An American Canadian actress Amanda Plummer is widely known for her work on stage and for portraying her roles in the movies such as Joe Versus The Volcano, Pulp Fiction, The Fisher King, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. In addition to that, she has also won a Tony Award for her performance in Agnes of God on 1982. Amanda is the native of New York City, New York, United States of America. She has been active in this field since 1979 and from that time onward, she has garnered a huge numbers of fans following and succeeds a lot.

Amanda came into this world on 23rd March of the year 1957 which has now made her reach at the age of 58. Although she is known by the name Amanda Plummer, as a child, she was named as Amanda Michael Plummer. She is the daughter of Christopher Plummer and wife Tammy Grimes. She was born as the only child to her parents. Both of her parents are actors. She stands at height of 5 feet and 4 inches.

Plummer had received a critical acclaim for her movie work which includes the movies such as The World According to Garp, Cattle Annie and Little Britchers, and The Hotel New Hampshire. In addition to that, her other note includes The Fisher King from which she had received a BAFTA film nomination, a Chicago Film critics Association Award and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award. Her other films include the Pulp Fiction for which she had received an American Comedy Award nomination, Butterfly Kiss, Girlfriend, Vampire, My Life Without Me, and Ken Park.

It was in 1981 when Amanda made her Broadway debut in revival of A Taste of Honey as Jo. It ran for almost one year with Valerie French playing as Helen, who is the mother of Jo. She also received a Tony award nomination, a Drama Desk, A Theatre World and Outer Critics Circle Awards for portraying that role. Additionally, Amanda also won a Tony Award for the Featured Actress and Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and the Boston Critics Circle awards for portraying as Agnes in Agnes of God along with Geraldine Page and Elizabeth Ashley. In 1983, she also played as Laura Wingfield in Broadway revival of the Glass Menagerie.

Her other Broadway performances include in You Never Cal Tell as Dolly Clandon, in Pygmalion as Eliza Doolittle for which she received third Tony Award nomination for the Best Performance by Leading Actress in a Play. He Off-Broadway plays include A Lie of the Mind, Killer Joe. She had also performed in multiple of the Tennessee William’s plays which also include Teh Milk Train Dopesn’t Stop Here Anymore, The Gnadiges Fraulein, Summer and Smoke and The World Premiere of the One Exception.

Prior to that, as Amanda has maintained her personal life secret, there is no more news found about her bio. It is also not known anything about whether she had already got married or has husband. As she has been working hard, she has been able to collect the estimated net worth of $2 million. Besides that, to get more info related to her bio and TV shows, she can get connected through Instagram and twitter. 



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