday at the school. The Balkes are one of three sets of twins among the 68 seniors who
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Glenn Plummer -- Sued by a Guy Named Lawyer - TMZ.com
Google News - almost 6 years
"Showgirls" star Glenn Plummer got slapped with a lawsuit from a guy who should know a lot about courtroom action ... because his name is Lawyer Henderson. According to a lawsuit filed in Georgia last week, Plummer screwed over Lawyer when,
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'Israel Peace Week' - Jewish News of Greater Phoenix
Google News - almost 6 years
Additionally, SDI partnered with two other student groups and brought in three speakers: Pastor Glenn Plummer, founder of the Fellowship of Israel and Black America, who talked about the importance of educating the black community about Israel;
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Film in Review; El Cortez
NYTimes - over 10 years
Opens today in Manhattan. Directed by Stephen Purvis Not rated; 94 minutes Lou Diamond Phillips's character in ''El Cortez'' is a Reno hotel desk clerk who suffers from black-and-white flashbacks. Mild-mannered Manny was recently released from a prison for the criminally insane. So it may not seem strange to him (as it almost certainly will to
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TV WEEKEND; Looking for the Flaw That Can Save a Life
NYTimes - almost 13 years
A foggy night. A battered motel sign. The plaintive wail of a jazz saxophone. A platinum blonde in black lace underwear. Would it still be film noir if her bra were beige? ''Scott Turow's Reversible Errors,'' a two-part mini-series that begins Sunday on CBS and is based on Mr. Turow's best-selling novel, opens with what looks like a parody of
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FILM REVIEW; Speeding to Hit Bottom, and About to Get There Fast
NYTimes - almost 15 years
''The Salton Sea,'' a grim, druggy nightmare of a film set in the Los Angeles demimonde of methamphetamine users and dealers, aims to be the ne plus ultra of sleazy West Coast hyperchill. How close to freezing is it? In the surreal opening scene in a dilapidated rooming house that has been set on fire, its tranced-out, heavily tattooed protagonist,
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TV WEEKEND; Heroin Chic? Not in the Slightest
NYTimes - almost 17 years
There are close-ups of needles and open sores on the junkies who populate a drug-saturated neighborhood in HBO's tough mini-series ''The Corner.'' More important, there are vivid individuals within each of those damaged bodies. Set and filmed in Baltimore, the series is a dramatized version of the nonfiction book ''The Corner: A Year in the Life of
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Sweet Memories of That First Murder
NYTimes - over 19 years
If the gamblers, bagmen and other lowlife heroes of Elmore Leonard's novels are likable, it's only in part because they are not bloodthirsty; they always have some offbeat, amusing quirk, too. Harry Arno, the Miami bookie who is at the center of ''Pronto,'' has a soft spot for Ezra Pound. Poetry has nothing to do with it. In 1945, both Harry and
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If They Look Familiar, It's Because They Are
NYTimes - over 20 years
YOU KNOW THEM. The minute they show up on screen you recognize their faces, those wonderfully expressive yet Everyman faces that make such an indelible imprint on the celluloid landscape. You can't recall their names, but you're positive you've seen them before -- and you probably have. The actor who played the bullying Marine sergeant in ''Full
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At the Top of TV News, A Star Is Made, Not Born
NYTimes - almost 21 years
IN "Up Close and Personal," Michelle Pfeiffer morphs gorgeously from tacky would-be television-news talent at a local Miami station to sleek, glamorous network swan. Her transformation is overseen by Robert Redford, who might as well be saying "Here's looking at you, kid," with every appreciative gaze. These two stars, well matched and vastly
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FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW;New, Improved Virtual Reality, 1999
NYTimes - over 21 years
In the near future, when Los Angeles becomes a smoking, rubble-strewn crime scene and the millennium is close at hand, technology will devise bigger and better contraband. Using advanced virtual-reality headgear that taps into the cerebral cortex and touches every nerve, it will be possible to record and then sell any illicit sensation, the nastier
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FILM REVIEW;
NYTimes - over 21 years
WITH fearless investigative zeal, Paul Verhoeven and Joe Ezsterhas, the director and writer of "Basic Instinct," decided to blow the lid off Las Vegas lap dancing and everything it stands for. This quest for truth forced Mr. Verhoeven to watch nearly every big Vegas nightclub show and Mr. Ezsterhas to experience lap dancing on an up-close, personal
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TV WEEKEND; He's a Prisoner, the Least of His Worries
NYTimes - over 21 years
Jon Voight, a fine actor whose film credits include acclaimed performances in "Midnight Cowboy," "Coming Home" and "Runaway Train," could use a good movie at this stage of his career. "Convict Cowboy," Sunday's Showtime "original movie" out of MGM, isn't it. Looking lean and tough, Mr. Voight plays Ry Weston, a lifer at the Brownwood State Prison
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Review/Film; Teen-Agers Living Under the Gun
NYTimes - almost 24 years
In the riveting opening scene of "Menace II Society," a tense transaction between a Korean grocer and two young black men in South-Central Los Angeles explodes into lethal violence. Caine (Tyrin Turner), a high school senior who lives with his grandparents, has gone out to buy some beers with his volatile sidekick O-Dog (Larenz Tate). When the
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Home Video
NYTimes - about 24 years
Bills in Many States Measured by the number of anti-obscenity bills pending in state legislatures, a more liberal Administration in Washington seems to be rallying a conservative response at the video store. "A lot of people thought if Bill Clinton got elected, censorship would be over with," said Rick Karpel, the director of legal affairs of the
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Review/Film; Drugs, Gangs And Reform Via Love
NYTimes - over 24 years
Although "South-Central" is about gangs, drugs, mindless violence and the paucity of father figures for young black men, the style of the film is distinctly dated. In setting forth the story of Bobby (Glenn Plummer), who joins a gang and spends much of his life in jail before coming to his senses, "South-Central" plays more like an exploitative
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