Glenn Plummer, born August 18, 1961 in Richmond, California, USA, is an actor. He guest stars as Timmy Rawlins in the first season and the thirteenth season. He debuted in the first season premiere "24 Hours." He left the cast after the first season and reprised his role 12 years later for the thirteenth season. He made his final appearance in the episode "I Don't". He appeared in 15 episodes over the course of the series. He has been active since 1987. He has also appeared in numerous films and television series, primarily in supporting roles. He played drug dealer Clarence 'High Top' Brown in the 1988 Los Angeles set police drama film Colors. Also in 1988 he worked with several ER producers when he guest starred in the medical drama China Beach. In 1992 he starred as reformed drug dealer Bobby Johnson in the Los Angeles set crime film South Central. In 1993 he had a supporting role in the crime drama Menace II Society. In 1994 he reprised his role as Bobby Johnson in the television version of South Central.
He has appeared in the films Speed, Bones, Showgirls, The Day After Tomorrow, The Salton Sea and Saw II. He was offered the role of Jesse in Riding the Bus with My Sister. In 2000 he played recovering drug addict George 'Blue' Epps in the Emmy Award winning HBO miniseries The Corner. In 2008 he began a recurring role on the FX crime drama Sons of Anarchy as Sheriff Vic Trammel. In 2012 he reunited with ER showrunner John Wells to guest star in his new crime drama SouthLAnd.