Charlie Plummer

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Charlie Faulkner Plummer (born May 24, 1999) is an American actor. Plummer began his career as a child actor in short films before appearing on the television dramas Boardwalk Empire and Granite Flats. He made his feature film debut in David Chase's drama Not Fade Away (2012) before landing the lead role in Felix Thompson's directorial debut King Jack (2015).

In 2017, he gained wider recognition for his supporting role in Ridley Scott's crime thriller All the Money in the World (2017), and his lead role in Andrew Haigh's drama Lean on Pete (2017). His performance in the latter garnered critical praise and earned him the Marcello Mastroianni Award for best emerging actor at the 74th Venice Film Festival.

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MOVIE CREDITS:
2018: Charley Thompson - Lean on Pete
2015: Jack - King Jack
2019: Dylan - Share
2018: Tyler - The Clovehitch Killer
2018: Marcus Lang - Dark Was the Night
2019: Nicky - Gully
Snow Ponies
Dylan - Spontaneous
Please Baby Please
Moonfall
2017: John Paul Getty III - All the Money in the World
Words on Bathroom Walls
2017: Michael Lohman - The Dinner
2012: Young Jordan - We Are the Hartmans
2012: Grace's Little Brother - Not Fade Away

TV CREDITS:
2013: Timmy Sanders - Granite Flats
2019: Miles Halter - Looking for Alaska