Jesse Plemons

With an easygoing Texan charm and a substantial list of acting credits, Jesse Plemons first gained notice as Landry Clarke, the lovable best friend and back-up quarterback to Matt Saracen (Zach Gilford) on the critically acclaimed series "Friday Night Lights" (NBC 2006-2011). His success on "Friday Night Lights" led to bigger projects in both film and on television, including the Seth Rogen dark comedy "Observe and Report" (2009), the universally acclaimed cable dramas "Breaking Bad" (AMC, 2008-13) and "Fargo" (FX 2014- ), Paul Thomas Anderson's heralded "The Master" (2012), Steven Spielberg's Cold War drama "Bridge of Spies" (2015) and Doug Liman's action caper "American Made" (2017). Possessing a relatable, down-home charm, backed up by spot-on acting instincts, Plemons carved out a niche as a varied and memorable character actor.