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Scott Plank

Scottplank

Miami Vice Character
Metro-Dade SID Officer Glenn McIntyre ("Red Tape")
Born
November 11, 1958, Washington, D.C.
Died
October 24, 2002, Los Angeles, California (Age 43, car accident)
Active
1984-2003


Scott Chapman Plank (November 11, 1958 - October 24, 2002) was an American actor who made his TV debut as Metro-Dade SID Officer Glenn McIntyre in the episode "Red Tape" of the series Miami Vice.

CareerEdit

Plank began his acting career on Broadway, appearing in the original cast of Dreamgirls in the early 1980s before moving into films, beginning with The Princess and the Call Girl (with Jon Polito, then the film version of A Chorus Line (Plank also appeared in the play as well as the film, with Yamil Borges and Nicole Fosse), Wired (with Michael Chiklis, Ray Sharkey, J.C. Quinn, Patti D'Arbanville, Lucinda Jenney, and Tom Bower), Mr. Baseball, Moonbase, and his final movie role, Holes.

After Vice, Plank's TV roles included Crime Story (with Dennis Farina, Bill Smitrovich, and John Santucci), Murder, She Wrote (episode with Jerry Hardin), Walker, Texas Ranger (episode with Ely Pouget), twelve episodes of Melrose Place, 26 episodes of Air America, NYPD Blue (with Garcelle Beauvais and Esai Morales), and his final role in six episodes of The Division (with Giancarlo Esposito).

He also appeared in the TV film L.A. Takedown, written and directed by Michael Mann, which is best known as the small-scale version of Mann's fully-realized film Heat.

DeathEdit

Plank died from injuries sustained in an auto accident in Los Angeles, California, on October 24, 2002, at the age of 43.