Jesse Plemons is a renowned American actor, best known for his roles in acclaimed television series such as “Friday Night Lights” and “Breaking Bad”, and films such as “The Master” and “The Irishman”. Born on April 2, 1988, in Dallas, Texas, Plemons has established a formidable presence in Hollywood with his diverse performances in drama and comedy genres.
|Jesse Lon Plemons
|Date of Birth
|April 2, 1988
|Dallas, Texas, United States
|1.78 m (5 feet 10 inches)
|Graduated from the Texas Tech University Independent School District
|Lisa Beth (Mother), Jim Bob Plemons (Father)
|Jill Plemons (Sister)
|Estimated to be around $8 Million
Early Life and Education
Jesse Plemons was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. He developed a passion for acting at a young age and began his education at the Texas Tech University Independent School District, a distance learning program for both high school and elementary school students. He eventually graduated from this program.
Plemons began his acting career as a child, but he garnered significant attention for his role as Landry Clarke in the television series “Friday Night Lights”. He later portrayed Todd Alquist in the final seasons of “Breaking Bad”, which earned him widespread acclaim.
In film, Plemons has showcased his talent in a variety of roles, including a Scientology devotee in “The Master” and a mobster in Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman”. More recently, he received critical praise for his role in the Netflix film “I’m Thinking of Ending Things”.
Plemons is engaged to actress Kirsten Dunst. They met while filming the second season of the television series “Fargo” and have a son together.
Throughout his career, Plemons has had the opportunity to work with a number of esteemed actors and directors. These include Paul Thomas Anderson in “The Master”, Martin Scorsese in “The Irishman”, and Bryan Cranston in “Breaking Bad”.