Charlie Plummer

Charlie Plummer

Highest Rated: 97% Spontaneous (2020)

Lowest Rated: 26% Gully (2019)

Birthday: May 24, 1999

Birthplace: Poughkeepsie, New York, USA

Charlie Plummer was born on May 24, 1999 in Poughkeepsie, NY, Plummer was the son of actress Maia Guest and writer/producer John Christian Plummer. Due to his parents' line of work, the family moved around a lot when Plummer was a child, going back and forth between Los Angeles, upstate New York, and New York City. Despite being a shy child, Plummer began acting at a young age, appearing in local stage productions, and soon gained a love for the craft. He had a manager my the age of ten, and began attending Manhattan's Professional Children's School to accommodate his filming schedule. Plummer started out appearing in short films, including "Frank" (2010), "Three Things" (2011), and "Alan Smithee" (2012), before landing his first TV gig, appearing as the son of Shea Wingham's Eli Thompson on the acclaimed series "Boardwalk Empire" (HBO, 2010-14) for its second, third, and fourth seasons. His feature film debut came shortly thereafter, with a supporting role in David Chase's coming of age drama "Not Fade Away" (2012). Plummer then landed another series regular gig, starring on the drama series "Granite Falls" (Netflix, 2013-15). His first leading role in a film came when he played Jack in Felix Thompson's directorial debut, "King Jack" (2015). The film proved to be a hit on the festival circuit, and the buzz around Plummer was growing to the extent that he was nearly cast as Spider-Man in the Marvel reboot "Spider-Man: Homecoming" (2017), though he ultimately lost out to Tom Holland. However, 2017 still proved to be a banner year for Plummer, web-slinging or not, thanks to his appearances in two high profile family dramas: Oren Moverman's thriller "The Dinner" (2017) and Ridley Scott's "All the Money in the World" (2017), based on the real life drama behind the kidnapping of heir John Paul Getty III, who was played by Plummer. The film became the center of some real life drama of its own when the role of J. Paul Getty, which had been played by Kevin Spacey, was recast and reshot in less than a month with Christopher Plummer (no relation) following accusations of sexual harassment against Spacey. Plummer followed this up with his most acclaimed role yet, playing a troubled teenager who forms a life-changing bond with a racehorse in Andrew Haigh's drama "Lean on Pete" (2018). The film received rapturous reviews, with many critics singling out Plummer for praise, culminating with him taking home the Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best Emerging Actor at the Venice Film Festival.

Highest rated movies

Spontaneous King Jack Lean on Pete Words on Bathroom Walls
The Clovehitch Killer All the Money in the World The Dinner




36% 70% Moonfall Sonny Harper (Character) $19.0M 2022
97% 66% Spontaneous Dylan (Character) - 2020
89% 94% Words on Bathroom Walls Adam (Character) $2.5M 2020
26% 80% Gully Nicky (Character) - 2019
86% 35% Share Dylan (Character) - 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Behold My Heart Marcus Lang (Character) - 2018
79% 68% The Clovehitch Killer Tyler (Character) $8.2K 2018
No Score Yet 33% Dark Was the Night Unknown (Character) - 2018
90% 74% Lean on Pete Charley (Character) $1.2M 2017
79% 66% All the Money in the World John Paul Getty III (Character) $24.8M 2017
46% 16% The Dinner Michael Lohman (Character) $1.3M 2017
94% 71% King Jack Jack (Character) - 2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet Three Things Glenn Pilmont (Character) - 2011


91% 92% Looking for Alaska Miles "Pudge" Halter (Character) 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Last Call With Carson Daly Guest 2018
92% 76% Person of Interest Kid (Guest Star) 2012