|Born||Jack Stuart Plotnick
October 30, 1968
Worthington, Ohio, U.S.
Plotnick is best known for his recurring roles on Ellen and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, his role as part of the main cast of Drawn Together, his leading performance in the film Wrong and his drag persona, "Evie Harris" in Girls Will Be Girls. He had a recurring role on The Mentalist as Red John suspect Brett Partridge.
Along with co-stars Miss Coco Peru and Varla Jean Merman, Plotnick shared the Best Actor Grand Jury Award at Outfest 2003 and "Best Actress" honors at the 2003 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival for his role in Girls Will Be Girls.
Notable or recurring television roles
- Supernatural - It's a Terrible life
- Criminal Minds — Tanner Johnson
- The Mentalist — Brett Partridge
- Drawn Together — Xandir P. Whifflebottom
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer — Deputy Mayor Allan Finch
- Action — Stuart Glazer
- Rude Awakening — Clark
- Reno 911! — Steve Marmella, Deputy Patrick Bates
- The Jenny McCarthy Show — (himself)
- Seinfeld — "The Checks" (Sunshine Carpets crew leader)
- Joan of Arcadia — Sammy #2
- Lovespring International — Steve Morris
- The Weird Al Show — Uncle Ralphie
- Shark — Bradley Roberts
- Nip/Tuck — Dr. George
- Wizards of Waverly Place — Pocket Elf
- True Jackson, VP — Matsor LaRue
- House, MD — Hal Connor
Select film roles
- Gods and Monsters — Edmund Kay
- Sleeping Dogs Lie — Dougie
- Meet the Fockers — Rent a Car Agent
- Straight-Jacket — Freddie Stevens
- Adam & Steve — Mime
- Girls Will Be Girls — Evie
- Chairman of the Board — Zak
- Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure — Neil Roberts
- Rubber — Accountant
- Wrong — Dolph Springer
Plotnick performed in the July 2012 edition of Don't Tell My Mother! (Live Storytelling), a monthly showcase in which actors, authors, screenwriters and comedians share true stories they would never want their mothers to know.
- Mancini, Vince (January 18, 2013), Daily Weirdness: Quentin Dupieux’s ‘Wrong’ and ‘Wrong Cops’, with Marilyn Manson
- Mackie, Drew (August 28, 2006), Jack Plotnick Is More Than "That Guy From Ellen", retrieved 2008-02-27
- "Telling Secrets for Laughs at Band Comedy Theatre". Retrieved 24 July 2012.
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