Amanda Plummer is an American actress. She’s been acting since the 1980s, debuting in the 1981 film Cattle Annie and Little Britches. She next appeared in the movies The World According to Garp, Daniel, and Made in Heaven, among others. On TV, she played Alice Hackett in L.A. Law, for which she got a Primetime Emmy nomination. During the 1990s, Plummer landed supporting roles in several movies. They include roles in The Fisher King, Pulp Fiction, The Final Cut, and The Prophecy. In the 2010s, she had performances in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Reversion, The Dancer, and Honeyglue. She also received Primetime Emmy nominations for her guest roles in The Outer Limits and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.