Amanda Plummer

Amanda Plummer: Unstable Landlady Creepy She projects an intensity only achieved by those who live their whole lives alienated from humanity and seething about it. Like a female Gollum, she chews over words and spits them out slowly in a way that makes you pray she gets her way. No matter what else she does with her career, she'll always have the distinction of appearing in "Pulp Fiction" before the credits ever rolled. Seminal creepy character: Rose Michaels in "So I Married an Axe Murderer" (1993)
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