Spencer Locke – Spencer Locke Biography

American actress Spencer locke was born on September 20, 1991 in Winter Park, Florida. At just six years old, when asked in school to draw what he looked like when he grew up, Spencer she drew herself on a stage with a star above her head. Two years later, she was already enrolled in acting classes and was beginning to appear in television commercials in the Orlando area. Seconded by the family, the little girl decidedly aimed high.

At the age of eleven, he left for Los Angeles, following the path of his dreams. The transfer paid off and as early as 2004, she appeared in an episode of the television series “Without a trace” and soon after landed the role of Bitsy in four episodes of the first season of the youth series “Ned – Survival School”, broadcast on Nickelodeon.
That same year he got his first role in a feature film, debuting in James L. Brooks’s “Spanglish”, a romantic comedy with Adam Sandler and Paz Vega. In 2005, Spencer played Candida Keegel in “Phil of the Future”, the television series produced by Disney, centered in a family of the year 2121 that, due to a failure in the time machine, remains blocked in our time.

In 2006, he worked on an episode of “Raven”, a Disney series, which follows the adventures of a teenager with psychic powers.

The young actress, already launched in the field of television series for children and adolescents, caught the attention of producers Robert Zemeckis and Steven Spielberg, who assigned her her first important role, that of the voice of Jenny, one of the main characters in Gil Kenan’s animated film “Monster House” (2006), shot entirely with the performance capture technique.
In 2007 he signed another important agreement by accepting the K-Mart – one of the survivors of the Raccoon City catastrophe – in “Resident evil: extinction”, with Milla Jovovich, the third film in the series inspired by the popular video game. Spencer He reprized this role in the fourth installment of the series, “Resident Evil 4: Afterlife” (2010) by Paul WS Anderson.
Meanwhile, he continued to expand his television resume, appearing in various television series such as “Cold Case”, “Big Time Rush”, “Cougar Town” and “Twentysixmiles”.
In 2010 he played Amber Bradley, in an episode of the hit series “The Vampires Diaries”, the story of a teenage girl who discovers that her boyfriend is a vampire. A year later she played Ione, one of the teenage leads in “Detention,” a story, halfway between horror and comedy, about a high school attacked by a serial killer.

Among his latest works Spencer was, in 2013, Bridgett harriman, one of the protagonists of the independent film “Anatomy of the Tide” by Joel Strunk, the story of three young islanders who, in their last summer as teenagers, turn their hopes and dreams beyond the ocean that has held them since childhood. In the same year he lent his voice to the character of Jane porter in the animated film “Tarzan 3D”, opposite Kellan Lutz.