Amanda Plummer Net Worth 2023

America is indeed blessed with so many talents of humans. Amanda is one of such talents; Amanda Plummer Net Worth is estimated to be 10 millions dollars. Let us take a walk down other things that might interest you about Plummer.

Amanda Plummer’s Early Day and Marital Family

Amanda was born on the 23rd of March 1956 in New York City to actors Tammy Grimes (an American singer and actress) and Christopher Plummer (a Canadian actor). She was the only child born to these two stars, who got divorced and went their separate ways when Amanda was still young, leaving her to be raised by her mother.

She and her parents lived in New York City in the early days of her life therefore, she attended Trinity School and United Nations International, Middlebury College in Vermont for two-and-a-half years, after which she studied acting as a course at New York City Neighbouring Playhouse School of the theatre.

Her father; Christopher Plummer made his first debut in the movie Stage Struck in year 1958. Having grown up Amanda has been in a relationship with Paul Chart; an English filmmaker, they live together and the duo lived together in Log Angeles ever since she featured in the American Perfekt movie in 1997.

What does Amanda Plummer Do?

Amanda Plummer is a veteran  American actress known for her performances on stage and her appearances in movies like Pulp Fiction (1994), The Hunger Games; Catching Fire (2013) which made a lot of waves worldwide, and Fisher King (1991).

In 1982, she won a Tony award due to her wonderful performance in the movie Agnes of God, she has also made appearance in season three of Star trek; Picard (2023).

Amanda has made appearances in television and stage performances as well as in films. Let us do a quick check at them.

Amanda’s Stage Appearances:


  • A month in the Country as Vera Aleksandrovna in 1979
  • A Taste of Honey as Josephine in 1981
  • Agnes of God as Sister Agnes in 198
  • Lee of Oswaid as Marina in 1983
  • Glass Menagerie as Laura Wingfield in 1983
  • A Lie of the Mind as Beth in 1985
  • You never can tell as Dolly Clandon in 1986
  • Pygmalion as Eliza Doolittle in 1987
  • Abundance as Bess in 1990
  • Killer Joe as Shala Smith in 1998
  • The Lark as Joan of Arc in 2005
  • Summer and Smoke as Alma Winemiller in 2006-2007
  • The two-character play as Clare in 2013
  • The Night of Iguana as Hannah Jelkes in 2017

Amanda’s Television Appearances:

  • ABS Afterschool special as Dunoway in 1982 
  • Moonlighting as Jacie Wilbourne in 1987 
  • The Equalizer as Jill O’Connor in 1988 
  • Miami Vice as Lisa Madson in 1989 
  • Tales from the Crypt as Peggy in 1989 
  • HBO Story Musicals as Narrator in 1989 
  • True Blue as Susan Lizar in 1989 
  • L.A. Law as Alice Hackett in 1989-1990 
  • Kojak as Phyllis in 1990 
  • The Hidden Room as Sarah Cole 1991
  •   The Outer Limits as Dr. Theresa Givens in 1996-2000 
  • Duckman as Princess Fallopia (voice) in 1996 
  • Stories from my Childhood as the Queen (Voice) in 1998 
  • Night Visions as Music Professor in 2002 
  • Law and Order as Miranda Cole in 2004 
  • Battlestar Galactica as Oracle Selloi in 2006 
  • WordGirl as Lady Redundant Woman (voice) in 2007
  •   Phineas and Ferb as Professor Poofenplotz/Additional voice 2009-2013 
  • Hannibal as Katherine Pims in 2014 
  • The Blacklist as Tracy Solobotkin in 2015 
  • Rachet as Luiose in 2020 
  • Startreck as Captain Vadic in 2023.

Some of Amanda’s Film Appearances:

  • Cattle Annie and Little Britches as Anna Cattle Annie McDoulet in 1981 
  • The Word According to Garp as Ellen James in 1982
  •   Daniel as Susan Isaacson in 1983 
  • The Hotel New Hampshire as Miss Dawn Miscarriage in 1984
  •   The DollMaker as Mamie Childers in 1984 
  • Static as Julia Purcell in 1985
  •   Courtship as Laura Vaughn in 1987
  •   Made in Heaven as Wiley Foxx in 1987 
  • Gryphon as Ms Annette Ferensci in 1988
  •   Prisoners of Inertia as Sam in 1989 
  • Joe Vs the Volcano as Dagmar in 1990
  •   Sands of Time as Sister Graziella in 1991
  •   Miss Rose White as Lusia Burke in 1992 
  • The Lounge People as Sabrina in 1992 
  • So I Married an Axe Murderer as Rose Michaels  in 1992
  • Last Night as Lilian Burke in 1992 
  •   Whose Child is This as Cara Clausen in 1993
  •   Pulp Fiction Honeybunny/Hollanda in 1994 
  • Pax as Franny in 1994 
  • Butterfly Kiss as Eunice in 1994
  •   Nostradamus as Catherine de’ Medici in 1994
  •   The Final Cut as Rothstein in 1995 
  • The Prophecy as Rachel in 1995 
  • Drunks as Shelley in 1995 
  • Don’t Look Back as Bridget in 1996 
  • Hercules as Clotho in 1997 
  • You can thank me later as Susan Cooperbeg in 1998 
  • The Apartment Complex as Chenille in 1999 
  • The Million Dollar Hotel as Vivien in 2000 
  • Tigermen as Penny Archer in 2002 
  • My Life Without Me as Laurie in 2003
  •   Satan’s Little Helper as Merril Whooly  in 2004
  •   Red as Ms Diane Duost  in 2008 
  • First Time Long Time as Maggie in 2009 
  • Girlfriend as Celestie in 2010   
  • Vampire as Helga in 2011 
  • Sophomore as Miss June Hultz in 2012 
  • The Hunger Games; Catching Fire as Wiress in 2013 
  • Strangely in Love as Sister Sarah in 2014 
  • Reversion as Elizabeth in 2015 
  • HoneyGlue as Alice in 2016 
  • Freaks of Nature as Mom (voice) in 2018
  •   Spiral Farm as Dianic in 2019 
  • Night Raiders as Roberta in 2019 
  • Showing Up as Dorothy in 2022

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