Spread the love

Whether she’s playing a leading role in a film or a stage production, Amanda Michael Plummer has proved herself a talented actress. She’s known for her roles in such films as Pulp Fiction, The Fisher King and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, among others.


Known for her stage roles, American actress Amanda Michael Plummer is also well-known for her appearances in films. Her work includes Joe Versus the Volcano, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and The Fisher King.

Her performance in Agnes of God earned her a Tony Award in 1982. She later starred in The New Adventures of Madeline. Among her other film roles are The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Pulp Fiction, The Fisher King, and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

In the 1950s, Plummer had several runs on Broadway. She also appeared on drama showcase programs and episodic series. She is the fifth of eight children. She lives in New York City. She studied psychology at King’s College and worked with children in crisis. She also narrated over 450 audiobooks.

She married Patricia Lewis in 1962. Five years later, they divorced. She suffered multiple facial fractures and a blood clot in her brain. She underwent several surgeries. After recovering, she began to see acting as a form of therapy.

After years of performing in live theatre, she moved to the U.S. and racked up stellar performances. She was nominated for seven Emmy Awards.

Christopher Plummer died on January 8, 2021. He was one of the few actors to have won the Triple Crown of Acting. He also won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor. He was also nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

He had a troubled love life. He had several flings with other actresses. He often went to drinking parties with his showbiz buddies. But he never strayed far from his stage career. He is a fan of Leonard Maltin and he has a fondness for classical literature.

Relationship with Jason Robards

Despite the fact that Amanda Plummer and her husband Jason Robards have been tabbing the limelight for years now, the relationship between the two of them is still very much a smoky affair. In fact, it has prompted an ad campaign to get them on the same page as each other. The marketing ploy was to have each of them in their finest hour attire. That is a feat in itself.

One might be surprised to learn that Christopher Lloyd, the actor whose heyday encompassed most of the 1970s, was not the most sprightly of the pair. It was a bit of a surprise that the twosome actually got along in the end. The only caveat to this was that their marriage lasted less than five years. They were the envy of their co-stars, notably, their respective wives, who were also teeing off on the dating scene. This might have been the genesis of the ad campaign.

Nevertheless, there are no hard feelings here. Neither of them have been toting around a single digit sum in a matter of weeks. The good news is that both of them are about to get a goodnight kiss in the near future. This is one of the few good times in recent memory and I can’t imagine how a lot of them will survive the night.


Besides being a successful actress, Amanda Plummer is also an accomplished writer. She has written many novels and short stories. Her writing has been compiled into a penthouse forum letter.

Christopher Plummer was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He was a very talented actor who gained fame on TV and the stage. His career spanned 60 years. He has starred in a wide variety of films and has won numerous awards. He is one of only a few actors to have won the Triple Crown of acting.

The actor’s career took off in 1965 with The Sound of Music. It earned five Oscars and broke the box office record of Gone with the Wind. He is also nominated for an Emmy award and a Tony award. He has been married three times. His daughter is Amanda. He is a member of the Canadian Order of Merit.

He has appeared in many films, including Citizen Kane and Waterloo. He has collaborated with filmmakers such as David Fincher and Spike Lee. He has forged a lifelong friendship with Julie Andrews. He has also voiced a character in the animated hit, “Up” in 2009.

He has starred in several TV shows, including The Insider, Departure, and Counterstrike. He has won two Emmy awards and seven nominations. He has been awarded the highest civic honor in Canada. He was appointed a Companion of the Order of Canada.

He has also been nominated for the Best Supporting Actor award at the Oscars. He is also a member of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. He has received awards at the regional level.

He was married to dancer/actress Elaine Regina Taylor in 1970. She divorced him a few years later. His third wife was Elaine.

Television roles

During his seven decades in the film and stage industry, actor Christopher Plummer has acted in a variety of films and stage plays. He has received 34 awards for his work. He has won an Academy Award, an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe. He has also been nominated for a Genie Award. In addition to acting, Christopher Plummer has also written a memoir.

In his memoir, Plummer reveals the story of his childhood. He describes himself as a spoiled brat. He was coddled by his mother, who only had money to support him. In his early twenties, he dated William Shatner and Diana Barrymore. He was a drinking buddy of Peter Finch.

He married Barbara Lewis in 1962. The couple divorced five years later. He began to drink heavily. He believed that his former colleagues would turn on him.

He was an actor who began his career on stage. He was coached by Gypsy Rose Lee, Eva Le Gallienne and Katharine Cornell. He played more than 1,000 parts, including Cyrano, Medea, Julius Caesar, Othello, Macbeth, Inherit the Wind, King Lear and The Fall of the Roman Empire. He also appeared in Atom Egoyan’s “Ararat” in 2002.

He received his first Tony nomination in 1958. He has also received two Tony awards, one for his role in “Beginners” and one for “Barrymore.” He has been nominated for the Best Actor in a Play twice. His role as Othello earned him a second nomination.

He has also appeared in the animated hit “Up” in 2009. He starred in the Hulu adaptation of the Looking for Alaska movie. He portrayed Miles Halter in the film. He also won an Emmy Award for his performance in the movie.


Whether you’re a fan of Christopher Plummer’s work or not, you’ll probably appreciate his autobiography. His anecdotes are full of wit and insight, and his tributes to fellow artists are a fine example of theatre writing. But, as his life goes on, the book becomes less interesting.

In the early 1980s, Plummer was a promising young actor. He was working as a child performer in Stratford, Ontario, when he was invited to join the new Royal Shakespeare Company, under Peter Hall. It was in this new company that he met Katharine Cornell, a legendary actress-manager. The two married in 1962. But five years later, their marriage ended in divorce.

Plummer’s anecdotes are also full of insights into other actors. For instance, his memoir describes a scene in which a Black hotel employee is falsely accused of rape. He explains that he was drunk at a rehearsal and acted out the whole role at the table. But he doesn’t tell readers how long he stayed drunk. He also reveals that he was having an erection while a pretty nurse held his hand during a kidney stone operation.

Plummer also mentions his love of dogs. He’s a big reader and his stories involve the people behind the scenes. He also has a great respect for acting craft. But, at times, his prose style is perversely mannered. It’s as if he had borrowed his writing style from a Penthouse Forum letter.

A little-known fact is that Plummer was raised by a giant shaggy Airedale. His grandfather was the Field Marshal Lord Byng of Vimy. His mother, Elaine, is a cardiologist. She is well-read and athletic. But, she has little money.

Click to rate this post!
[Total: 0 Average: 0]

Spread the love

By admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *