C.B. Spencer Biography
Although she was born in the heart of Hollywood, CB Spencer hadn't considered pursuing acting professionally until it began to pursue her. While working in downtown Los Angeles at a landmark hotel, the leggy blond was discovered walking across the lobby's marble floor, and immediately was cast in a Placido Domingo music video. That afternoon marked the beginning of Spencer's professional career, and shortly thereafter, she landed bit parts in Trey Parker and Matt Stone's screwball comedy Baseketball and UPN's The Love Boat: The Next Wave. She hasn't stopped working since.
She began serious studies with renowned acting coach Howard Fine, and through the guidance of her teacher, Spencer's talent emerged as one to watch. She has appeared in the Emmy award winning Ally McBeal, as well as NBC's daytime drama Passions and the Disney hit Even Stevens. Big screen credits include the festival award winning romantic comedy Sticky Fingers and the action-drama Johnny Caution in which she frightens audiences as the Nazi-born villain in Ed Fowler's first publicly released film.
After graduating from UCLA, her outstanding abilities earned Spencer a seat in the prestigious Shakespeare program at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. There she met Nona Shepphard, who would later direct her in Acting Shakespeare New York's production of Hamlet. An avid theatre supporter, Spencer recently joined the reputable Los Angeles based West Coast Ensemble, and continues to captivate audiences, both on stage and screen, by displaying her amazing range and passion for the craft.
Spencer currently resides in Los Angeles with her loyal friend, Asha, an adorable 7 pound dog she rescued from the pound.
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