Born in 1988 in Dallas, Texas, Jesse Plemons received an early start as an actor, making his debut at age three in a Coca Cola commercial. His Texas charm helped him land the role and would shape the early part of his career all the way to his breakout role in Friday Night Lights (2006-11). Cast as Landry Clarke, Plemons was a fan favorite of the Emmy Award winning show that followed the Dillon Panthers, a fictional Texas high school football team.
Following the conclusion of Friday Night Lights, Plemons appeared in a number of films, including a role in the epic action film Battleship (2012) that was written specifically for him.
Additionally, he was cast in the final season of the acclaimed show Breaking Bad (2008-2013). There, Plemons played Todd Alquist and was recognised by IGN as 2013’s best TV villain.
Plemons appeared opposite Phillip Seymour Hoffman in Paul Thomas Anderson’s critically lauded drama, The Master (2012). More recently, he had a supporting role in Tommy Lee Jones’ The Homesman (2014) as well as the HBO mini-series Olive Kitteridge (2014) and Black Mass (2015), opposite Jonny Depp. He recently finished filming both Bridge of Spies (2015), Steven Spielberg’s cold war drama, and the second season of the Golden Globe award-winning show Fargo.
Plemons resides in Austin, Texas and performs in the band Cowboy and Indian.Visit Jesse's IMDb page